I took a German History course with Family History hoping to find more about my Pust family. Actually I did find out a few more threads: like Gramma's full name - Johanna Ducette Lucke. Grampa was born in Zentren, Prussia which was actually northern Poland as we know it now.
The picture below has Uncle Alfred, Aunt Mary with cousins Joe, Dorothy, Gladys and Lomey. This was one of their trips to either Idaho or Washington visiting with family. Haven't been able to find anything about them. Not sure but think their surnames were 'Pust'.
Hopefully this flu that is going around so that I can go to Spokane in July for convention. I would like to look for family that lives around there. Have a good evening and will look forward to anyone who can help. Thanks
Hey All I have been busy cleaning rooms and computers since the Cov19 started.
Surprisingly I find all kinds of things while doing this in the house and on the computer. I was going through all files regarding members of the family I set up. For some reason a few files were sent to others when my PC went down.
I have been tracking the Brose and Pust family since taking the course on German History. Today I found a couple of misplaced files that had some information I hadn't followed. In one was a very small newspaper clip regarding Uncle William Brose and Ellen Goodridge of Edmonton, Alberta. Most of the ad was missing other than their names and something about a bride. In another file I found a letter from the Iron Range Historical Soc. than had even more info re Wlliam Brose Sr.
I will be happy when this flu flies away and we can get back to going out and finding more stuff. I think I will start planning a trip to Edmonton and the Provincial Archives. But in the meantime I can let my fingers do the talking. lol. How is everyone doing with their research? If I can help anyone with research here in Alberta or other places in Canada let me know.
Hope to hear from you
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