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Deleting your SE account removed all association with you from your posts. If you happen to remember what your user ID was on SE, it's just possible that the Data Explorer might have kept that ID associated with them, which would let me compile a list of posts that you wrote, but I don't know that for certain. If you don't remember the ID, I'm afraid you're out of luck - I have no way of identifying the posts you should have attached to your account here.

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If my ID was user16226, then that's it. Otherwise, it is gone. Mark Baker about 2 months ago

I believe we can validate Mark's user number from this post, which cites (and links to) a book that he wrote. Monica Cellio about 2 months ago

Should be done, @MarkBaker - SEDE apparently keeps that "user16226" in the username field, which was enough. ArtOfCode about 2 months ago

Seems to have worked, @ArtofCode. Thanks! Mark Baker about 2 months ago

Perhaps we could add a mention of this to the "Claiming Your Stuff" section of the Welcome post. Mark wasn't the only user who had his account deleted since September. Galastel 9 days ago

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