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Re: I need opinions. Please look?
Posted by: Alayne Hartuniewicz (ID *****5703) Date: October 23, 2012 at 09:04:39
In Reply to: Re: I need opinions. Please look? by Kathy Roberts of 29936

Oh I am sorry for not posting that and thank you so much for any help or guidance you can give to me.

My ggf -
Michael Maley census says he was b:NY Apr 1858
Marriage to Louise Peck in 1884 (no proof besides census)
Lived in Corning City, Steuben, NY - 1892, 1900
Lived in Muskegon MI 1902 - 1911
Then I nothing. I can't find a death certificate or anything further. Family doesn't remember anything about him leaving or passing on.


Louise Peck was born in Ohio 1865 in Aug. She lists her father being born in France and mother in England consistently. The parents I have are Truman D Pack and Agnes Clark but I think they are incorrect as they list NY and Con as their birthplaces.

The family remembers the mother of Louise as being Ann and I have found a Mary Ann but only once on census and it is listed as Anna O'Maley b: 1837 and Phillip O'Maley b:1897 on a census living with her after Mike was gone. I have searched for them also and nothing. Could have been a census takers error on the name and actually her brother and mother? Why O'Maley when Maley was the correct name? All seems like a guess to me. I think she died in Muskegon MI at age 65 but no death cert on her either.

Thanks again.


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