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Getting US Phone Numbers
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Meron Lavie
2018-02-06 19:36:54 UTC
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Hi All,

I have finally managed to track down some long lost distant relatives.
However, getting their phone numbers seems next to impossible. Web searches
turn up the usual suspects (spokeo, whitepages, peoplefinder, etc.), but the
numbers are always disconnected or so old that the present owner of the
number has never heard of the people I'm asking for.

Any suggestions?

Meron Lavie
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2018-02-09 03:23:32 UTC
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My only suggestion is this ...

You could handwrite letters to the areas local synagogues or Jewish
Community Center and inquire as to whether they could pass on your
letter if they know the person / family you are seeking ... They
would do so in my very large Jewish Community here in Norfolk area ..
can't speak for others ....

Stacye Mehard
Norfolk, Virginia
Post by Meron Lavie
I have finally managed to track down some long lost distant relatives.
However, getting their phone numbers seems next to impossible. Web searches
turn up the usual suspects (spokeo, whitepages, peoplefinder, etc.), but the
numbers are always disconnected or so old that the present owner of the
number has never heard of the people I'm asking for.
Any suggestions?
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Don't miss the first IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
to be held in Eastern Europe and our 38th overall! The Warsaw, Poland
Hilton Hotel & Conference Center will be the base for lectures, panels,
networking, and historic excursions and a unique Resource Village!

Mark your calendar for 5-10 August 2018 and visit iajgs2018.org for details.
Early registration is now open through 28 April 2018.
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http://youtu.be/nASSn4rDXh4
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