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Surnames - LaBuhn, Richard,and Bescher

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Re: Surnames - LaBuhn, Richard,and Bescher

Posted: 11 Oct 2012 3:57PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Richard
What is your source for including Frank in the list of Joanna's siblings? I have documented Joseph, Anthony, Martha and Rosa, but not Frank. (There was also a daughter Catherina who died in infancy in 1898.)

I am researching my paternal grandfather, Frank J. Richard (1880-1959). Everything I know about him matches up with this family. His 1917 draft registration lists John as his father's first name, and when his wife died in about 1950 he moved to that part of Huron County. But he is not listed as part of this household in the 1900 census. He was 20 years old and still single and I haven't found him anywhere else in the U.S. census for that year either.

I can't find any other connection between Frank and the family you referred to. It would be extremely helpful if you could let me know what source you used to include him in your list. Thank you.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
PTigney 24 Jan 2004 1:28AM GMT 
thomasker2 27 Jan 2004 3:59PM GMT 
PTigney 27 Jan 2004 5:02PM GMT 
thomasker2 27 Jan 2004 5:14PM GMT 
PTigney 27 Jan 2004 5:37PM GMT 
rrichard63 12 Oct 2012 5:15PM GMT 
rrichard63 11 Oct 2012 9:57PM GMT 
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