Every family tree in the WorldConnect Project shows who submitted the file. You will find this information near the top of the page in your browser, along with the number of records in the file and information on when the file was updated.
If you have downloaded a portion of a file, you may find the submitter has chosen to add a note to the pages with additional information.
When to contact the submitter
Can't reach the submitter?
Please allow for some lag in responses. They may be on vacation, ill, or away from their keyboard for some other reason for an extended period of time. RootsWeb cannot control whether or not the submitter chooses to respond to you in a timely manner, or at all.
RootsWeb does not maintain an index of alternate addresses. For hints what to do if you can't reach the submitter, please read the FAQ on " resolving bad addresses ".
When to contact RootsWeb
There are very few instances when you will need to contact RootsWeb, as the file (family
tree) belongs to the person who submitted it. RootsWeb will not censor research compiled
from public domain information. Public domain information includes basic facts such as
names, dates, and places.