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Question: When searching the Connecticut Death and Burial collection, I cannot find some of the surnames which begin with the letters “Co”. Are these records available?
Answer: Surnames Coit through Colburn from Batch B03290-0 were mistakenly placed in the Alabama Death and Burials 1881-1952 collection. You can find these records by searching by batch number from the FamilySearch homepage or by searching by batch number within the Alabama Death and Burials collection.
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