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Re: Putting events in order
Posted by: William M. Roberts Date: November 25, 1999 at 18:46:10
In Reply to: Re: Putting events in order by Ron Chenier of 11492

Ron

Normally I use circa when I am fairly certain of the date such as when a tombstone has the death date and the number of years a person lived. The circa, in the persons birth ecent, would indicate the person was born within one year either way.

Estimate can be off by many years, if the birth date is based on the marriage date.

Myrnice

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