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Re: James R. Moore (circa 1900-1987): Lycoming County PA
Posted by: Linda Nordenberg (ID *****7531) Date: November 13, 2010 at 07:30:39
In Reply to: Re: James R. Moore (circa 1900-1987): Lycoming County PA by Tim Gruber of 829

Thank you Tim. All of what you supplied confirms/augments what I know and I believe clarifies the fact that Virginia was James' wife, not his sister.

And I learned something new...that they probably had two children, Jean and Virginia. Would you help me understand the notation after their names though? I anticipate that the 3 6/12 notation after Jean's name means that she was age 3 in 1930, but don't understand the 6/12 part. Perhaps she was born June 12, 1927?? Ditto for Virginia...does the 1 2/12 mean that she was 1 year old in 1930? What does 2/12 mean? As you might see, I'm new to this genealogy investigation and don't quite have the syntax down. I appreciate your help.


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