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Re: Dr. O'Conner of Goldfield help
Posted by: marge Date: July 14, 2001 at 00:07:23
In Reply to: Re: Dr. O'Conner of Goldfield help by Marge of 128

I'm guessing, but Dr. O'Connor was probably there from 1902-1904 - a group of nuns came to help him and with them came Marie Hager - a young german immigrant - when the nuns left she didn't want to go -- and since a single man and woman working together was a scandal - they went to Tonapah and married. Marie's father died in 1905 in St. Helena, CA and I found the O'connors in SF in May following the great earthquake -- their first child was born in Oct of 1906. When was your great grandma born? Marge


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