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Re: Jane Philadelphia circa 1850- 1880
Posted by: Diana Curtiss (ID *****2492) Date: November 15, 2002 at 20:47:23
In Reply to: Re: Jane Philadelphia circa 1850- 1880 by Jean Inlow of 45

I just found your response to Jack Laravea. He was my Mom's half-brother. My Mom is 78 and he was older. My grandmother was Isabelle Cunningham Laravea and was married to Lewis Merrick Laravea, and Jack I think just took his name and was never formally adopted by my grandfather. Jack left home at a young age and hitchhiked to California where he lived until his death several years ago. My mother is Mary Lou Laravea. She had a sister Dorothy Jean and a brother Howard Hugh Laravea, both of whom are deceased. My Mom is alive and well and lives in Arizona. This is the first news I have heard about him, if it is the same person, in a long time. Laravea is such an unusual name, it must be some relation. Thank you for responding, and if you have any more info, please write back! Thank you. Diana Curtiss


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