Familysearch ID LH6V-6SJ.
I already have birth records I Family search for a tonight’s children, but no details on him.
My 3rd cousin Amanda Clark sent me an email with lots of info about his children, and his wife’s full name (Ann Allen it seems)
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- Marriage Place
- Childrens' Birthyears
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- Death Place
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After doing this, a cousin of mine contacted me trying to see how exactly we were related (our DNA said we were cousins but we didn’t know exactly how). In the the process, we shared some of our family tree data. I need to record it.
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