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Re: my part of the Gandy tree
Posted by: Charlotte Patterson (ID *****5050) Date: June 27, 2008 at 20:55:11
In Reply to: my part of the Gandy tree by Debra McDonald of 1031

Debra, Some of my distant family moved to TX, so I thought we had a connection. We may, but I don't know. I subscribe to Ancestry, so I looked at census records. I found your father and his parents in 1920. Your dad was living with aunt & uncle in 1930. Based on Harvey's age, I tried to find him with his parents in 1900 and 1910. If I'm right, I found him with his mother & stepfather in both censuses. The ages match. I also found his WWI registration and your father's brother Harvey L., Jr.'s WWII record. Saved the info. Will e-mail it to you. Charlotte mrscharlotteATgmail.com


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