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Re: Inness family late 1800's NYC area
Posted by: Diana Marshall (ID *****9648) Date: April 18, 2005 at 14:50:15
In Reply to: Inness family late 1800's NYC area by Kathy Chabot of 3

Seems it always works this way! When you least expect it, bamm! I found the two Inness families:


Series: T623
Roll: 380
Page: 11

I found William and Mary Inness and his brother Edward L. and Sophia D.Innes with their families; living next door to one another and next to the Spicers, who are also relative to the Grapers, thru marriage.
And wouldn't you know it, the boys' mother is living with Edward and Sophia. She is born in Mass., in June of 1828. She, Mary A. S?ars?, recorded that she had had 12 children, but only 4 were still living. Her husband was born in New York; apparently he is deceased also.
Perhaps she lost several children during the Civil War or something. This is as far as I will be going in this family, as it isn't a direct line, but I hope it helped.

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