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Faus family Tree PA>Iowa-Ill henry faus
Posted by: LD Pierce Date: July 27, 2001 at 19:55:33
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I am researching faus surname. Descendants of Henry Faus and Thomas Faus. Orig. from the Pennsylviania area close to Philadelphia. My faus's moved to Iowa and Illinois and then Texas and Colorado
Have much about these from researchs of siser Mary Euphrasia a catholic sister in Wichita kansas area. Her real name was Ruth Lavinia. She worked on this line for many years in the 1950-s and 1960s. Have republished much of her work on my website but it appears the website will go off line soon. (it was a free no pay website) I will still list the site below in case it still works

Will Post more here later

LD Pierce
P.O. Box 86 GAGE OK 73843

http://facelink.com/LDokla my photo page
http://members.nbci.com/ldpierce/index.html genealogy stuff
http://members.nbci.com/aastuff/index.html friends of Bill W click here
http://members.nbci.com/bellhop2/index.html
johnny roventini web pages. Worlds most famous bellhop
http://members.nbci.com/ldpierce/eztone.html eztone door chime homepage

http://members.ebay.com/aboutme/chimeguy1/ my ebay about me page
on this page there is a link to my ebay current auctions


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