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Re: Missing and Illegitimate
No one should be groaning. I think people should periodically restate their
search because new people join us all the time that might have the missing
key to a puzzle.
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Sent: Monday, September 18, 2000 11:35 AM
Subject: Re: Missing and Illegitimate
> In the case of my grandfather, I would find only a grave. He had to have
> in his mid-to-late thirties in 1912. My grandparents and parents didn't
> families until much later in life . . . and, no, I'm not saying this to
> myself sound younger. I'm in my fifties and THRILLED to have made it this
> far. If you knew my family, you'd understand. (Joking, children. Just
> The last place my grandfather was seen was in Exeter, Missouri, in 1912
> mother was 9 yrs. old then.). I hear the groaning from those who have
> heard the story so I won't repeat it. Anyway, his name was Wilbur Fisk St.
> Clair. I haven't even be able to locate a grave or death certificate.
> Johnnye St. Clair-Gerhardt
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