Am I allowed to ask a question about a relative born in 1617 ?

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WikiTree profile: Don Bailey
in Policy and Style by Don Bailey G2G5 (5.5k points)
In a word, YES
What's your question? And about which ancestor?
Don't see why not. Location helps in addition the birth year which you already indicated. What country, county and city were they born in, if you have it? Do you know the name of the spouse, the marriage year and location? Death year and location can be useful too, in order to get the best answer to your question. Go for it!
Absolutely! Please do.

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