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07 November 2012

Die Near the Cemetery?

A burial location is a burial location, not a death location. In most cases, people do die near to where they are buried, but not always. The more recent the death, the easier it could have been to transport the body. In 1850 most people were buried near to where they died. In 2012, they could easily have not been. 

Don't assume a person died in the state in which they are buried.

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