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Hi, there is a hint on a timeline, about a fellow possibly being on the Canada Census 1891. The hint has the same name, right location, and about the right age within a year or two. And from looking at the actual record available on Ancestry, the father is the right name and about the right age as well. I'd put the odds of this hint being accurate at greater than 50%. Maybe 65%.
But not much more. The record does not show the wife, deceased by that time, so I cannot use that name to close the deal. And there were so many people with this very common name combination "Joseph Francois Daigle" / "Francois Joseph Daigle" around this time and place, I cannot be sure it is the same person.
What is the expert guidance? Attach the hint and let it be removed if someday more information comes up? Or just leave it as a suggested hint showing up on the timeline, kind of messing up the flow?
Person showing the hint at the top:
Actual record in a link format that should be accessible from any Ancestry account, bottom of second page, line 19: