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From: Frank Gebhart <>
Subject: Re: [IRISH-AMER] Social Security death index
Date: Wed, 12 Jul 2006 20:02:20 -0700
May depend also on what census database you search and how imaginative
you are in spelling. On ancestry. com my ggf, John Slo_w_ey, was found
in the 1880 census as John Slo_m_ey.
Alanna Scanlon wrote:
> I am assuming that if he died in CA he'd be found on the state's death list.
> As an aside, my Larkin Howard Jones whose family was staying with his aunt and uncle William and Nancy Jones Downs in Madison Co, MO, cannot be found in the 1870 census. The Downs were there since 1840. Neither family can be found.
> My John and Mary Conway Conway [Conwy] are in MO since say 1840 and they are not found until 1860.
> Sad that our folks are out there, but others before us lost them.
> Pat Connors <> wrote:
>>Not necessarily true. My father, who died in 1999, is listed, but
>>neither of his parents are and I know both of them had Social Security
>>numbers and died in the 1960s.
> I cannot find my grandfather who died in 1960. I don't have his number
> so can only search by name. I know his date of death, his date of birth
> and full name, place of death, still can't find him. It is my
> understanding, that some are just not included. Correct me if I am
> wrong, please.
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