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A.K.A (#48025593)
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Bio Photo I am on this site to find family members and to also help other families do the same.

I am researching: Wisniewski (american) (poland)possible Wisniewska, Jawor (american)or Jauvor (poland), Breitfus (poland), Klempka (poland),Osborne, Abercrombie, Brack, Bennett, Morris, Bartlett, Toogood, Bull, Young, Cooper, Kirvill, Blow, more names to come.

Any pictures that I take can be used by the person of whom requested it for their own personal use.

I feel that this site is to help people to connect with lost members of their families. Whether you knew them or didn't know them at all.
Like Great great great and so-forth grand parents, like distant cousins and Aunts and Uncles.

Anyone that I have that is not a direct relation to me. I will be happy to transfer management to the requesting party. Send me a message stating who they are, name, fag# and what relationship you have with them. Then say BINGO! and you win the transfer of management. It's that easy with me. :)

PLEASE TAKE THEM.
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margaret read
beverlee osborne adkins
may I ask how you are connected? I just put some loose ends together - Margaret
Added by margaret read on Jan 17, 2015 11:29 AM
The Todd's of Scotland
Capt James Abercrombie
This might be dup. of # 92798056
Added by The Todd's of Scotland on Jan 17, 2015 2:13 AM
Dee NY
RE: Lewise Russo
Hi
Russo is a fairly popular name around here. I'll get some info for you and let you know.
Do you think there could be a Jewish connection in his family history? There is a cemetery about 4 miles from Mt. St Mary's that has many Russos in it. If you'd like to check, the website is http://www.mounthebroncemetery.com/search.asp
Regards,
Deirdre
Added by Dee NY on Jan 09, 2015 12:08 PM
Dee NY
Lewise Russo
Hello,
I checked with the office at MSM and they didn't show Lewise in their records. It could be because it is so long ago... I have found other Russos while walking through the cemetery and will keep an eye out for Lewise.
Best,
Deirdre
Added by Dee NY on Jan 05, 2015 8:11 AM
Don Fredgant
RE: W. Everett Winn and Lorene S. Winn
Thanks for the Winns! It makes keeping records on family easier, the more that are in one place!
Added by Don Fredgant on Nov 07, 2014 10:55 AM
Dennis Allen
RE: William Bennett
Sorry. Other than his death record, not much. There are lots of William Bennetts born about 1850 NY, so it won't be easy to find census records before 1900.

Did come across interesting item. I believe his son Claude Garret got adopted by Joseph Ball & Sophia Bickford. Claude G Ball 1899-1970 married Pearl Wiard 1907-1998 and is buried in Oak Grove. Still don't know what happened to sons Slydes & Loyd. If you have anything, let me know...Dennis
Added by Dennis Allen on Mar 31, 2014 1:39 PM
Donna
RE: My Member you left me a messag to.
thank you for answering my question -- very sad situation.
Added by Donna on Mar 11, 2014 6:47 AM
Elaine O
RE: Weeks, Ollie, Edyth, Steven
Thank you very much for all you've done. It is truly appreciated.
Added by Elaine O on Feb 24, 2014 6:31 PM
Steve Franklin
Papp Grave site
Thank you so much for taking the pictures of famous inventor Joseph Papp and his wife Helen grave site that confirms his burial location. Regards, Steve Franklin
Added by Steve Franklin on Feb 23, 2014 9:54 AM
Elaine O
RE: Headstone Pictures
Thank you very much for the lovely way you transferred the memorials. That was very sweet, demonstrating this is a labor of love that you do with the memorials. If you are in the area sometime, that would be great. Thank you again for the work you have done. It is truly appreciated.
Added by Elaine O on Jan 11, 2014 7:53 AM
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