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Re: Charles Stein McKeesport, Pennsylvania
Posted by: Tim Gruber (ID *****9026) Date: July 28, 2009 at 08:25:53
In Reply to: Re: Charles Stein McKeesport, Pennsylvania by Lori Ferguson of 738

Hopefully the death certificate will have the info you're looking for. It's a shame there wasn't an obit. If he was killed in an accident there would be something in the paper about it especially if it happened locally. Normally when people extract info for obituary indexes such things are not included. An ancestor of mine was killed in a wagon accident in 1851. There was no death notice or obituary for him. There was, however, a long article about the accident on the first page.

BTW we are trying to get Pennsylvania's older state death certificates online: http://users.rcn.com/timarg/PaHR-Access.htm


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