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Cab anyone help this lady? If so contact her at her email address below.
Person researching: Mary Catherine Dash
Family researching: Shaver (or Shafer or Schaffer)
Specifically needs: obituary for Julia Shaver, who lived in the town of
Yates in 1870 & died about 1873. Hoping the obit would indicate other
Contact with information: Mary Catherine Dash, 12909 Brunswick Lane,
Bowie MD 20715 or e-mail ecebula(a)nioga.org
----- Original Message -----
From: "George Richmond" <grichmon(a)gmail.com>
To: "NYERIE list" <nyerie(a)rootsweb.com>; "NYNIAGAR list"
Sent: Saturday, April 24, 2010 7:49 AM
Subject: [NYNIAGAR] WNYGS Meeting at Karpeles Library, 15 May 2010
The Karpeles Library is the world's largest private holding of
important original manuscripts and documents.
There are ten libraries across the nation, two of them in Buffalo!
WNYGS will have a tour of both.
Saturday, 15 May 2010
220 North St., corner of Elmwood Ave.
453 Porter Ave., a block west of Kleinhans Music Hall
10:30 am North St.—Brief Business Meeting
11:00 am Tour of North Library. Exhibit: Civil War Documents
12:00 pm Lunch break: Bag lunch or try an Elmwood restaurant
12:30 pm Tour of Porter Library. Exhibit: Pope Paul II and the Jews
All are welcome
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