I don't have any more clues right now on the HUNSAKER line. I'll send another
message soon about another family which may later help me learn more about the HUNSAKERs.
Thank you all very much for looking for them for me.
Dick Tague <dicktague(a)devtex.net> wrote:
Welcome Jeanne, but not having much luck with your Hunsakers. Can you
amplify on your post to give my leprechaun research team a wee bit more to
work with? Dick
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----- Original Message -----
From: "J Johnson"
Sent: Wednesday, September 28, 2005 4:22 PM
Subject: Re: [IA-CENSUS-LOOKUP] 1900/Wright/GUNDERSON
Dick, thank you for sending the image. It answered some questions I
it happened to also have my great-grandfather's family on it, too, which I
had never gotten!
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