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What does "Direct Ancestor" imply?
asked by Erik N. on 5/9/16
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I believe a direct ancestor is someone without whom you would not be here. All your other ancestors are indirect.
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direct-line ancestor is someone from whom you descend in a direct line, parent to child, grandparent, great-grandparent, etc.
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One that only has Fathers and Mothers involved - that is for example; your mother's father's father's mother. But doesnot include spouse or sibling links.
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