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I found a family tree that someone has started on familysearch.org, family search is a free website...you just need to register to use. Your James Fernander's death record found in the tree. Cause of death is listed as Natural Decay. I found what that means online and posted it here. I had never seen that used before. click on link to see his death record>>>> https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QJDZ-D9JW
(‘Natural Decay’ was a commonly recorded cause of death in the 19th and early 20th century. The term was understood to mean the decline of life, health and strength in old age. In essence, this is an archaic term for dying of old age.)
Leanne Harvey is the name of the person who has put the tree together...you may wish to contact her to collaborate.
link to this tree>>https://www.familysearch.org/tree/pedigree/landscape/G7CW-WH3
Found another family tree on familysearch.org by K. Rivet.......I am going to let you have the fun of climbing the trees...https://www.familysearch.org/tree/pedigree/landscape/9X3W-TVG
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The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is the depository of the permanently valuable non-current records of the United States Federal Government. Therefore, we suggest that you contact the Bahamas National Archives for records of your part of the Fernander family residing in the Bahamas. We also suggest that you search the FamilySearch Research wikis for Caribbean Deaths and Burials, 1790-1906 and Caribbean Births and Baptisms, 1590-1928 as well as reviewing their Bahamas Genealogy.
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