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Presenter: Thomas W. Jones
Without proving negatives, support for genealogical conclusions might be incomplete. Although difficult, such proof is feasible. Assembled jigsaw-puzzle pieces, revealing a missing piece?s shape and content, can identify pieces belonging elsewhere. Similarly, assembled genealogical evidence can reveal absent information?s content, confirm non-events, non-identities, and non-relationships, and lead to acceptable conclusions.