There are many online avenues of acquiring public documents - all a treasure trove to us genealogists. Sometime it takes luck, some times persistence, and sometimes even new records being made available.
How current should a public document be when posted online by genealogists?
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I'd like to clarify my intent.
By asking 'how current should a public document be when posted to the Internet"
I am referring to the date of this document.
What period of time should elapse between the publicly recorded event
and publishing on an Internet Genealogy Website or Blog.
e.g., How many days, weeks, months, years