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Re: James Coffey of Galesburg, IL 1860's
Posted by: Marie Bennett Date: May 26, 1999 at 12:04:04
In Reply to: Re: James Coffey of Galesburg, IL 1860's by Thomas W. Coffey of 1493

My mother was born in the Chicago, Ill area about 1902. My mother's maiden name was Amy Coffey, her father John and her mother Emily Hugron Coffey. My mother was the youngest of 13 children, seven of whom survived to adulthood. Their names were Walter, Lillian (who never married), Henry, John, Albert and George. I understand that my grandfater had migrated from Ireland during the potato famine. John lived in Cleveland until his death in the 30's . My mother married Paul Bradberry and moved to NJ in the late 30s. I have a cousin Walter who lives in Berwyn, Ill and is the only living member of the family that I am aware of. Emily Hugron I believe was French Canadian and may have been from Buffalo NY. Both John and Emily died in Chicago in the mid 1920s

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