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Re: Marriage and Divorce Records Lookups
Posted by: Jacqueline Rudnick (ID *****6818) Date: March 18, 2004 at 19:37:19
In Reply to: Re: Marriage and Divorce Records Lookups by KayJay of 121

I have already been on my road trip to Buffalo county, but I go through there every month or two. Here is the info from the 1930 census. I will check the Polk county cemetery records for you, just in case she stayed there all her life, which is not likely. Otherwise, I would send to the state in Lincoln for a death certificate. They will do a search for a fee. It will usually say on that where someone is buried. Then I would go to RAOGK.org and look for a volunteer in that county to take a tombstone picture for you if you so desire. I can check marriage and divorce records in Hall and Hamilton county for you. And when I go to Buffalo county again, I will check there also. I'll let you know tomorrow if I find anything else.
Jackie

1930 Nebraska census, Polk county, Pleasant Home Precinct

Doremus, Charley H. age 63, married for the first time at age 20, born Wisconsin, parents born Ohio
Wife Minda, age 60, married for the first time at age 17, born Indiana, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Ohio
Lodger Rickter, Margaret, age 18, born Kansas, parents born Germany


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