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Re: Dr. Edward Nicklas, Washington, DC, circa 1922
Posted by: Marianne Fisher (ID *****4867) Date: February 09, 2006 at 17:58:20
In Reply to: Dr. Edward Nicklas, Washington, DC, circa 1922 by Debbie K. Chambers of 78

Hello,
I am related to this person very distantly.
His father-in-law,William Breed Hampson,was my great great
uncle.Edward was married to his daughter,Alice Beyer Hampson.
I have nothing to help you in your project.
I was contacted by a direct decendant in May 2005 but have been unsuccessful in re connecting with her.
The information that she sent me,stated that she was the great granddaughter of Alice Beyer Hampson and her name was Hope Williams,at email address, ahhebe@aol.com
I have a feeling that all of my reply mails to her are ending up in her AOL spam file or junk mail files.

Please if you are able to locate or come in contact with anyone related to this family,would you mind telling them,that I am searching for them.
Are you at liberty to share any of the research you are conducting with the theater fire?

Thank you for posting and I appreciate your efforts.
Marianne Fisher
mlfisher@corlink.com
Random Acts of Genealogical Kindnesses Volunteer for Jefferson county,Pennsylvania since 1999 at www.raogk.org
Punxsutawney was also the home town of William Breed Hampson and Mabel Beyer Hampson...Edward Nicklas' in laws !!!!



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