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    Dec 2004
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    `Seeking St Louis Researcher for project

    Hi. This is truly a shot in the dark. But nothing ventured, nothing gained. I'm from Massachusetts. Will be going camping in Tx in a couple on months with my son who shares my metal detecting hobby. We will be in an area where there is reputed to be a huge cache of gold buried in 1837 by a Sierra Madre miner who needed to bury it in a hurry. That person was an actual historical figure and this treasure is real. He was fatally injured but before he died he sent a map to an acquaintance in St Louis. That person unsuccessfully tried to find the treasure so it probably is still there. What we want to know is, Does the map still exist? I have only minimal info on that party in St Louis so need someone who like puzzles and, ideally, know what your doing; marriage records, obits, etc. If any takers hope to hear from you. Thanks.
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    An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.

    Oct 2004
    N. San Diego area (Pic of my two best 'finds'; son and grandson)
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    I consider myself a researcher.
    If you are willing to share the rewards 50/50 and pay (in advance) up to ten hours of research, let me know by PM.

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    Sep 2018
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    Howdy! Iím in St Louis Missouri and I love genealogy , Iím not an professional but have studied families for about 10 years and love to figure out the stories or mysteries of a family. I know how to research obits marriage records birth records etc.
    I could try my best to help out your research , just let me know.
    Thank you



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