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No, living people will not usually be found in family trees on line as that is considered an invasion of privacy and can lead to identity theft. Also the only way any of your ancestors will be online is if someone has submitted a family tree to one of the websites with your ancestors. However, you must be very very cautious. The family trees are not submitted by some experts working for the websites who randomly do family histories. They are submitted by the subscriber(folks like you and me). They are very seldom documented or poorly documented. You will often see different info on the same people from different subscribers. Then you will see repeatedly the same info on the same people from different subscribers, but that is no guarantee at all it is correct. A lot of people copy without verifying. There are errors in online family trees. A lot of people jump to conclusions and they copy. FamilySearch.Org and Rootsweb are 2 good free sites. However, I feel the best is not free and that is Ancestry.Com. Your public library might have a subscription to it you can use for free. Still be cautious of their family trees. However, they have, I believe, more records online than any other website, free or not free. They have all the U. S. censuses through 1930. The 1940 and later are not available to the public yet. They have military and immigration records. They have indexes to vital records of many states. They have U.K. censuses through 1901. They have transcribed the censuses but you can still view the originals. There are errors in their transcriptions but when you see the originals you can have pity on the transcribers. Another good free source is a Family History Center at a Latter Day Saints (Mormon) Church. They have records on people all over the world. In Salt Lake City, they have the world's largest genealogical collection. Their FHC's can order microfilm for you to view at a nominal fee. Just call them or visit their free website at FamilySearch.Org to get their hours for the general public. I have never had them to try and convert me or send their missionaries by to ring my doorbell. i haven't heard of them doing that to anyone else either. Cyndi'sList.Com is a website with links to many many websites, free or not free, that are valuable in genealogy.