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From: theresa leeser <>
Subject: Re: [Ger-Sur] Thank You [Ger Sur] !!
Date: Sat, 20 Nov 2004 17:19:55 -0800 (PST)
You're very welcome. Thank you for the 1900 address conversion. I think I understand how to do it now.
Garden Grove, CA.
Dave Witthans <> wrote:
Thank you members of the German Surname List!!!
I was able to find 5 living relatives who were on the 1930 Census!
There are not too many people in the US who can look at a Census document with their name on it from 74 years ago.
My special thanks for supplying the JPG files to:
Darlene Dowhaniuk of Canada; and,
Theresa Leeser of Garden Grove, CA.
And thanks for steering me to this [Ger Sur] List:
Valentine of the mysterious cyber-land.
Really appreciate all your help, Dave Witthans
P.S. I got tired of trying to find stats of the population for each age to determine the odds of making this unique group.
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