A woman is converted as an infant, but was never told of her conversion. She lives her life, marries, has children and grandchildren, and eventually passes away, never knowing the truth. One of her descendants does a DNA test and discovers the truth. What is the status of her children and her daughter’s children?
Related to this, before the truth is out, one child suspects their mother was an infant convert. Are they allowed to test to find out? If they discover the truth while their mother is alive, are they required to tell her, even if it will cause her significant distress?