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When doing genealogy, how do you deal with differing facts?


When trying to stay factual, it can be difficult when records give varying information. For instance, the census results can even differ! Birth certificates and those facts can differ from other official records. I didn't expect things to be that way. So how do you deal with such discrepancies, while trying to only go with the facts? If you have any thoughts or suggestions, they would be most welcome!

 

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