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Two birth years found for late Nancy Franklin

About: In Memory Birthday Birth years wanted but not totally necessary

Misty Claywell and the learned "Anon" have submitted answers to the question of the late Nancy Franklin's birth year. Both note the Social Security Death Index lists 1924, but "Anon" notes that, according to the book, "Cemeteries of Adair County, Kentucky, Volume 8, page 42, the birth year on her stone is 1925. They wrote:
To ColumbiaMagazine.com:I saw where Debbie Sinclair had posted that she didn't know the birth year of her grandmother, Nancy Franklin. I went to Social Security Death Index and found a Nancy Franklin of Adair Co. born July 8, 1924. She passed away March 7, 2002. I hope this helps! -Misty Claywell

And this:
Ed, The Social Security Death Index gives Ms. Franklin's birth year as 1924; her grave marker (Haven Hill) gives 1925 (as transcribed in Cemeteries of Adair County, Kentucky, volume 8, page 42). "Anon"
ColumbiaMagazine.com will enter one of the two years as directed by a family member.




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