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Re: [PA] DEATH CERTIFICATES IN PA
In Response To: Re: [PA] DEATH CERTIFICATES IN PA ()
Didn't we talk before about the Saunders? I think we did. My g-g uncle lived in Upper Tyrone Twp No 1. This is what is on the 1920 census. I've only been to Pittsburgh once in my live to meet the g-g grandchildren of my uncle. Needless to say it was not a very good trip and I met a total of 5 people. My uncle's occupation was listed as "Blast furnance." Does this mean he was working in one of the steel plants there?
My uncle died between 1920-1930. On the 1930 census his wife is a widow and working as a chambermaid in a hotel. Do you know what hotel(s) was around in that area at that time? A PA death certificate costs $34 if you do not know the exact date of death. They will do a 10 year search. You are right about the relationship issue. I am going to call before I send my application and money.