Re: Court records: Death R
Robert G Eldridge wrote:
in a genealogical context where history is
relevant, some people like to refer to what was the case when a record
is made, rather than what might be the current case.
If a reference is made to how now called you'll have to change every so
often as the reference changes the way in referring. If the notation is
made regarding the situation at the date involved this stays valid
always (I'm lazy by nature so do note how where ever was referred then
and not now).
Richard van Schaik
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