Monday, January 31, 2000
Thursday, January 27, 2000
First you must know when and where your relatives died. If you don't know start with the OCFA to track down burial information. Once you have a date and place you can find an obituary that may list names and places of children. You can then use 411 or telephone listings to track them down. Another option would be to contact the funeral home and request contact with the next of kin listed.