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From: Cedar & Stone <>
Subject: Re: what a wonderful "shock"
Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2000 20:42:39 -0500
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Have you tried BOWLES or POULSON from Frederickand Washington Co MD or York Co PA?
see ya, 2doors busy answering lots of mail
> Hi .
> My name is Charles Hart and I scan the Genforun records and try to answer
> questions on Preble county.
> The only record I find in Preble county for Abraham Paulus is a record from the
> paper stating
> that he died some time between 1852 -54
> There are several Paulus families out of Virginia listed in the 1850 and 60
> In 1870 Catherine and Lewis are living right next to what must be his parents and
> Lewis age 73 born Wert
> Catherine 66 born Wert
> Frederick 44 born Wert.
> Eve 43 born Wert
> In the 1870 census they spell their name Klenk
> I don't know if Catherine Bliss Klink was illiterate or had German accent because
> on birth records for her children her name appears as Blace,Glace,Blaze,Blaise
> If you think that the Paulus family was German Baptist or Brethren you can
> contact the Brethren researchers at ""
> > I could not find your name on the email? I just could not ever expect to find
> > catherine bliss klink?? Thankyou from the very depth of me. I knew that my
> > great aunts raised her. And they never married, do you know anything else?
> > For many years are family have tried to find Abraham Paulus' parents, when
> > thay came from Germany, does he have any siblings. I will be happy, no
> > elated to share what information I have. And may I have your name? thank
> > you.
> > Janie Paulus Dzina
> > 1725 Lakewood Rd
> > Jacksonville, FL 32207-6123
> > hm ph: 904-399-8380
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