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I am new to tracing my family tree, I have gotten back to my Grandfather Albert C Miller left St. Louis Missouri in the 40's have not been heard of since. If someone could lead me in adirection that might help find more family members. I believe my Great Grandfather's name was William Miller and his wife might be Anna not sure of this.
I have access to all the US Census records. I would be willing to see if I can locate your family for you. There is a lot of information that can be garnered from the census records. Was your grandfather born in St. Louis? about what year? Once I locate him, we find his parents and maybe grandparents.
If the managers of the Lovesky and the Debbie -Davis- Lovejoy families would contact me I would love to Know if some of the missing Wason's on your tree are any of my relatives. My grandfather did have a brother by the name of Henry. He also had a sister by the name of Grace. Any other people out there with missing Wason on their tree please feel free to contact me.
Я училась в колледже с Царевым Михаилом, это в Омске. Сейчас знаю что Миша живет и трудится в Москве, адреса его почты не знаю, но точно знаю что он есть в сети одноклассник. Миша где-то 80-81 года рождения. В Омск вроде переехали, но я могу и ошибаться.
I'm working on our family tree and trying to figure out how deep to go.
I've got a cousin who is a female and married. She is entered into the tree as married, and I included their children as I felt that they would still count. However, if those children have children, I'm then branching off into a new family tree, right? Is it customary to include those people in the tree, or not?