Samuel E Short – Found proof to parentage~

As a researcher I have to have actual proof as to the parentage on people – some document or record~
All have Asa Short and Olive Burill as parents to Samuel – but I had no proof – until now~
I found this today while researching Samuel………
June 14, 1973 Asa Short Genalogy - The Wellsboro Gazette (Wellsboro, Pennsylvania)
June 14, 1973 Asa Short Genalogy – The Wellsboro Gazette (Wellsboro, Pennsylvania)

2 Comments on “Samuel E Short – Found proof to parentage~

  1. Welcome Sharon – many cross these lines I work on – love how everyone is coming on board and helping me prove who we are~ Hugs


  2. Thank you Coni, these people are relatives on my husbands side thru his aunt, I also have information on more of the Short family given to me last year while visiting in Pennsylvania.


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