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Interesting hypothetical question

Hypothetical question:

Say in the 1700 somethings, there’s a full Jewish family. Both mom and dad are Jewish. They have a daughter (Jewish), who gets married to a non Jewish man, and they have a daughter (still Jewish) who gets married to a non Jewish man and they have a daughter who has a daughter who has a daughter, who has a daughter. And said last child discovers Jewish ancestry, could she claim to be Jewish since all her Jewish ancestors were Jewish women?

Does this question make sense?

Edit: also, say the first daughter converted to Christianity and each resulting daughter followed Christianity for 300+ years.

Edit 2: Would she be eligible for law of return?

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