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Am having a problem and want to know if anyone can help me out in which direction I should go.
Just discovered, this summer, my Great Great Grandmother (Louise BIGING) was on the 1880 census.
came over 1870 under another name and was one reason I have not been able to find
her. Sent for an obit of her daughter stating she had come over with
her mother etc. Bingo it all went together, as I was able to place ALL the other sisters, brothers and family that were on the same ship.
>From this looked on the 1880 Census and she was living with Fredrick Prhm (should be Prehm)
family, and her name is shown as Louisa BIGNAS, 70 years old, that is
Looking on the 1870 or 1890 census there is not a listing for her that I could find.
Am trying to get an obit of her and do not have a date to give to anyone to find it.
She probably was buried in the Bloomimgton Cemetery with the others.
Any help would be appreciated.
One other thought crossed my mind is to write the Bloomington Historical Soc. to see what they have.
Thank you and,
Shirley - CT