Recently Added and Updated Collections on Ancestry.com

From the Ancestry.com list of recent additions at https://www.ancestry.com/cs/recent-collections:

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7/29/2019

One Comment

On your search for an ancestor, you need to show more than you do. You need to show how the ancestor is connect to the “beginning” of the tree. One solution is a box (without names, just positions) to show where in the tree the searched-for ancestor is located. A sample of the box (without names), and where the ancestor is in the tree is used in the tree set up not Pedigree ( I forget the title of this tree format).
In short your “search” is inadequate. It does not tie the ancestor to the beginning of the tree. When you have thousands of people in the tree the lack of connection to the beginning of the tree is frustrating.

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