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Old 01-23-2006, 06:23 AM
Location: Maryland
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I'm doing some genealogy research on my family. My grandfather, Samuel James Patterson, lived in Tarentum, PA during the early 1900s. Specifically at 610 E 5th Ave. 1917 during WWI and at 208 Main St. according to the 1920 census. Does anyone know what type of addresses these are, like homes, apartments etc. Also if they are original structures can anyone up there get some pictures for me? Any assistannce would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 01-28-2006, 01:05 AM
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um...i'm not far from tarentum and there are alot older houses around 5th ave., but theres new structures too. i go down to the harley shop called gattos every once in awhile so if i remember i'll check it for ya. and good luck searching...
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