Thursday, April 19, 2012

Ancestry.com's Not Always Wrong

It's important to note that even when something looks strange in an index at Ancestry.com (or some other online site) that the original record may be the problem--not the company who made the index.

In this blog post on my other blog, household numbers were repeated in a census and because Ancestry.com apparently pulls up the entries by household number---at least one family was merged. And of course it was one of mine.

You can view the entire blog post here.

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