Getting good response to issue 34, which some of you are finding contains a timely reminder. It raises some issues that for some genealogists are very important. I used part of it in a speech one time and an attendee raised her hand to speak and told the group in no uncertain terms that her information would be preserved because she "indicated it clearly in her will and it was there in black and white." I politely said, "ma'am when you are dead and gone you are dead and gone and you have no control over your genealogy papers, regardless of what your will says." She didn't like it, but that's the way it is.
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