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Re: Newton Cemetery
Posted by: Linda Grennan (ID *****9803) Date: January 03, 2008 at 06:47:32
In Reply to: Re: Newton Cemetery by Charles A. Gustafson of 125

Someone did me a favor like this recently in Harris Co TX (Houston) that helped me a lot. I had posted a query on my Uncle Bob. We didn't know where he was buried. The person not only found that but found him in the 1930 census. Just within a few hours I had found Uncle Bob's family going back to 1880.
What a thrill it is to send my cousin (Bob's daughter) a copy of several census records on her family. When we started, she did not even know where her father was buried.

Pass on the favor to someone else. I call it random acts of genealogy kindness. I truly believe one small bit of information can be the one missing bit to open the right path to find the rest of the family.



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