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Thomas Kaylor is dead. After extensively searching on Ancestry.com, I was able to find a marriage index that listed a Thomas L. Kaylor as marrying a woman named Rosalie in 1962. Once I added that to his profile, more records … Continue reading
I was recently contacted by some classmates of Gerald who lived in his neighborhood. They remembered him as a quiet kid who went to school and then headed straight home to help out around the house. One classmate from the … Continue reading
Thomas Kaylor was married. I found this through a search on Ancestry.com. I don’t feel it would be right to put her name on here. But I do want to talk to her. I’d like to know her point of … Continue reading
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I was recently contacted by a cousin of mine who is in the middle of a school project about Civil War ancestors. She asked if I had come across any in our family tree. I hadn’t, but it got me … Continue reading
I apologize for the long hiatus! But I promise I have the goods to make up for it. Back in October, I recieved a message from a “long-lost” relative of mine who told me Gerald was her uncle. This led … Continue reading
After a small hiatus for the holiday season, Finding Kline will be returning next week! Stay tuned for more breakthroughs and findings!
While I was in town visiting the Lebanon County Historical Society, I stopped by Gerald’s home. This is where his mother and father raised their 11 children; and where my father spent summers and holidays after the accident.
About three weeks ago I submitted a letter to the editor of the Lebanon Daily News asking their readers if they could contact me with any info about Gerald and Linda. I never heard anything back from them. Imagine my … Continue reading