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Re: Newsom(e) in Bosque Co. TX
Posted by: Joan E. Rambo (ID *****8863) Date: March 01, 2003 at 07:34:38
In Reply to: Newsom(e) in bosque co. tx. by Peggy Cheek of 65446

You will probably have better results if you put some given names with the surname, and dates (or approximate dates), too. Names, dates and locations are the three most important items in any genealogy query. As you can see from my response to your other posting, with first names I was able to pull up some info, but only because it was a combination of unusal given name and surname. For example on the TX Dth Idx 1964-1998 there are 3 named Newsome and 1 Newsom that died in Bosque Co, TX.

You're off to a good start, just add a little bit more to help narrow the playing field. (^_^)


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