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Bert BREACH - the disappeared uncle
Posted by: Bonnie Conrad Dunn (ID *****3416) Date: March 10, 2005 at 21:40:03
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My uncle, George Herbert Breach, was born in 1886 in North Dakota where he was enrolled in school as Bert Dale. He was one of three brothers. Shortly after their mother died in 1913, their father moved them to Alberta. Each of the brothers soon seemed to go their own way, with little to no contact for years on end.

In 1960, Ernest found Reginald after not seeing or hearing from each other in over 30 years. Bert was still not to be found.

To date, I can find no records in Canada or the US with information about Bert Breach. In 1960, Ernest thought he may have traced him to Colorado, or some other western state. It was also thought this person may have been married with two children. However, Ernest died before he could uncover any more clues.

If Bert did indeed marry and have a family, there might be someone who knows what happened.

Please reply if you think you can help! Thank you!



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