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Subject: Re: [Q-R] finding 'lost' relatives on the net - part 4
Date: Sat, 31 Dec 2011 18:25:02 +0000
I just wanted to thank you for posting all of those success stories. They were really inspirational and gives us all hope for our brick walls.
Thanks again and Happy New Year and happy hunting!
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> Date: Sat, 31 Dec 2011 01:46:54 -0500
> Subject: [Q-R] finding 'lost' relatives on the net - part 4
> Although I have also been successful in helping a few other people find some
> of their lost relatives or friends they have lost touch with - not all of my
> stories are success ones - yet!!!
> I am still researching my Grand Aunt who was murdered in Pelham, New York in
> 1976. She was one of my Memere's six siblings.
> I have reason to suspect that she married in Montreal in the early 1900's
> and perhaps had a child there.
> If so, and if this 'child' has descendants, I am hoping to find I have more
> cousins I never knew about.
> Beside her, I have one more of my Memere's siblings to find. But I will put
> that one in a separate post as I am hoping for some help in this brick wall.
> I fully agree with Doreen that everyone (almost) can be found on the net
> these days. One just has to be patient, stubborn, and never ever to give
> up -- of course a little luck always helps ;-)
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