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Re: Pieper info in Ne. to pass on to you
Posted by: Steve Piper Date: December 05, 2000 at 04:52:11
In Reply to: Re: Pieper info in Ne. to pass on to you by Terri Murdock of 344

Seward County, Ne. School District returned a letter answering my reply on PIPER info;
As you know "PIEPER" is Germanic; The Nebraska town Goehner was a German Settlement.
They said they have records of Norma June Pieper b. 6-18-1924, father was E.A.Pieper
Wayne Pieper b. 4-30-1928,father E.A. Piper.
Loren Henry Adolph Pieper b. 5-20-1920;
same father.
As you know,our kin in Ne. moved around alot in Ne.This may be a uncle or other relation to you,you might want to request the records anyway.
write to Betty Becker
Seward County School District
Seward County,Ne.


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