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Is William Giardino's death date 1998-12-10? I can look for an obituary in
the Durham paper if you like.
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Subject: [NCORANGE] Re: Durham-Orange Genealogy Society
Resent-Date: Sun, 16 Apr 2000 06:40:35 -0700 (PDT)
Date: Sun, 16 Apr 2000 09:39:41 -0400
From: "Barbara Currie" <bcurrie(a)nternet.net>
>Wonderful news from Durham/Orange Genealogy Society. This is a great thing
>they have done!!! Barbara Currie
>>A newly added feature on the D-OGS web site is the Durham and Orange
>>Counties Cemetery Surveys. These new web pages contain the same
>>cemetery information D-OGS has available in CD-ROM format. However,
>>the CD may be searched by name or cemetery. They plan to add the all
>>name search to the web pages in the near future. In the meantime,
>>enjoy the cemetery pages. A computer CD-ROM with the cemetery data is
>>available from the society at $8 for members and $16 for non-members.
>>Barbara H. Currie
>>Barbara's Decorative Painting Studio
>>Emerald Isle NC 28594-2622
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If anyone can help me I would really appreciate it. Looking for NCDI or
Obits on the following people. I know this may benefit others searching
Guardino as well. There are a few of us out there. Don't have access to
these papers in LA Library. Thanks sooo much....
GUARDINO, William R; ; Rockville MD>Durham NC; Wash DC Post (DC); 1998-12-10
Lisa M. Fiandola
I wanted to let you all know that I've put up a new link on the Chatham
On it, there is a link to 'Cemeteries Moved when Jordan Lake was built'
(sorry, long name)
But, this is a listing of all the cemeteries that the Corps of Engineers
moved when B. Everett Jordan Lake was formed. The area covered what is
now parts of Chatham, Durham and Wake Counties.
Some of the cemeteries have names and some do not. If you know of your
families that were buried in any of the 'unknown' cemeteries, Please
Perhaps you can help us discover who or what the cemetery was originally
called and 'name' them.
I have the previous location and where the graves were moved to and how
There will be a listing of the names of the people re-interred,
eventually. I'm working on those, now.
Please look, and see if anything rings a bell, with your familiy names
Thanks, Sue Ashby CC, Chatham Co.