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Re: Cuyahoga 1924 addressbook
Posted by: Richard Blue Date: August 17, 2000 at 07:16:09
In Reply to: Re: Cuyahoga 1924 addressbook by Richard H. Juarez of 2633

Try where you can access the
California Death Index. If you can find
Edith Radney there it may give her mother's
maiden name. Cleveland City Directories
are also a big help. They have been microfilmed for many years -- roughly
for the period 1880-1935-- and are available
in several libraries around the country.
There really is lots of genealogy buried in
those things if you take the time to read
them for an entire span of years. Also
knowing street addresses makes it much easier
to locate people in the censuses.


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