I wouldn't be surprised if that is so. There is a link to the page already on Ancestry.com, which is kind of strange since they didn't sponsor the site. An example of Ancestry's hold on all so many databases, there is a "North Carolina Marriages to 1825" that was available as part of a subscription to Ancestry, which would list Brides & Grooms for some very early marriages. Now the database only gives you one spouse when you do a search, and when contacted about it, Ancestry says it's because they want you to buy the disks to see the info. No where do they say that, and the whole thing is entirely misleading, but this is the kind of thing they have been doing since their takeover of Rootsweb and Genealogy.com. I guess Ancestry is trying to corner the genealogy business by acquiring as many records which were free or fairly easy to access elsewhere before.