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From: "arlene" <>
Subject: Re: TMG-L: Multiple Sources for data
Date: Sat, 15 Jan 2000 10:15:47 -0500


I have found ages on various censuses vary from one to the other -- i.e.: my
mgm, in 1900, was born in 1875; in 1910 born in 1878 and in 1900 born in
1880 -- they forgot after awhile <g>
(I evenutally found her birth certificate in England and it *was* in
1875....
Arlene in FL
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From: bob gillis <>
To: <>
Sent: Friday, January 14, 2000 8:07 AM
Subject: Re: TMG-L: Multiple Sources for data


> Emery C. Daly wrote:
> snip
> > Is it really considered good research to have 10-12 Census sources
cited
> > that all say that a person was born in MA?
> >
> In my opinion again, No.
>
> bob gillis
>
>
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