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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mackaydon View Post
    Deep,
    That address relates to a home that was built in 1880--and is still occupied.
    Have you thought of giving the letter to a next of kin if one could be found?
    https://www.spokeo.com/PA/Union-City/45-Waterford-St
    Don.....
    PS: BTW, I checked the four cemeteries in Union City; no Kate, Catherine or Katherine King buried there.
    Don the letter is coming from St Joseph Missouri? If she were buried in Union City there would be no need for the letter? Which probably wills the recipient all her gold and property? Why not?
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    I'm practically an expert at locating pieces of aluminum with a metal detector... cans, siding, ptabs, you name it.

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    That's super cool! I would love to see a scan of the letter!

    I am from NE Ohio as well... you've got to be the guy who hunted out all the good sites around here lol just kidding.
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    open the letter!!!
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    An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.

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    If it were in my possession, I wouldn't open it until I had exhausted all reasonable means to locate one of her kin.
    Once opened however, it may provide another lead to her kin.
    Don...
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    I'm practically an expert at locating pieces of aluminum with a metal detector... cans, siding, ptabs, you name it.

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    I'd open it. I honestly don't think that there is anything inside that's like sensitive information or anything... especially if it's almost 90 years old. If you guys are so worried about something inside being life-changing for the heirs wouldn't it be the best idea to open it first?
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    • Silvers: 1942 Washington
    • Flat buttons: 16
    • Military buttons: 1
    • Indian artifacts, points, etc: 2

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    The several boxes of my stamp collection is in the eave closets (one on each side of my upstairs). My upstairs is wall to wall junk...

    I have to rid myself of my laziness, and risk my very serious fear of spiders to move everything away from the little doors to the closets. I'll get there, as I DO have a need to look further into this. Pardon me for being utterly worthless at this point in my life....

    Stamp collecting is a forgotten pastime today, and that's a danged shame.
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    An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.

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    Living with spiders can't be anything like living with scorpions; get up there !!
    Don.....

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    My wife was born and raised in UC-PA. I've been there. We caught lightning bugs and had a frog jumping contest with all my kido's and their cousins. Haven't been there in the last 25+ years I would say, but I'll bet money it hasn't changed much from then.

 

 
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