Message from discussion Calling a person?
From: Michael Kenefick <kenef...@copper.net>
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Subject: Calling a person?
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Date: Sat, 19 Dec 2009 16:12:04 -0500
Opinions wanted. I have some records for a family from 1920 Census /
1930 Census and obituaries. I have some 1870 Census / 1880 Census /
1900 Census and 1910 Census records for another family. A Daughter may
be common to both families. But I cannot tell for sure. On the earlier
census records her mother and father are listed as being from Ireland.
But on the latter census she (or the person completing the census)
stated they are from Connecticut, like herself. I have seen "changes"
like this before, especially after the parents die.
A son of Lucille / Lucy A. / Lacy Donahue (nee Kenefick) is still alive,
but he is very old based on the Census records. Should I try to contact
him by phone to see if his mother is the same person on each partial
tree? AKA verify his GF and GM's names.
Mike in Ohio
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