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Re: Eloise B. Griffith-Collins & Edward S. Zarada
Posted by: Carol Powell (ID *****9811) Date: July 03, 2014 at 15:37:48
In Reply to: Eloise B. Griffith-Collins & Edward S. Zarada by REITA PARKS of 23717

Edward S Zarada United States Public Records Residence Place: 400 Willow Grove Rd Pittsgrove, New Jersey, Birth Date: 30 Jan 1927 Possible Relatives: Eloise B Zarada birth:       9 April 1927
Edward S Zarada United States Social Security Death Index Birth Date: 30 January 1927 Social Security Number: 153-22-3800 State: New jersey Last Place of Residence: Salem, New jersey Previous Residence Postal Code: 08318 Event Date: 16 June 2006 Age: 79
Eloise Zarada United States Social Security Death Index Birth Date: 9 April 1927 Social Security Number: 067-22-6072
State: New york Last Place of Residence: Salem, New jersey
Previous Residence Postal Code:       08318 Event Date: 20 July 2009 Age: 82
OLIVET CEMETERY, SALEM, NEW JERSEY
Zarada, Edward; b. 1927, d. 2006
http://files.usgwarchives.net/nj/salem/cemeteries/olivet.txt
Often the best place to find where someone was from is to start with where they died. Your family story is waiting to be found. I suggest getting death certificates and obituaries. Both should have parents' names and obit may have exact birthplace and surviving siblings which can be a BIG help. If you know where they married then get their marriage record. If you know what cemetery these people are buried in their headstones should give birth and death dates. If you know what church they were members of or where they are buried check with each to see what may be in their records on them. You might try www.familysearch.com; findagrave.com; Family Finder at FTDNA.com Newspapers are archived on microfilm in public libraries and local historical societies. If you can visit a Family History Ctr, you can order microfilm from LDS in Salt Lake City


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