Janet, You have a very short memory because as far as getting the facts straight is concerned,...I informed you over three years ago when I first learned of your website that I was unhappy with your posting the names of my children, husband and I. I even told you why at the time. You did not respect this and did not remove the information. Again, the common courtesy is to not list the names of living individuals but rather to list them as living or as private. All you had to do was show respect for other human beings by removing the information you do not have permission to publish. You did not seek any permision before publishing the names of any of the living relatives on your websight. You Have infringed upon the privacy of minor children. Mine and others.
To all researchers reading this: Genealogy is good and fun when technique is respected but not when it puts personal privacy of minors and living persons to risk such as the case with what Ms. Baldwin has done. She does not respect privacy nor does she respect genealogy technique and records assumptions as facts without first thoroughly getting the full documentation. I would caution all who read her work to consider this before taking it as historical.
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