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  • I don't know what years he died but if it was after social security started you couls check the social security index for death information. Also the state of Kansas may not have kept records then but maybe the city or town wher he lived at the time of his death did. You could inquire of the city or town clerk if you know which town it was. Norm April Payne wrote: Unfortunately for...
    Norm Vine Aug 21, 2006
  • Give us more to work with, what city and state was he born in or died in ? What is his date of birth, Who did he marry ? when and where ? Do you know who his parents were? Norm Vine marian wrote: hello, i have been searching for my father robert joseph hipkins jr for a long with all leads coming to a dead end so i thought i would yahoo groups as another way to have some lucky...
    Norm Vine Apr 22, 2005
  • Did you try the social security index ? dlhale57 wrote:i am researching the HALE family from Floyd co. kentucky. my dads name was Evert Hale dob 10-12-1920-dod 12-01-2000. my grandfathers name was Benjamin Hale i have no dates of birth or date of death. any help would be appreciated. --------------------------------- Yahoo! Groups Links To visit your group on the web, go to: http...
    Norm Vine Mar 8, 2004
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  • Have you tried writing to the Mass Dept of Corrections or making inquiry with the Mass State Archives in Boston ? Becky Sibio wrote:MessageI doubt it, if it's that old, you may have to contact the county it was in. Hitting up goggle wouldn't hurt first though. Peace, Beckka ********** "Won't you help to sing These songs of freedom?" - Bob Marley ********** -----Original Message...
    Norm Vine Mar 5, 2004
  • Lisa, did you try the funeral home for his SS # ? Its worth a try. Norm OhNurseLisa@^$1 wrote: Hi, I've been reading the posts about military records. I want to obtain some military records but don't have a service number or social security number. I have his place of birth, many places he was stationed, date of death, funeral home, etc. but can't seem to find those numbers. He is...
    Norm Vine Jul 3, 2003
  • Try the funeral home, they often apply for SS death benefits for the family. They may have his SSN in their records. Norm Rocco Tedesco wrote: hello, The Social Security Death records can be 20 years behind. My g-father shoued up on the records 25 plus years after his death. Service numbers were seperate from the social security numbers during the early through middle years of the...
    Norm Vine Jul 2, 2003
  • Do you know if he is deceased? You could try the social security index at family search.com or if you have an idea of when he was in the Navy you might be able to write for a copy of his miltary record. Good luck. Norm snugs20 wrote: I am stumped i am working on my grandfathers side of the tree and i have no information all of his family is gone to my knowledge all i have is a name...
    Norm Vine Jun 30, 2003
  • Jim, what was her name ? Where was she born or where did she live ? Did she have any brothers or sisters. What were her parents names ? Where did they live? Answers to all or some of these questions might offer a place to start looking. To answer your question, yes it might be possible to find out her birth date if you have some answers to the previous questions. Good luck...
    Norm Vine May 25, 2003
  • Ameya, There is a record in the social security index for a Robert Warde born 22 Mar 1921, he died 22 Mar 1998 in Los Angeles zip 91326. His social security card was issued in California also. I don't know if this is who your looking for or not but it seems he could be. Ameya wrote:Or so it seems. I know his name was Daniel Warde, from San Francisco & he married Laura Landers (who...
    Norm Vine May 25, 2003
  • You could try the National Archives in Washington or one of their regional offices. There is a military records center located in St. Louis, they may be helpful. Good luck. Norm --- Matt Johnson wrote: > Hi all. I was hoping that someone could answer a > question for me. I > have a great grandfather "William Lewis Johnson" > that died in WWI, > unfortunately this is all anyone...
    Norm Vine May 23, 2003