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Re: early 1800s Savage ancestors in Limerick
Posted by: Matthew Byrne (ID *****8583) Date: September 12, 2011 at 19:21:35
In Reply to: Re: early 1800s Savage ancestors in Limerick by Kimberly Mustgrave of 1144

I don't think I ever met Aunt Dolly, I didn't know my dad's side of the family as well as my mother's, so I'm always learning and trying to remember all of the freakin names! So are you in the Chicagoland area? I grew up in Burbank, but live out in Wheaton now. Out of all my great aunt and uncles on that side of my family, I think I know my Aunt Leona and Aunt Margaret the most. I would see them at family picnics, etc. My grandfather Patrick Pershing Byrne died when I was in high school in 1993, he lived between Indianapolis and Phoenix most of my life.


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