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Re: Harvey Hess (and Isaac Hess)
Posted by: David Dardinger (ID *****1025) Date: October 10, 2003 at 19:42:01
In Reply to: Re: Harvey Hess (and Isaac Hess) by Carl RAY of 1706

Yes, it does agree, although I think Isaac's middle initial is H, not T. In the 1860c it looks like a T followed by an exclaimation point. In 1880 it's an F or an H. The only logical conclusion is that the Cross bar isn't clear in 1860. I must admit I just figured out that Melinda and Catherine were the same person shortly after I got your message as I was trying to see why I had more children than you showed and then realized I had duplicates. I think I merged two copies of the parents and then hadn't merged the equilivant children. But they're all there in the census records and only room for additional children if they died young.


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