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Re: [S-R] Thank you, Maureen

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  • Maureen Pulignano
    You might try getting death certs, then SS-5s. All deceased people with Social Security numbers are not listed in the SSDI. All you really need is the date of
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 27, 2001
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      You might try getting death certs, then SS-5s. All deceased people with Social
      Security numbers are not listed in the SSDI. All you really need is the date of
      death and the number.
      Maureen

      SantiDClaireS@... wrote:

      > Thanks again, Maureen for the additional suggestions. Yes, my dad did have a
      > SSN, after he got out of the Navy. Sent for his form 5 but it didn't tell me
      > any thing I didn't already know but at least I have something with his
      > beautiful handwriting on it. I think I found the older brother Mike and have
      > sent for his, Italian mothers like the name Joseph and so there are a lot of
      > Joseph Santi(s) on SSDI with SSN issued in PA, so I'm not sure which one to
      > send for, I need to find George, he might be a better bet than Joseph. I
      > don't think the girls ever worked outside the home, found a Joseph Vascik
      > that I think might be the husband of Agnes, and a couple of Steve Mistricks
      > but neither of the women show up on SSDI. I will send to PA for a birth
      > certificate for my dad, maybe I'll luck out as you did. Thanks again,
      > Dorothy
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