Is the LastModifiedDate of a deleted record the date that it was deleted?

The question’s in the title, really. I’d imagine that LastModifiedDate for a deleted record would be the date it was deleted. But, anecdotal evidence from users seems to dispute this…

I’ve queried some deleted records using IsDeleted = true and ALL ROWS. All of those deleted records have last modified date of 2017-07-20. There are no records where IsDeleted is false.

Anecdotal evidence from users has that there were some records for that object on 2017-07-21.

So, am I wrong about LastModifiedDate for deleted records? Are the users wrong? Is there some other explanation?


Thanks to @AdrianLarson for the suggestion, but SystemModStamp got me the same answer as LastModifiedDate.

The user with the anecdote has just confessed to being confused and misreporting the situation on 2017-07-21.

Which makes me think that LastModifiedDate is going to be the date of deletion. It would be a bit crazy to be anything else. I’ll leave this here for a little while in case someone does know better and/or has references confirming that. Otherwise, I guess that this is the answer.

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