[List] Ancestry.com and One World Tree

Cooley cool.hg.r1a at gmail.com
Fri Sep 7 09:20:41 PDT 2007


Hi Mary,

I think it is because you're viewing your own info. Give Ancestry.com a
phone call to be sure. Or if you like, what is your tree called? I'm a
member of Ancestry.com also -- I'll take a look and see what they show for
you.

Regards,
Don


On 9/7/07, Mary Cooley <mlcooley at charter.net> wrote:
>
>  Yesterday I uploaded onto Ancestry.com <http://ancestry.com/> a GEDCOM of
> my family tree after reading their privacy policy.  I do belong to
> Ancestry.  Today I got a message that I had added two persons – one of them
> was my husband – with his full name!  (I did not!)  My tree includes every
> name in my file – my children, parents, myself, my husband, etc. – all
> living!  Does anyone know if this is just because I belong to Ancestry and
> can access my own information?  Is this information really available to
> everyone?  My siblings, their children, spouses, etc. are included in the
> information that I can access.  Birthdates are not included – but Ancestry's
> policy states that they protect private information.  I am incensed!!  Am I
> missing something??
>
>
>
> Mary
>
>
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