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Does anyone know if there are any lookup volunteers in Audubon, Audubon County, that would look for and copy a death certificate from April 19, 1896, for Samuel Sawyer. I was told that Iowa only lets you have a certified copy if you are no more than twice removed, and this is his gr. grandfather...( 3rd )
I will gladly pay the person for his/her time and expense.
Thank you very much for the offer. I placed this on the Audubon County mail
list to get the widest audience. I'll get something on the look up page as
Audubon County Coordinator IAGENWEB
From: Preben Vogtmann [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, November 10, 2004 7:46 AM
Subject: Danish settlers in Audubon County
Hi John Schulte.
My name is Preben Vogtmann, from Denmark.
I noticed on your homepage that danes in great numbers, through time, have
settled in Audubon County.
In case any descendants of those may want to try and find their roots in
Denmark, I'd like to put my service at your disposal through my homepage:
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