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Re: newman-davis-hudler link
Posted by: Joan E. Rambo Date: May 31, 2000 at 22:18:55
In Reply to: newman-davis-hudler link by Margaret of 65428

Sorry, I'm not real clear on some of your info, so I will take it one step at a time. Is your father deceased? If so, have you obtained a copy of his death certificate, it should have the names and birth locations of his parents. "All the records were burned in Washington 1900", is that Washington DC? And, what records do you mean? "The main library only had one census", whatever library you are using, does it not have the 1910 census, too? Not sure about your reference to Bee Co, TX, but have you tried the GenWeb site for Bee Co? Some GenWeb counties are placing their cemeteries online. And, some are placing other records online, too. I tried to find county location for Paplote, do you know in which county it was located?


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