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Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2000 11:15:22 -0600
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From: "Dawn Wheat" <geodawn(a)soli.inav.net>
To: "John W.Clark" <jwmc51(a)usit.net>
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Don't feel bad about it. I got it off of the Boyd list and I didn't try it
either and I said it had been passed around. Even if I did try it, I
wouldn't trust the answer as I am not good in math to start with. One thing
I have found is that dates do not match up anyway. I have family records
stating birth dates and death dates of a lot of my ancestors and none of the
dates match up with what the cemetery lists say or what other people say. I
finally decided it wasn't so important to have things really accurate. I
have gotten a lot of good sites from other lists but with everything you
find on the computer, take it all with a grain of salt. I think people know
that so you don't need to be embarrassed about it. Dawn
From: "John W.Clark" <jwmc51(a)usit.net>
Date: Mon, Jan 31, 2000, 10:46 AM
Where did the "Figure a date" formula come from? Apparently
it does not work. Have tried it on several different dates
and I submitted it to a mailing list without trying it first
and my face is sort of red.