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I've discovered that what I thought was Rusk is really HUSK. After cleaning up this Remembrance Card, it says Henry T. HUSK, b Nov 14 1865.
-------------- Original message from viola.lawrence(a)att.net: --------------
> I have just found in family posessions an obit card of Henry. In doing a little
> research I found him/family located in Woodbury Co. Are there any descendants
> who can identify this information. I would be happy to see it gets in the right
> Viola in CA
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I have just found in family posessions an obit card of Henry. In doing a little research I found him/family located in Woodbury Co. Are there any descendants who can identify this information. I would be happy to see it gets in the right hands.
Viola in CA
About a month ago, an address was given for the Sioux City Library in
response to a request for an obit. I tried that address last week but it
didn't work. I found a new email address at the library's website. A
librarian answered my request in 24 hours and told me that it would be sent
to me ASAP. I was also informed that with the notice, a $3.00 bill would be
sent. I'm delighted and wanted to share this find with all you listers.
Hunting for info on John and Eliza Sullivan of Souix City, Iowa circa 1900
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