Try these guys:
Enter a first name, and a state, and then scan the resulting list for
the town you're looking for.
If it works...Bingo!
If not, you'll have to look for access to Reference USA, which is
available at many public libraries. If you need this option, then let
me know via a Request for Clarification, and tell me where YOU are
located (just the city and state), so I can see if it's available at a
library in your area.
search strategy -- Used bookmarked sites for people search.
P.S. 'Fraid Google Answers isn't accepting any new reearchers at the moment.
Clarification of Answer by
17 Nov 2005 04:14 PST
You're in luck. The Los Angeles Public Library carries the
ReferenceUSA database. And better still, it's available over the
internet, so you don't even have to leave your seat.
and click on databases.
You'll be prompted to sign in with your name and library card number
(I assume you have a library card. If not...tsk, tsk...you should get
Once in the system, find the ReferenceUSA database for Residential
(not Businesses) and click on it.
The database will open up to the 'Quick Search' screen, and you might
want to try this. But for a zip code search, you'll need to select
the 'Custom Search' screen.
From Custom Search, select 'First Name' and 'Zip Code', and then
conduct your search.