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All FAUPELs in 1900 US Census (all states)

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Re: All VAUPELs in 1900 US Census (all states)

Marcia Chocinsky (View posts)
Posted: 9 May 2006 1:26PM GMT
Classification: Query
The Vaupels in Pittsburgh, PA should all be my relatives. Elmer was a soldier and my grandmothers favorite relative. He was her brother or uncle and he died fairly young of cancer. We have some nespaper on his death. I think the Catherine born in the US abt 1884 is my granndmpother - however I always thought her name was Ella Katherine and her friend called her Katy, So I'm confused. She died in 77-78. She used to have the "family bible" going way back but an antiques dealer talked her into selling it to him. It was ancient. Her mothers maiden name was Offen I believe. She married Charles Hoffmann also born in Alegheny Co. PA. I think his middle name was E for Edward if I remember correctly.
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wwjohnston 7 Dec 2005 2:41PM GMT 
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Marcia Chocinsky 9 May 2006 7:26PM GMT 
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