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Julie Alexander's success story
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|Ermentrude||Report||20 Jan 2004 17:59|
My grandmother in law died in 1937, my mother in law was only 6 at the time, consequently we had no information of the Gostelow side of the family. Thanks to genes connected and other websites, my husband has about 30 second cousins and a family tree going back to the 1400s !