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Re: Mildred Inks - Farmington-Pa
Posted by: Gaylene Bayles (ID *****8976) Date: September 22, 2006 at 16:19:06
In Reply to: Re: Mildred Inks - Farmington-Pa by Jan Comiskey of 310

Mildred was one of three siblings;she had a sister,Estelle Inks Bloom, and a brother, Harry, my grandfather. I am indeed from Fayette County. I assume you must be a descendant of her only child, Ewing. (most likely named for Judge Ewing for whom his grandmother, Florence worked as a court matron. Ewing eventually received an appoinment to West Point (hmmmm.....). I understand he did not complete his appointment. Ewing married Annabelle Crowe(don't know if she was related to Judge Crowe). *They had three children. I have seen his obit at the Uniontown Library but didn't copy it. I did however make a copy of their marriage note from the church records. Mildred's husband's name was WINSLOW LIVIRIORCO Mansfield.(from church records and newspaper note of their marriage.(found the kids: Richard, Beatrice & Robert "Bobby")* Let me know what you missing and I'll try to fill you in


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