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JohnKleeb Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-17-05 11:30 PM
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2. Thats not him
My great grandfather was a Slovak not a Hungarian and the guy is way too old to be him too. BTW some of those images are family members of mine for sure, my great grandfather was in fact Henry Kleeb.
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  -So some of y'all have access to census records eh? JohnKleeb  Apr-17-05 04:45 PM   #0 
  - I found this:  Cooley Hurd   Apr-17-05 07:02 PM   #1 
  - Thats not him  JohnKleeb   Apr-17-05 11:30 PM   #2 
     - You might also want to check  China_cat   Apr-30-05 06:55 AM   #44 
  - I couldn't find any Kovalciks in Cambria County in 1910  fudge stripe cookays   Apr-18-05 09:38 AM   #3 
  - I meant to look in 1910 on up  JohnKleeb   Apr-18-05 02:27 PM   #9 
     - Were you able to glean anything from the census records I gave you?  Cooley Hurd   Apr-18-05 02:28 PM   #11 
     -'s 1920---  fudge stripe cookays   Apr-18-05 02:35 PM   #14 
  - Beltz: Cambria County  fudge stripe cookays   Apr-18-05 09:40 AM   #4 
  - Kleebs in Pittsburgh:  fudge stripe cookays   Apr-18-05 09:43 AM   #5 
  - Henry C Kleeb would be my great great grandfather I assume  JohnKleeb   Apr-18-05 02:28 PM   #10 
     - What was your Grandfather's name?  fudge stripe cookays   Apr-18-05 02:36 PM   #15 
        - I believe it was also Henry, I am not sure  JohnKleeb   Apr-18-05 02:42 PM   #16 
           - No Howards appearing  fudge stripe cookays   Apr-18-05 02:48 PM   #17 
           - Thats too weird  JohnKleeb   Apr-18-05 02:50 PM   #19 
              - See? That's what's fun about genealogy!  fudge stripe cookays   Apr-18-05 02:51 PM   #22 
                 - BTW if theres a Josephine Beltz from 1920, I think she'll be mid 30's  JohnKleeb   Apr-18-05 02:55 PM   #24 
           - 1920 Kleebs in Pennsylvania  fudge stripe cookays   Apr-18-05 02:49 PM   #18 
              - Try the whole state if you can please  JohnKleeb   Apr-18-05 02:51 PM   #21 
                 - I did sweetie.  fudge stripe cookays   Apr-18-05 02:52 PM   #23 
                    - Oh all of them were in Allegeny? thats weird  JohnKleeb   Apr-18-05 02:55 PM   #25 
                       - That's the county that Pittsburgh is in.  fudge stripe cookays   Apr-18-05 02:59 PM   #27 
                          - Oh yeah duh stupid me, other than Allegehny, I have no idea  JohnKleeb   Apr-18-05 03:07 PM   #28 
  - Keowns in Pittsburgh: 1910  fudge stripe cookays   Apr-18-05 09:46 AM   #6 
  - Strange, there is no Michael Keown, thats my nana's father  JohnKleeb   Apr-18-05 02:29 PM   #13 
     - Let me see if he shows up as a family member for any of these folks.  fudge stripe cookays   Apr-18-05 02:50 PM   #20 
     - Here we go....1920 21st Ward Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA  fudge stripe cookays   Apr-18-05 02:58 PM   #26 
     - Oh damnit  JohnKleeb   Apr-18-05 03:08 PM   #29 
        - How do you know?  fudge stripe cookays   Apr-18-05 03:10 PM   #30 
           - because I know  JohnKleeb   Apr-18-05 03:15 PM   #32 
              - Well this is him, sweetie.  fudge stripe cookays   Apr-18-05 03:20 PM   #34 
                 - Well then  JohnKleeb   Apr-18-05 03:26 PM   #35 
                    - Cool.  fudge stripe cookays   Apr-18-05 03:27 PM   #36 
                       - I know this about her btw, her maiden name was Joyce  JohnKleeb   Apr-18-05 03:28 PM   #37 
                          - Well, that will help!  fudge stripe cookays   Apr-18-05 03:32 PM   #38 
                          - I had this thing that I downloaded for free a long time ago  JohnKleeb   Apr-18-05 03:41 PM   #41 
                          - Looks like, from what I can read...  fudge stripe cookays   Apr-18-05 03:37 PM   #39 
                             - Hmmmm Ive never been to Pittsburgh so I have no idea where that is  JohnKleeb   Apr-18-05 03:41 PM   #40 
                                - It looks something like...  fudge stripe cookays   Apr-18-05 03:51 PM   #42 
                                   - I dont know what building that could possibly be  JohnKleeb   Apr-18-05 03:53 PM   #43 
     - Do you have his birthdate or death date?  fudge stripe cookays   Apr-18-05 03:14 PM   #31 
        - hmmmm no I dont, I believe it was in the 1870's though, I know little help  JohnKleeb   Apr-18-05 03:15 PM   #33 
  - If you just keep searching, using various methods,  fudge stripe cookays   Apr-18-05 09:51 AM   #7 
  - Kleeb, if you're in DC, you can get access for free.  CBHagman   Apr-18-05 11:03 AM   #8 
     - Hmmmm maybe I could do it someday  JohnKleeb   Apr-18-05 02:29 PM   #12 

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