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Re: con't
Posted by: Paul Rollins (ID *****8194) Date: October 11, 2011 at 17:25:08
In Reply to: Re: con't by willie alexander of 65474

Hi Willie,
I haven't written to you in a while, but want you to know that my story is almost completed. I appreciate your help, and have added you to the credits in the book I hope to get published. I have three unanswered questions that I would like your thoughts on.

1. I now have harry B. Flounders death certificate in hand. he died in March 1929. The certificate lists him as married and his wife's name as Helen. This would have to be the Helen Cronin referenced in your post below. The question is how can a man sire a child 4 years after he died? Do you have any explanation for this dilemma?

2. How did you access National Archive records online? Is there a special memebership and fee that you have to pay to access all the records you sent me on Harry B. Flounders?

3. The same question applies to newspaper articles you sent from the Chester Times. How did you access these and at what subscription cost? I have searched historical newspapers, notably the Chester Times before, but was never able to get the hits you did. Just wondering how you did it.

Thanks,
Paul


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