Stanley died in 1995. You should not be seeing her listing in 1997.
“Stanley died in 1995. You should not be seeing her listing in 1997.”
Probably still listed to enable a RAT to continue voting?
Two years difference on a phone book wouldn’t surprise me if she was still listed. Even in the 90’s they were out of date before they were finished printing. The CD versions back then were basically database dumps relying on the local companies to provide the information and not really checked for accuracy. For a long time my local white pages paper version had a listing for me for a phone and address that I hadn’t had in over 5 years, so any CD clearing house versions in that time period also had that incorrect info.
The CDs were published in 1997. The information I collected was also tagged with a directory date for each number ranging from 10/95 to 9/96. The entry for Dunham comes from a directory published in 7/96. My own experience is that sometimes directory information survives the person it refers to for quite a while.
My mother had a phone listing for ten years after she died. (Complicated reason but it happens.)
Depends. My grandfather died in 1994. My uncle (different first name same last name)acquired the house and kept the listing for years before having it changed into his own name.
Those CD’s are full of information. He may have the CD from 1997 but that could still hold info for previous 3 years.
Innaccurate? Mostly if you are telemarketing but name/number search...
>>Stanley died in 1995. You should not be seeing her listing in 1997.<<
However, she is STILL a registered voter in Cook County, IL.