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From: "Joan Capobianco" <>
Subject: Re: [Ger-Sur] Re: GERMAN-SURNAMES-D Digest V05 #212
Date: Wed, 25 May 2005 00:27:37 -0400
Try interment.com or obituaries in the local library. They may have a death
announcement in their archives. That, or local historical societies.
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Sent: Saturday, April 09, 2005 11:08 AM
Subject: [Ger-Sur] Re: GERMAN-SURNAMES-D Digest V05 #212
> In a message dated 4/8/2005 8:55:47 PM Central Standard Time,
> Many thanks to all who have responded to my quest for Edward J. Hiemenz.
> The Edward J. Hiemenz listed on the Ancestry.com family tree is the fella
> whom I am searching. This tree has been entered by a long-distance
> Nancy Thomas and I have supplied her w/some of the information included
> I know where the family lived until Edward or his sister Martha's death
> this does not seem to help me finding him. While the family was Catholic,
> Edward elected not to practice this religion so I cannot check the parish
> churches in the vicinity of their home. I could check the funeral parlor
> many of the other family members were serviced but I believe that I need a
> date. I feel that they will just not check over a period of years w/just
> a name.
> One of these days, he will be unearthed!!!!!!!!!!!!
> Again, thanks to all.
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