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From: "Joy" <>
Subject: Re: reposting....1900 census help and Americanized version of Myrine
Date: Thu, 16 Jun 2005 22:42:19 -0700
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Daraleen,
Yes, as far as I know they were Catholic. How would I check Catholic
records? There's bound to be many Catholic churches.
Callin' it a night.........
Joy
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Subject: Re: reposting....1900 census help and Americanized version of
Myrine


>
> Joy,:
>
> I have the following children of Joseph Sr
> and Mary/Marie
> Joseph b. 1867
> Marie b. unk
> Emilie b. 1870
> Charles b. 1873
> Theodore b. 1875
> George b. 1877
> Leo b. 1879
> Otokar b. 1881
> Otillie b. 1881 twin
>
>
>
> The 1880 census - Milwaukie, WI
>
> Joseph, 38, Bohemia
> Maria, 32, Bohemia
> Mary, 12, Wisconsin
> Emalie, 10, WI
> Joseph, 8, WI
> Charles, 6, WI
> Theodore, 4, WI
> George, 2, WI
> Benedict, 1, WI
>
> Now, supposing George was closer to 3 than 2 and Benedict / Leo was closer
> to 2 than 1, Frank "could" fit in there. Was this a Catholic family?
> If so
> you need to check some Catholic records.
>
> Also, as Ruth said, Joseph (Sr) is with Frank in the 1910 census
> identified
> as father. And Mary & William are right next door, with Joseph & Wilda 2
> houses away (or they "could" be next door if the family in between them
> lived
> across the street).
>
> Daraleen
>
>
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