Using ThruLines, Ancestry suggests seven possible ancestors whom I do not have on my tree. Six of them are either stepparents or unproved ancestors. I don’t mind seeing those.
The last one is just wrong. I have a father and son who are my ancestors on my tree. I do not know anything about the son’s mother. The same two very common given names and common surname exist on someone else’s tree belonging to people in an entirely different place, but that son has a mother entered. So Ancestry has suggested that I add her to my tree. Besides for living over 1000 km from my ancestral family, she would have been over 60 years old when the son was born.
I would like to remove her from my suggested ancestor list. Does anyone know how to do that? I can see how to add a suggested ancestor, but I don’t see how to remove the suggestion.
Ralph B. Baer Washington, DC RalphNBaer@...
Ralph N. Baer RalphNBaer@... Washington, DC