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Question #1: Is there a reason for the Ohio death records being included in this collection?
Answer #1: The Ohio death records should not be in this collection. They belong to the Ohio Deaths and Burials 1854-1977 collection.
Question #2: Some of the death records which were found on the Alabama Vital Records CDs are not included in this collection. Why is that?
Answer #2: Records in the Alabama CDs may or may not be included in the collection. Due to privacy laws, recent records may not be displayed.
Question #3: Is there a reason for the Connecticut death records being included in this collection?
Answer #3: The Connecticut death records should not be included in this collection. They belong to the Connecticut Deaths and Burials, 1772-1934 collection.
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