Hi Sandra, I have a feeling you are just beginning, so may I make a few little suggestions? Names, dates, or approximate dates, and locations are good for queries. By saying he might have died in the early 1900s could mean a different time span for different folks. And, it doesn't give any indication of how old he was when he died. If you don't know anything about Charles let's begin with John, do you have any dates or locations for him? Do you know about when he was born and where? In this manner we will begin to narrow down the search for Charles. (^_^)
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