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Sunday, April 24, 2011

Just a Justice of the Peace

This Justice of the Peace signed a document in Fleming County, Kentucky. Casefile Clues readers may have an easier time reading this one.

13 comments:

  1. Tough one!
    Bowatin Range is my guess.

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  2. Burtin Range is my guess. This is a tough one.

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  3. Buster Range (Really rough one!)

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  4. Booty Paing is my guess, though I know it can't be right.

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  5. The dots are confusing...are they "i"s or just smudges? My guess would be: Burtin Range.

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  6. Burtis Ringo is what it actually is.

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  7. How did you figure that one out Michael? Is it clearer if you zoom in? That was a tough one!

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  8. On this one I had help. The Ringo was a little easier to read in the first line of the document where he wrote his name as "B Ringo." But the first name probably doesn't end with an "n" as the "n" in Ringo is really different from the last letter in the first name.

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