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Tasmania Search for Mimmy Fuge or any relatives

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Peter

Peter Report 15 Apr 2013 16:16

Hi all,
anyone have any contacts in Tasmania particularly in the Riverside area of Launceston I am trying to locate a relative or their family a Mrs TT H Fuge last known to be in this area I have a telephone number which is no longer obtainable and an old address I have made contact with the local genealogy group but they were not very helpfull and suggested i write to the old address which i have done without result .
As the person I am trying to contact is a senior citizen it may be they are in a retirement home or care center and only the immediate family know the location I wonder if anyone has a contact in the area who may be able to assist me, any help would be fantastic.
many thanks
Peter

Mark

Mark Report 15 Apr 2013 17:47

Hello

Just a thought Peter have you tried searching on this site in case someone else is researching the same person and may also be in contact

Good Luck

Valerie

Valerie Report 17 Apr 2013 04:06

Hi Peter ....try the 'TAS State Library' (on-line) they have an 'Ask a Librarian' service ...to check electoral rolls -past & present .....and newspaper death notices (for the less common names!).
Valerie (WAus)

Cynthia

Cynthia Report 17 Apr 2013 13:54

New poster - friendly message on how to return to thread sent. :-)

Peter

Peter Report 25 Apr 2013 23:25

Hi Valerie thanks for the suggestion I will give that a try.
many thanks :-)