Websites on the Internet provide the researcher with an almost limitless variety of possibilities of inquiry. Unfortunately, not all sites are as reliable and well-researched as one would like. Therefore, we respectfully offer this caveat - don't believe everything you read on the Internet! While the vast majority of genealogy sites are created with the best intentions in an effort to assist, aid and enlighten, they cannot and should not be viewed as primary sources of information about your ancestors. That goes for this site as well! Nothing can substitute for primary sources when you are trying to impart an acceptable level of genealogical value to your work. Thus, if and when you find information about your ancestors on the World Wide Web, always check the original sources, if they are referenced, or email the person that posted the information to obtain them.
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