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by Margo Bellew
16. After 30 days, unclaimed ancestors will be adopted. 17. Am I the only person up my tree-seems like it. 18. Any family tree produces some lemons, nuts & a few bad apples. 19. Ever find an ancestor HANGING from the family tree? 20. FLOOR: The place for storing your priceless genealogy records. 21. Gene-Allergy-It's a contagious disease, but I love it. 22. Genealogists are time unravelers.
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Humorous Saying – Author. A diplomat is one who thinks twice before saying nothing. A flatterer never seems absurd: the flatter’d always takes his word. Ben Franklin (1706-1790).
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