As I navigate the MA census and vital records, I see occasional records that are obviously SEAVER/SEVER, but are indexed as LEAVER/LEVER. It was difficult to differentiate some script capital S from script capital L letters.
There are also occasional records for SEEVER, SEVIER, SEEVA, SAEVER, CEEVER, etc, depending on the spelling used by the recorder.
Then here are misspellings in the index caused by poor handwriting - like SEAVEN where the script r looks like a script n.
Any other spelling variants to look for?
Thanks -- Randy
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