Fraudulent Genealogies

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Genealogy is effected by forgeries, fakes, and frauds. Gustav Anjou is perhaps the most famous author of fraudulent genealogies. Numerous fraudulent genealogies are known to exist and can be found in any major genealogical library, online or off. For more information, consult these sources:  
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Genealogy is effected by forgeries, fakes, and frauds. Gustav Anjou is perhaps the most famous author of fraudulent genealogies. Numerous fraudulent genealogies are known to exist and can be found in any major genealogical library, online or off. For more information, consult these sources:<br>  
 
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*Kathi Reid, "[http://www.genhelp.org/?p=4 Caveat Emptor! Family Tree Forgeries]," ''Genealogy Help, ''genealogy blog (www.genhelp.org&nbsp;: accessed 22 October 2009); documents the discovery of a Gustav Anjou genealogy in her own family.  
 
*Kathi Reid, "[http://www.genhelp.org/?p=4 Caveat Emptor! Family Tree Forgeries]," ''Genealogy Help, ''genealogy blog (www.genhelp.org&nbsp;: accessed 22 October 2009); documents the discovery of a Gustav Anjou genealogy in her own family.  
 
*Myra Vanderpool Gormley, CG, "[http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~jcat2/myraarticle.html Grafting Family Trees]," ''Pierce Mothershead Family Ties, ''Jo Ann Miller (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jcat2&nbsp;: accessed 22 October 2009); citing ''RootsWeb Review: RootsWeb's Genealogy News'' 3, no. 17 (26 April 2000); archived online (www.rootsweb.com).<br>  
 
*Myra Vanderpool Gormley, CG, "[http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~jcat2/myraarticle.html Grafting Family Trees]," ''Pierce Mothershead Family Ties, ''Jo Ann Miller (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jcat2&nbsp;: accessed 22 October 2009); citing ''RootsWeb Review: RootsWeb's Genealogy News'' 3, no. 17 (26 April 2000); archived online (www.rootsweb.com).<br>  
 
*Harold Oliver, [ed.,] "[http://personal.linkline.com/xymox/fraud/fraud223.htm Fraudulent Lineages]," ''America's First Families'' (http://personal.linkline.com/xymox&nbsp;: 5 October 1998, accessed 22 October 2009); citing Robert Charles Anderson, CG, FASG, "We Wuz Robbed!" ''Genealogical Journal ''of the Utah Genealogical Association 19, nos. 1-2 (1991); lists known fraudulent genealogies among the holdings of the [[Family History Library]] by call number or film number.<br>  
 
*Harold Oliver, [ed.,] "[http://personal.linkline.com/xymox/fraud/fraud223.htm Fraudulent Lineages]," ''America's First Families'' (http://personal.linkline.com/xymox&nbsp;: 5 October 1998, accessed 22 October 2009); citing Robert Charles Anderson, CG, FASG, "We Wuz Robbed!" ''Genealogical Journal ''of the Utah Genealogical Association 19, nos. 1-2 (1991); lists known fraudulent genealogies among the holdings of the [[Family History Library]] by call number or film number.<br>  
*http://personal.linkline.com/xymox/fraud/fraud.htm<br>
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Genealogy is effected by forgeries, fakes, and frauds. Gustav Anjou is perhaps the most famous author of fraudulent genealogies. Numerous fraudulent genealogies are known to exist and can be found in any major genealogical library, online or off. For more information, consult these sources: