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A copy of the birth registration is below {click on it to make it larger}.


Transcription of the record :

Registration of Births registered by C. Robbins the Assessor of Fishingcreek East on the 25 day of May 1895

Name of Child -- Levi Harlan
Sex -- Male
Color -- White
Name of Father -- Thomas Joshua E
Name of Mother -- Clara B Thomas
Residence -- Asbury
Occupation of Father -- L {Laborer}
Date and Place of Birth -- February 20 1895; Asbury
Date of Makeing Record -- May 6 1895

The image below shows the event in my Legacy database.



NOTE : I have added USA after Columbia County, Pennsylvania in my citation to keep it consistent with my other source citations.

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