C_J wrote: »
I have a question for anyone who uses Ancestry, please!
This thread has inspired me to pick up the threads of my family tree research again, and whilst idly searching t'interweb last night I discovered that there is a public tree on Ancestry in Australia which lists several members of one branch of my maternal family. If I join Ancestry Worldwide (or since that seems v expensive, it's more likely that I'd wait until one of their free weekends comes up again!!) will I be able to make contact with the person who posted that tree, given that it is open to public access?
C_J wrote: »
Ha ha yes - I have put a diary alert on my computer to remind me to cancel three days before the trial is up. It's hundreds of $$ otherwise!.
I'm finding it a bit frustrating though, as it doesn't always find records even when I give the exact dates/names which I know are 100% correct. Even widening the search by making everything not 'exact' doesn't help. Some things it finds, others it misses. Does anyone else have trouble with Ancestry this way? These are 20th century records too, so there shouldn't be any crazy mis-spellings from myopic/deaf census recorders who can't spell for toffee.
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