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Maureen Simonsen

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JeanetteB Report 7 Apr 2013 05:17

I am trying to find my cousin Maureen Simonsen, born c 1934 in New York. Her parents names were Margaret Henry married to Edward R Simonsen. In 1940 her age was given as 6 years old.They lived in New Jersey. I believed Maureen married
and has a family. That is all I know about her. My Aunt died in 1978 (thanks to genes reunited for the info)


Flip Report 7 Apr 2013 05:47

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JeanetteB Report 17 Apr 2013 12:10

I am trying to find children of my cousin Maureen Simonsen . She married John F Murray sometime between 1957-1959. She was born c1934 and lived in New Jersey. Also I wonder if there is any record of her stating that she is still alive. Her mothers maiden name was Margaret Henry. She married Edward R Simonsen.
Regards Jeanette


Reggie Report 17 Apr 2013 13:41


You were asked on your previous thread not to start another one.............


MarieCeleste Report 17 Apr 2013 19:21

Jeanette, if a person has already been covered in a previous thread then you need to add your request to that thread. Genes have a rule about only one thread per person and that's so we don't duplicate research already done and also so we can see the background information in context.

For future reference, just use the "My Threads" link on the left, select the appropriate thread and add your query to it - it then moves back to the front of the boards.

Meanwhile, I'll copy this latest request to your old thread.


JeanetteB Report 1 May 2015 16:42

I am still trying to find this Cousin Maureen Murray (nee Simonsen) or any family
that she may have had. I wonder if she still lives in the New Jersey area? that is if she is still alive.


greyghost Report 1 May 2015 16:54

Jeanette - please take notice of what has been previously said about only using one thread about a person. Perhaps there are no answers to your particular question because there are none to find with information that is available!

Not everything is available to find.

Click here to get to your original thread


Peahen Report 2 May 2015 17:47

Jeanette it is important to read the heading ABSOLUTE BASICS FOR BEGINNERS. I think you will find this will help you to understand what you should do in adding a thread to this site.

A lot of work goes into searching a request on a thread and all members do this voluntarily.

In order to help you, it is important that you stick to one thread. There is guidance on how to get back to an original thread.

Good luck.