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does anyone know of a site that I can go to to get cartoons about family and
or family reunion. I am starting a newsletter and would like to use some
occasionally for filler. The sites I have went to are not suitable for family
I understand that there is a problem burying bodies in New Orleans
due to a high water table or something. I am interested in learning
if there are "burial" lists or "cemetery" lists or something. My
Samuel WIldes COGGESHALL died 28 August 1878
Atalie (nee Batit) COGGESHALL died June 1880
both died in New Orleans and I would like to learn more. I got a
death certificate for Atalie but not Sam.
Do the readers have any suggestions for family trivia questions to be asked
and answered at a family reunion? I'm trying to spark some interest in the
family and also I'm starting a family newsletter and would like to include
some of the facts in it. Any help would be appreciated.
We're researching; GERYK/ GERIK/ GERICK and KOCIAN names.
Came to USA 1877 via New Orleans or Galveston from Moravia/Austria.
Also researching: MACRI/ MARGO and DECERBO/DICERBO names. Came from Italy.
For those of you researching Italian ancestry, you might take note that the
National Italian Genealogy Conference sponsored by POINT (Pursuing Our
Italian Names Together) and the Austin Pointers in Person Chapter will be
held in Austin, Texas, October 6-9, 2000.
For details go to Web Site:
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