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Re: Searching for Rigard, Eckert, Hayes, Nussbaums, Goetz in St. Mary's area
Posted by: Cynthia Velotta (ID *****5851) Date: February 03, 2006 at 17:53:42
In Reply to: Re: Searching for Rigard, Eckert, Hayes, Nussbaums, Goetz in St. Mary's area by Kathleen Rigard of 374

Hi again. Thanks for getting that information. My grandfather was 93 when he passed away in 1997, which I would still consider to be of a significant age. It must also be a genetic thing. When I did the cemetery research and census Anton's name was listed as Anthony (or Antony) and Alexander was listed as Allec or Alleck. With the census, it all depended on the person writing the information down. Maybe it was Antony and Anton for short.

Could you happen to give me the information on Alexander's birth and death date? I only have an approximate year from the census records. Was Alexander married or did he have children? I did not find anything mentioned in the census. He was always listed alone. I also do not have an exact birthdate for Anthony, only a month and year. Nor do I have a death date. I would appreciate any information you could pass on. Let me know if there is anything you would like. I have the family tree software with the Rigard family in it already. I am willing to share what I have.


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