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    I have to do something called a genogram for school; mapping out my family and the tension and terror in the family. I can also use code to say which relationships have been cut off, which ones are good, and which ones are under duress.

    But I will admit this: if the people I am related to died off tomorrow, my response would be "pity. Let's get some brunch."
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    • Gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!! Not sure if anyone will see this after the downgrade but I need help!

      I am trying to request someone take a pic from a cemetery in DeLand FLA. I have a deed with plot number etc from 1914. I got an acct for Find a Grave, I sign in and I cannot find how to request someone look for this plot for me. I have googled, gone to FAQ, tried the double screen thing so that I can follow the directions and had mr les look to see if maybe I was missing something. Has anyone ever used this feature and can lead me to the right link to request? I am sooooooooooooooooooo AGRAVATED. Been at this for a half an hour without success. It keeps bringing me back to the search page.

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      • NatGeo is killing public access to their DNA info for clients on 30 June.

        The Genographic Project was launched in 2005 as a research project in collaboration with scientists and universities around the world with a goal of revealing patterns of human migration. Since then, nearly one million people have participated in The Genographic Project through National Geographic’s “Geno” DNA Ancestry kits.

        We are writing to let Genographic Project registrants know that, after fifteen years of research, the public participation phase of this research project will end on June 30, 2020. After that time, National Geographic’s Geno website will be discontinued and “Geno” DNA Ancestry Kit results will no longer be available on the website or otherwise.

        We highly recommend that you log in to the Genographic Project website prior to June 30, 2020, and download a printable version of your results through the Print Your Results link available on your individual results homepage
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