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Re: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/SP6D-3YN

I have a correction to offer for the following family: Residence: Fulton, Oswego, New York Family Number: 208 Page Number: 11 Line Number: 40 Film Number: 1017603 Digital Folder Number: 4518294 Image Number: 00263

	Household	Gender  Age                                              Race	Birthplace: 	

Abram A Deacon M 44y Estimated Birth Year: 1861 Head W United States Josie D Frane F 17y Estimated Birth Year: 1888 Niece W Canada Eva M Frane F 7y Estimated Birth Year: 1898 Daughter W United States

The last name for Eva M is Deacon. This is proved by the 1900 census. ps. - bring back the OLD census search format please!

 

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