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I saw your note about the found box of records in your mother's shed.
You might try contacting a genealogical society that is in the area of the family names. They might be able to put a notice on their website or in a newsletter.
Added by Ann on Apr 03, 2013 11:24 AM
|ColoradoConnie||RE: Found Records|
How exciting that you found those old records and I agree that you need to try to find relatives who would be excited to receive them. I'm not sure how it would be best to go about locating them though. If you belong to Ancestry.com you could search for census records of that time period and location. I think you can still search census records for free on that site. Another great source would be the LDS Library in SLC, UT. Their web site is www.FamilySearch.org and they have records from all over the world. You might also google to see if there is someone who would search for you and not charge. I think they are called ancestry angels or genealogy angels or something like that but if you googled free genealogy researchers they would turn up. They are people who are interested in genealogy and will look up information just for fun. That might be the best approach. Sorry I'm not more help. Good luck and I hope that you can find the families in question.
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