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Re: Charles R. Neillie, "City Forester" of Cleveland
Posted by: Karen Curran (ID *****0222) Date: May 22, 2011 at 16:43:32
In Reply to: Charles R. Neillie, "City Forester" of Cleveland by Parpar of 327

Hello Parpar,

I found an interesting article which has a few family names connected to Charles Neillie.

The Charleroi Mail
Charleroi, Pennsylvania
July 13, 1937

LOCALS

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Neillie and Mrs. Charles Neillie returned to Cleveland, Ohio Saturday after visiting here for several days with Mrs. Neillie's sisters, Mrs. Thomas Meikie(Melkie?) and Mrs. John Robson. Miss Elinor Mae Caldwell returned with them to spend a month's vacation with her aunt, Mrs. Charles Neillie.


The Charleroi Mail
Charleroi, Pennsylvania
September 8, 1938

LOCALS

Thomas Caldwell, Howard Robson, Frank Thompson and Emile Governor were among the local persons who attended the National Air Races at Cleveland this past week end. They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Neillie and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Neillie, relatives of both Mr. Caldwell and Mr. Robson.



Hope this helps,
Karen


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