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Finding Host of removed web-page.

I need to find the host of a web page that was removed a couple of months ago.  How would I go about this?
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lewiso
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
What info do you have to go on or search with?  And what do you mean by 'removed'?
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Pasha KravtsovSupport EngineerCommented:
Just google the website name followed by a whois.
For example
"site.com whois" in google
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lewisoAuthor Commented:
To all:

Thanks for your responses.  I'm trying to find more info on an entity by the name of Boedai Enterprises, or a similar name.  They previously came up as a concern having to do with machinists's jigs, but this dropped off the web a few months ago.  By that I mean it previously came up in google, but no longer does that.

My imediate goal is to get a copy of this webpage, which, again, dealt with services for or by machinist's.  In particular, they mentioned jigs, but anything related to this company, located in Rockaway, Queens, New York would be helpful.

However, please don't refer to those business info sites which claim to know something about the business such as number of employees,etc.;  that is just nonsense.

It's the specific services, or offer of services, that I need.

Thanks.

LewisO
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Scott Fell, EE MVEDeveloper & EE ModeratorCommented:
If you knew the web address, you can use the waybackmachine to see their old site https://archive.org/
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