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How to Track Down Your Long-Lost Relatives in the Old Country, Wherever That May Be

Published On 05/25/2018 Published On 05/25/2018
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Mike Pellinni
"Family stories often come with a lot of things that aren't right. They've been twisted through the years."
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I can't tell you how many people invited me into their homes... simply because they were glad someone was researching local families.
My great-grandparents had a son born in Italy. I never knew he existed, either.
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I found myself wishing they had never left home. Which is an unsettling thought to take to its logical conclusion.
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