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I am wondering if anyone can help me find the page that the following
is located. I found this on Ancestry, but can't find the actual image.
Edward Fox ED #8 Age 72 Visit 33
All help would be greatly appreciated!
In a message dated 11/8/02 11:01:55 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> Hello Kentucky Lists, Can anyone tell me if there are any books about St.
> Theresa`s Church, Cemetery, and the people who belonged to it in the 1700
> 1800`s. Also do they have a web site? Thanks for any information, Patrick.
dont know the info you asked, but the church is still there. If you dont get
a better answer write the church, include SSAE and use a generic address and
it will likely work.
I have a friend who lives in Brandenburg Ky who would know . I could get his
address from a son locally if you want to try that. Likely he has Email as
Hello Kentucky Lists, Can anyone tell me if there are any books about St.
Theresa`s Church, Cemetery, and the people who belonged to it in the 1700 and
1800`s. Also do they have a web site? Thanks for any information, Patrick.
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