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Re: The Plumer Genealogy by S. Perley
Posted by: Scott Pakulski Date: May 20, 2000 at 18:02:33
In Reply to: The Plumer Genealogy by S. Perley by Carolyn Estes of 91

To Whom It May Concern:

My wife, Jeanette (Plumer) Pakulski and I reside in the state of Maine. Her father, Charles Francis Plumer, died on May 3, 2000 at the age of 74. He was born in Brookline, Mass. on Feb. 9, 1926 to Herbert E. Plumer and Bertha (Antone) Plumer. His father, Herbert, divorced his mother (or vis versa) in 1931 and was never seen or heard from again.

Since Charlie's recent death, my wife and I are fixated on finding information regarding Herbert Plumer. As my wife's grandfather, anf great-grandfather to my children, we need to make closure on his history.

We know very little about Herbert Plumer, however, I ran a SS Death Index search on his name and came up w/ the following:

Birth: 4 April 1901
Death: June 1987
Town. New Castle, NH (Rockingham Co.)
SS#: 003-36-7704 (issued 1963)
Occ.: Physician (Mass General)

If you have any information on his history, please let us know. He seems to have been a very mysterious person and we are anxious to know more about him.

Thanks,

Scott Pakulski


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