York countian seeks info about his sister: ‘Her death was a painful time’ – Linked in to history, 1/18/13
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York County’s Gary E. Heiland, longtime contributor of interesting information to this blog, is looking for information on his oldest sister, Alice L. Heiland. ‘Although I was born in 1936, twenty years after her death, I have always wanted to know more about her,’ he wrote. Alice was a victim of a childhood disease. ‘Her death was a painful time for the family,’ he wrote and added, ‘Childhood diseases in that era caused much misery for people. This is a funeral bulletin for Alice, which bears no name. This suggests to Gary that it took place at home and not at a funeral home. The best information Gary has is that Alice was born on Dec. 15, 1914 and died on March 19, 1916. If you have any information, contact him at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Also of interest: Simple life in York County not that simple.
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