~ Queries

Visitors are welcome to submit a query with the hope that someone else is researching the same family name or a volunteer might be able to help.

How to write a query

Queries will be posted that follow  the guidelines and include a contact email.

I personally do not have the time to respond to every inquiry.

  • One or two surnames per query
  • All pertinent dates that you know
  • Complete location as you know it
  • Keep query focused to what you are looking for... a marriage, birth, death, spouse, parents, etc.  You can post more than one query for the same surname.
  • Do not include unnecessary information - just the facts
  • Be sure to include a reply email along with your name with permission to post.



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