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Glad you got some help with your ancestors and hope that all of your
brick walls have come tumbling down.
You family tree sounds very involved, with all of the places that you
have to research, it sounds as if you have down well.
Nice to hear from you.
Barbara Lewis Mallyon
Basingstoke, Hants. UK
----- Original Message -----
From: "karen schrade" <kschrade(a)sbcglobal.net>
To: "blind genealogists" <blind-genealogists(a)rootsweb.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 31, 2010 8:47 PM
Subject: [BG] brick walls
> Hi Barbara, Actually I did get a lot of help a couple of years ago
> from a
> person on this list. He found a lot about my England and Wales
> for me.
> At this point, my brick walls all involve either more recent people
> countries other than the US and the UK.
> An example would be my husband's father. he was born in 1902 in
> Bohemia" according to the 1910 U. S. census. He and his mother,
> father, and
> older sister came to Chicago shortly after his birth. His father
> left the
> family in some fashion. he's not in any death index i can find.
> Maybe he
> went back to Europe. The mother remarried several times. my
> father changed his name to that of one of his step-fathers. He never
> about his family so, i am totally stuck on his history. Very
> but, I think I've gone as far as I can. In this case, I'm not even
> sure a
> pro would be able to help due to all of the name changes.
> I am still here, though, and read the list regularly. Karen
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