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Known Issues

Question #1: When searching in Illinois there are five waypoints for McClean County. There is no McClean County in Illinois, what county should this be?
Answer #1: McClean County should read McLean County.

Question #2: Where can I find the registration cards for the city of Springfield?
Answer #2: The images for Springfield City have been mislabeled as Springfield County. They are found in the waypoints Missouri > Springfield County; A-Mobberly, Henry P and Missouri > Springfield County; Moch, Arba E.-Z.

Question #3: Where can I find the records for Grady County in Oklahoma?
Answer #3: Grady County has been incorrectly labeled Grandy County. You may find Grady County records in the waypoints labeled as Grandy.

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