[APG Public List] How to handle date of death

LBoswell laboswell at rogers.com
Sat Mar 20 08:38:24 MDT 2010

sorry,  meant to say for the note "there are *no* known mentions" (the 'no' 
being kind of important there!)

Larry Boswell BA, PLCGS
"Historical & Genealogical Research Services"
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
laboswell at rogers.com
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  In Bladen County, NC, both James WEST and his wife were enumerated on the 
census of 1830 as being between 70 and 80 years of age.
  There are no known tax records for that period in Bladen County history. 
No further record of this James WEST has been found in Bladen County, NC. It 
is supposed he died sometime around 1830. Known cemetery records have been 
searched, to no avail.

  Extensive searches of census, tax and probate records in NC, SC, GA, TN 
and AL for that particular James WEST have been done, finding nothing 
pertaining to him.

  How do I write up this information when doing an article/autobiography on 
this James WEST? What do I use as his date of death?

  I have searched google quite unsuccessfuly in efforts to obtain answer to 
my question.


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