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From: Kasey Richard <>
Subject: Re: GEORGE
Date: Sun, 12 Dec 2004 21:03:49 -0800 (PST)
I'm looking for my grandfather and his family:
Henry Wendell George
Born January 17, 1898
Newark, New Jersey
son of Wendell George
and ?? Bouvier (?)
has several siblings, some are:
Nellie George who lived in both Texas and Mississippi and had two children
Henry Wendell George was one of the youngest and was placed in an orphanage, possibly in New Jersey or New York City, when his mother died, he married Enola Sanchez in Louisiana about 1921 (?) and worked for Texas Oil Company (Texaco). He died May 7, 1934 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, leaving two children, Henry David George and Doris George.
If anyone has anyone close to these people, please let me know.
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GEORGE-D Digest Volume 04 : Issue 41
#1 New Bill Will Close Records to Gen [Dixie Hickey ]
#2 GEORGE - brick walls [Audrey Bowne ]
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Date: Fri, 10 Dec 2004 15:17:25 -0600
From: Dixie Hickey
Subject: New Bill Will Close Records to Genealogists
PLEASE CONTACT YOUR SENATORS ASAP!!!
New Bill Will Close Records to Genealogists
HR10, which was mentioned in the 13 October issue of RootsWeb Review, has
passed out of the U.S. House of Representatives and is now part of S.2845.
The amendments suggested by David Rencher in his letter to the bill's
sponsor, Congressman J. Dennis Hastert, were NOT incorporated into this
legislation. Thus, the terms of HR10 will now be considered by the Senate,
as part of S.2845.
If S.2845 becomes law, as now written, family historians will face some
real challenges in attempts to obtain birth records, even on long-deceased
individuals. Specifically, what genealogists need to do is suggest to their
lawmakers the addition of Sec. 3061(b)(1)(A)(iii) that would read: "who is
alive on the date that access to their birth certificate is requested."
This addition would clarify that the legislation (soon to be law) applies
ONLY to birth certificates of CURRENTLY LIVING PERSONS. If you do not know
your U.S. Senator's e-mail address, you can find it at
This bill can be found online at
http://thomas.loc.gov/ Put in S.2845 (in the bill
number window) and then select item No. 3; and go to Subtitle B--Identity
Management Security; Chapter 2--Improved Security for Birth Certificates.
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Date: Sat, 11 Dec 2004 08:52:50 -0800 (PST)
From: Audrey Bowne
Subject: GEORGE - brick walls
Would everyone post their brick walls and or who they would like info on
I am looking for desc of
Oscar P George
b aprox 1829 Ohio
Elizabeth Ann Badgero/w
brothers and sisters ?
mother and father ?
also looking for info on all BOWNE families world wide b all years and who thy are married to
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