George Family Genealogy Forum
Karen: This is Richard George or Dick. I have been having trouble answering your message of April 18 and am trying to send this to see if everything is on go. I wanted to thank you for your research that, apparently, had more to do with my family then yours. (Although, I bet that we are related somewhere back in time). My father told me very little about his ancestry and he has been dead for 50 years. He is buried with his parents and a younger brother at the Monongahela Cemetary in North Braddock. My Aunt jessie moved to Florida many moons ago and she is also not among the living. I really did not know that Nicholas re-arrived in NY in 1912 thinking that his 1900 landing was his last. I will follow your suggestion about checking the pre-1900 stuff for his first trip here. (One wonders if he was indecisive or what?). Meanwhile, his wife Ann was in Braddock waiting for him and having my father go to work to help support the family. It starts to sound like a soap opera of the last two centuries, does in not? Trips back to the "old country" after immigrating were more common than I thought, based on my wife's information about some of her family from eastern Europe. Anyway, let me know if you get this.
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