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Re: RE: Tessier Family lawsuit (michigan)
Posted by: Jerry Lesperance Date: June 23, 2000 at 10:27:59
In Reply to: Re: RE: Tessier Family lawsuit (michigan) by Sara burkholder of 1317

Aloha Sara,
How did her dad state he was 84 upon his death? :>)
Seriously, one has to watch the age given at death especially in the "old days". Many of my ancestors couldn't read or write and, I believe, subtract or add. Maybe that's why they had so many kids. Playing Vatican roulette if you can't add or subract could be dangerous to your health.
Jerry, Aiea, hawaii


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