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Re: Jenkins, Allen, Duffy, Rostron
Posted by: Kathy Moore Date: March 07, 2002 at 22:42:51
In Reply to: Re: Jenkins, Allen, Duffy, Rostron by Fay of 402


Thanks for the help on the Duffy and Rostron obits. I'll have to ask my husband who Chester was but I do know Elnora was his grandmother.

Joseph Duffy is my father's great uncle. I knew about brothers Frank and Flack but I didn't know about James.

On the Amy and Emma Jenkins I have to say I was a bit shocked to see that. I should have said that she died in 1903 at the age of 22 in childbirth with my grandfather's sibling. That's why I'm having problems locating her. My grandfather was 2 years old when she died and he and his brother were living with other family members while their father Flack worked to support them. Although she is at Barnett Chapel the family never placed a marker on her grave. Descendants couldn't even remember her name! I only found that through Flack Duffy's marriage info. It hurt him to talk about her which meant that she slipped through most of the cracks because nobody could remember her name. That makes her the member of the Duffy's I most want to place above everything else.

Thanks for the help, it is VERY much appreciated!

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