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- Site Navigation
- Who owns
- Can I copy the
information posted at the website?
How accurate is the information posted at the
Can I contribute information to the website?
Can you send me my family history?
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Carrollton-Farmers Branch TXGenWeb. We have no control over the
content or existence of the target. If you find
a broken link, please contact the site
coordinator so we can remove or repair it.
Edward Lynn Williams
coordinator for the Carrollton-Farmers Branch TXGenWeb site.
He maintains the website and all information located
Information posted at the site has been
donated by the dozens of volunteers and visitors who
just want to share and help others. In some cases,
they will retain copyright to that material.
copy the information posted at the website?
All information can be used for personal
research but may not be copied to other websites without
permission of the contributor and the site
coordinators. We impose this restriction as we are
continuously applying updates and additions as new
information is submitted by volunteers. We do, however,
allow other websites to create links to our website as
long as they do not charge for access to it.
We strive to provide the most accurate and
complete data as possible. Keep in mind that when using
information from this, or any other website, mistakes
can, and do, occur. It is always a good idea to check
original source documents whenever possible. We
appreciate all corrections and additions. Because the information posted comes from a number of
different sources, we cannot assume responsibility,
legally or otherwise, for its accuracy.
We encourage individuals to contribute information
to this WebSite. Not only will you be helping others to
discover their genealogical and historical roots but it
is also great way to locate relatives and others
researching like surnames. We are always looking for
old articles, obituaries, and other information of
historical or genealogical interest to post. We
recognize and credit the contributor of information
unless the request is to remain anonymous.
We wish genealogy was that easy. While we will do
all we can to assist you in your research, you will need
to do most of the work. Sometimes family histories are
submitted to this website for posting, so be sure to
check the People Index page.