A decedent is someone who is dead. The descendants of someone are their children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and so on. A decedent can have descendants. A decedent’s estate may descend to their descendants.

But “my ancestor’s decedents” is not correct. It’s “my ancestor’s descendants.”



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