Is there any way for 1900 US Census entries we can properly list a birth month/year & age mismatch?
Is there any way for 1900 US Census entries we can properly list a birth month/year & age mismatch? To elaborate on what I mean, I'll use one example (I know of others): https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MSPC-RJD
Henry Derrick, Jr.'s 1900 US Census entry lists him as being born in April 1888 but also lists him as 15 years old. The 1888 is almost certainly a typo since his documentation from the 1910s all implies an 1885 birth year for him, as does his gravestone.
(He lived from 1885 to 1939 in Wyoming County, New York, FWIW.)
Basically, for cases like his, I want to be able to put the birth month/year as is written on his 1900 US Census and his age as is written on the 1900 US Census even if they (very likely unintentionally, due to a typo) contradict each other. I wouldn't feel comfortable writing 1885 for his birth year in his 1900 US Census entry because that's not actually what it says, but at the same time, it also doesn't give an age of 12 for him but instead of gives an age of 15 for him.
Is there any way that this can actually be done?