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Re: Unusual mark beside name
Posted by: Jerry Robichaud (ID *****6511) Date: September 02, 2012 at 21:07:57
In Reply to: Re: Unusual mark beside name by Kit WATERSON of 1202

If the "X" in a circle indicates who the informant was for that household, why isn't that mark beside any other names?

I've gone through several pages of the 1940 census and my father's name is the only one with the "X" in a circle.

Every home must have had an "informant" for that home, so why don't they have the same mark?


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