"More information on the "Historical Atlas of Wisconsin..." that I have for sale.There is a full page map of each county with townships shown in 2" x 2". The section numbers are also visible. Railroads, churches, schools, towns,…"
"Thank you to all who shared your suggestions. However, I may still have a problem in that I had my son's named legally changed when he was 5 yrs old. His biological father's obit lists him with his birth name. So neither I nor my son have…"
"I have the "Historical Atlas of Wisconsin embracing complete State and County Maps, City and Village Plats, 1878". Published by Snyder, Van Vechten & Co. of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It is in excellent condition, measures 16" x 12…"
How do I get a copy of the death certificate or death record of my son's father (who is now my deceased ex-husband)? I want a copy not only for the genealogy information it contains, but for the possible cause of death which may warn my son of possible health problems. I have no health information about the family and have had no contact with them for more than 25 years. The PA Vital Records website says that I need to be a member of the immediate or extended family to obtain a copy.…See More
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