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Re: Allan Osborne Mccavour
Posted by: Ann Allison (ID *****2787) Date: September 08, 2013 at 04:55:25
In Reply to: Allan Osborne Mccavour by Paula Steinke of 6067

Looks like Hazel came to the US alone in Jan 1918 and went to her brother Walter Shaw 271 Norwell, Boston MA.

Looks like Hazel & Allan had a son, Ronald who came to the US in the summer of 1918 at the age of 4, going to his mother Hazel at 65 Acton St. Boston, MA

Looks like Allan & Elsie were married by 1924. May 24, 1924 they crossed to the US in Detroit with a destination of Detroit for 2 weeks.

It appears to me that Alan & Hazel probably split around the time he went to Thomas Seeley's in 1917. Divorce was probably final by Jan 1918 when Hazel went to Boston.


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