Subject: Re: DAR|
From: Faye L. Dyess
Date: January 11, 2000
Linda please don't encourage the list to believe you "bad experience" is the
norm. I am DAR. They have never asked to check my DNA. Plus it is where I
met most of the wonderful friends I have now.
Date: Tuesday, January 11, 2000 7:52 PM
Subject: RE: DAR
Tom and Sharon,
>I can see where you are coming from and I know that wives are very
>but the man's wife is not on the document declaring allegiance to his state
>against the King of England and would not have been allowed to sign it even
>if she wanted to. Wives were not allowed to have any participation in the
>affairs of men. The direct bloodline is the direct bloodline any way you
>look at it and it seems that they are trying to block people from joining.
>was also told that I would have to attend a luncheon so that the other
>could "look me over". Does this have anything to do with a direct
>or are we looking for bluebloods.
>If that is the case, I would not be allowed to join as my ancestors were
>very poor sharecroppers, but they still served and sometimes died.
>It was just a strange situation for me and I felt very uncomfortable which
>should not have been the case. I have just chalked it up to a bad
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