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From: "Bette McIntosh" <>
Subject: Re: [Q-R] KRUEGER family ca. 1863-1870 > Quebec
Date: Sun, 16 Jul 2006 19:49:44 -0500
Renée, Thank you for this information. I feel strongly that there is a
good possibility that one notable KRUEGER family event did occur in Quebec
between 1863 & 1870 and that would be the death of a Rosalie (Rose or
Rosalia) KRUEGER born 1855 in Prussia to parents Martin & Julia KRUEGER.
Rosalie KRUEGER's death during that time period would mean that she would
have been from 8-15 years of age. Would some one be kind enough to check
into this possibility for me? The family was Roman Catholic so perhaps a
church or civil document can be located that confirms my belief.
> If they arrived in 1863 and were in Ohio in 1870 they would not be in any
> Canadian census as the census were in 1861 and 1871.
> They may have just pass through Québec but never settled there. No civil
> records are available for that period only Baptism Marriage and burials
> church records. If the mother didn't give birth or marry while in Canada
> there would be no record either.
> Some ancestors can never be found, I have a few:)
> Good luck
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