Kerri (solan_t) wrote,
Kerri
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If someone were to say to you: "This woman is an ancestory of mine." would you assume that meant she was a great(sub n) grandmother, or is it possible for this woman to be the daughter/sister/aunt of your direct line ancestors? I guess I am asking, do the words 'direct line' even need to modify 'ancestor' or are they a given?
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