Nancy Baertschi
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Nancy Baertschi

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Signed 26 Oct 2015 | 1221 contributions | 31 thank-yous | 172 connections
Nancy A. Baertschi
Born 1950s.
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Mother of [private son (1990s - unknown)]
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I am researching my family names of Baertschi, Wible, Keiler, Hock, Goldecker, Rayner, Clothier, Gilbert, Hazledine.

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Welcome to the Switzerland project!!
posted by Paula J
Hi, Nancy, I am looking at finalizing the merge of Collett-607) and Collet-47. The fathers would need merging or sorting out too. First question is which name is correct - with two t's or with one t? I don't have US sources to find out. Thanks, Cindy Bourque-573
posted by Cindy (Bourque) Cooper
Hi Nancy!

We are currently setting up a French Roots project and wondering if the project should include the French-speaking part of Switzerland. I just visited you Swiss Roots project. Do you know that there is another Swiss project called, Switzerland. Perhaps you would like to contact them and see if you could join your efforts? Have a nice day ! Isabelle

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posted by David Selman
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posted by Guy Constantineau
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posted by Sandy Edwards

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posted by Guy Constantineau
Hi Nancy,

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posted by Jeff Meurer
Hello everyone, I love genealogy and have for many years. I would live to volunteer and contribute to the family tree as well as working on my family tree that I enjoy working on and would like it to be accurate. Thank you, Nancy
posted by Nancy Baertschi

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