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tracing deceased relatives
« on: Wednesday 11 January 23 15:36 GMT (UK) »
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Re: tracing dead relatives
« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 11 January 23 15:40 GMT (UK) »
I would thinks so as I've been doing that for many years.

What methods are you using to trace them?


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Re: tracing dead relatives
« Reply #2 on: Wednesday 11 January 23 15:51 GMT (UK) »
Hello ,Silly question really! is it perfectly legal to try and trace deceased relatives
just wondering/
If not, genealogy would be a crime

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« Reply #3 on: Wednesday 11 January 23 15:53 GMT (UK) »
and almost all Rootschat members would be criminals.   :)
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Re: tracing dead relatives
« Reply #4 on: Wednesday 11 January 23 15:57 GMT (UK) »
Oh gosh, 6 months hard labour  but we would be fed and watered 3 times a day, watch television kept warm  and do what we wanted in some respects,  some pour souls donít get treated like that and struggle to find  one meal a day.

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Re: tracing dead relatives
« Reply #5 on: Wednesday 11 January 23 16:16 GMT (UK) »
and almost all Rootschat members would be criminals.   :)
And those that aren't, came here thinking Rootschat was a gardening forum

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« Reply #6 on: Wednesday 11 January 23 16:20 GMT (UK) »
 :-[yes i thought it would be a stupid question ,Oh well bowl of gruel  for me in future! :-[ :-[

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« Reply #7 on: Wednesday 11 January 23 16:24 GMT (UK) »
gadget , nothing out of the ordinary!!

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« Reply #8 on: Wednesday 11 January 23 17:37 GMT (UK) »
When researching my husband's line, I did find that a distant cousin of his was a  murderer (crime passionnel) in the early 19th century.

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PS My in-laws hadn't known  ;D
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