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Re: Tec/4 Edward W. Gruss MD 1914
Posted by: Julie Aschenbrenner (ID *****4400) Date: August 26, 2012 at 15:40:31
In Reply to: Re: Tec/4 Edward W. Gruss MD 1914 by Andrea Hunting of 22564

Thanks! I emailed her, as well. I have the complete written family history, including lists of all family alive and dead. I just came across this information recently, it was hidden among the few possession left after my father passed. I didn't have any idea or knowledge of anything until then. I'd be more than happy to pass along and/or send scans of any or all of it. It makes me happy to hear that Edward's grave was adopted. After his death, it was understood by all that his name was never to be mentioned in his mother's presence. She took his death incredibly hard and I don't think she ever got over it.


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