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Rhumboogie
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Hello to everyone. There used to be a colume in the VI daily news called the hook line and sinker. My cousin Rick Mizell was one of the co founders I think. Anyway he passed away in 92 at the V.A. in SanJaun. My question is: Is there a web site that might help me track down an Obit for him or a public records web site there that might help? Also any long timers out there that might have known him please let me know. I am trying to put together a little Bio on him for future members of my family. Thank you so much in advance for any info that you may give. Take care Rhumboogie.

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Topic starter Posted : September 29, 2006 1:25 pm
Marty on STT
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Did you try www.virginislandsdaily news.com ?

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Posted : October 1, 2006 11:16 am
Rhumboogie
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Yes I sure did Marty. I want to thank you for the reply. I was beginning to think that some of the people on this site were thinking that I was a troll or something. I was getting a bit discouraged. The paper gave a few of the undertakersin the area and their phone#s and addresses. the ones that I got in touch with did not do it or they did not keep records that far back. Is there a hall of records web site for the VI? if there is what is it ? two more things if I may , what is the web site address for the local phone book? and Is there a web site for the commercial fishermen on the Island? Thank you again for your help and if you can find any more info on this matter it would be greatfully appreciated. Well have a great week.

-Rhumboogie

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Topic starter Posted : October 1, 2006 6:10 pm
East Ender
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Rhumb: The Enid Baa Library keeps old newspapers. At one time they were putting things on microfiche, a technology that is probably past its prime. But you would have to search in person. If your cousin died in PR, the death certificate would be filed there, I believe. Very few of the government offices have websites here.

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Posted : October 1, 2006 7:15 pm
dntw8up
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Rhumb,

The local phone book is available here: viphonebook.com.

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Posted : October 1, 2006 10:54 pm
STT Resident
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Just a thought but you might want to log onto our online St Thomas Source newspaper, go to the Open Forum and post your request there. It could be worth a try. Cheers.

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Posted : October 2, 2006 2:05 am
Marty on STT
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See, Rhum? Lots of good info now! I guess the rest of the board was just out enjoying 'paradise' before! Haha! Good luck.

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Posted : October 2, 2006 11:30 am
Rhumboogie
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Thank you all for the feedback! It's been a great help. I guess that you were right Marty. hopefully Pretty soon I will be one of you guys enjoying the sunshine away from the headaches of the main land. I have one more question for now: How many ISP's do you have in STT and which is the most reliable? East Ender, You were right. I went to a VA. site and through their help I found out alot of info. Again thank you all for your help in this matter. I hope that everyone has a great week and an even better weekend. -Rhum

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Topic starter Posted : October 2, 2006 9:10 pm
dntw8up
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Hi Rhumb.

A list of local ISPs along with their speeds and prices can be found here: https://www.vimovingcenter.com/infrastructure/

We have wireless broadband throught Ackley for $99/month and have found their service to be extremely reliable.

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Posted : October 2, 2006 11:37 pm
Ronnie
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You can call Beverly Smith in the Von Scholten Collection at the Library. 340 774-0630. She should be able to find the obit if you have the date.

RL

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Posted : October 4, 2006 10:18 am
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