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Relatives who have died

Discussion in 'Key features of the LostCousins site' started by John Dancy, May 2, 2019.

  1. John Dancy

    John Dancy New Member

    My 1911 relative has carefully added the details for the two of her children who had died, giving their full names and the length of their lives. Do I enter these ? and if I do, how ?
  2. peter

    peter Administrator Staff Member

    A few people made that mistake in 1911. Realistically it's unlikely to matter whether you enter them or not since anyone related to the dead children will also be related to the other members of the family - so I'd suggest leaving them out.
  3. At home in NZ

    At home in NZ LostCousins Star

    I had a brother who died when he was a year old, he is in my family tree because he is part of the family history and isn't that what family trees are all about?
    • Agree Agree x 1
  4. Tim

    Tim Moderator Staff Member

    I think Peter was suggesting that you don't need to enter them on the Lost Cousins site.
    • Agree Agree x 2
  5. At home in NZ

    At home in NZ LostCousins Star

    Oh dear and I'm not even blonde...........

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