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Richard Davidson

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I am looking for information, regarding my Birth Father. His name was Richard Davidson. He was born in about 1952, and died in about 1971. He was either 18 or 19 years old, at the time of his death.

It is said that, he died during a high-speed Police chase, somewhere in Indiana. This most likely happened in Indianapolis, or in one of the small towns outside of Indianapolis, Indiana.

I have not been able to obtain his death certificate. Whereas, none of his information, matched anything on record in Indiana. If anyone should have any information regarding Mr. Davidson, please contact me at OSU_BULLET@YAHOO.COM.

Thank You in advance, Beth

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on 2011-03-16 19:24:09

OSU_BULLET , from Mustang, Oklahoma, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Apr 2006. is researching the following names: FELLA, FRIDDLE, CARTER and 76 other(s).

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by edmondsallan on 2011-03-16 22:07:44

No official documentation available for 100 years from daily date-

Your date for all official availability documentation for perusal
-- ( 2052 ) - sorry- hope a family member may be albe to assist you
-regards

by janilye on 2011-03-17 20:32:19

Online Indiana Death Records & Indexes
http://www.deathindexes.com/indiana/index.html

by janilye on 2011-03-17 20:35:16

I don't know Indiana but the Jasper County index goes up to 1977(payment involved)

by thomas1111 on 2011-03-31 23:36:46

I went to high school with Richard and were friends. We spent most of our time shooting pool. He won most of the tme. I visited his home in Nantucket on furlough. His mother was gracious and ever so polite! I did not know of a high speed chase in Indiana. But when I heard of his death it hit me hard. I don't think it was the same for others, as he was overweight, somewhet sloppy person in a military school where neatness and orderliness ruled! He walked around hidden in plane sight. Very sad. I liked him right away because he cut through the walls and just talked directly. Wasn't much of that back then. I am sorry to this day to know of his early death. Such a fine man gone too soon. I think about he and his mother often.
-Thomas Rall, Class '68, NYMA

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