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Re: looking for any of my cousins
Posted by: deb grinstead jones (ID *****2722) Date: June 02, 2010 at 19:48:17
In Reply to: Re: looking for any of my cousins by Jodie Grinstead of 309

Yes, your husband is my cousin, his mom is Betty and Richard was one of my dads younger brothers. I still live south of Chicago in Beecher. Grandma Grinstead (Isabella) and Grandpa (Jesse Noah) are buried at Mount Vernon Cemetary in Lemont Illinois across from Cog Hill golf course. I visit the graves at least twice a year. Grandma Grinstead's maiden name was George, father from Italy, her mother Mary Mckay was from Scotland. I am on Ancestry.com and have traced our family back to East Grinstead England (South of London). Email me and I will give you my home # and we can speak. Aunt Jeannie (died at 30 cancer) Delores Jean (buried by grandma and Grandpa) Kathy aunt Mary's daughter died at 20 Cancer. Tommy Aunt Mary's son is buried at a cemetary in (Oakland Memory Garden) in Dolton. I know uncle Richard, Betty and your husband lived on the south side of Chicago. I am an RN manager in the Intensive Care Unit.

Look forward to hearing from you
Deb Grinstead Jones


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