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A black ribbon hundreds years on?
Filip Kalfus
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Well this is just a detail. Say a feedback. My genealogical pages look like a funeral notices collection.  Personal cards in a  family tree and photos of all of my ancestors (ok, those dead only) are set out with a black ribbon. One hundred years for keeping a grief is enough , isn't it? Deeper into the past I go the black ribbon is lesser and lesser adequate to my sentiments.
Filip Kalfus
Praha
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RE: A black ribbon hundreds years on?
Nir Sharony
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Hi Filip,

Thank you for the feedback.

The black ribbon is an indication for a person who has died in the family tree.

We will take your feedback into consideration and might offer the user control on whether to display them or not

Regards,

Nir Sharony 

Nir Sharony
Ramat Gan
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