The claimant submits the following evidence of age:
1920 census record showing 3 5/12 years
School record established September 1925 showing a DB of 6/3/17.
NUMIDENT indicating SS-5 established in 1938 showing 6/3/17.
The claimant states that her mother enrolled her in school. The census record shows
that she was listed in her grandfather's household, which corresponds to her faint
recollection that she lived with relatives in her early years, returning to live with
her mother later.
You can make a reasonable assumption that the mother was not in the household at the time the claimant was enumerated, thus making it more likely
that the informant gave the census taker the wrong age. This, and the fact that the
claimant's mother probably gave the DB for the school record would ordinarily lead
to a DB finding of 6/3/17.