Are the Leaves Jokes?
Sometimes I think Ancestry.com wonders why some of us joke and complain about the "leaves" and suggestions. And sometimes I think they think we're just "sticks in the mud" about it. We are dinosaurs who just do not really "get" genealogy research. And other times I think they just ignore us entirely.
There are reasons we complain about the "leaves." There are reasons that the "leaves" are the butt of jokes.
The screenshot above is why--clear and simple.
Born about 1883 with Children Born in 1839?
My "tree" indicates that my Clark Sargent died about 1848. My tree does not have a date of birth for Clark (although I do have it), but it does have dates of birth for two of his children:
- Emmar-1839--no approximate date
- Ira-1843--no approximate date