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    if that rationale is held for marriage, so too it should be for birth, death and any other event. Yet, I know my cousins married for example. I know their spouses names. I just don’t know where/when. Does that mean I don’t record them? I don’t record all my second cousins births even if I don’t know where/when?
    Gee, that would mean not marking my grandparents married. I still can’t find where/when. But there were 7 kids that knew they were.

    So, there’s wee problem of “good genealogy” and reality?????

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