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Re: WW1 draft card and OBIT and CENSUS
Posted by: Debbie (ID *****4847) Date: May 29, 2014 at 18:57:09
In Reply to: WW1 draft card and OBIT and CENSUS by Hannah Ruth Joseph of 33541

I see that you haven't been posting since 2012. But I'll give it a shot anyway. My grandfather was Simon Joseph Hart. He married my grandmother Anna Lucy Carr. Their only child, my mother, Anna Gertrude Hart grew up on St.(as opposed to South) Mark's Road in Dorchester. Cy came to live with us some time after my grandmother passed away.He had a heart attack and died when I was a toddler.(1954-55?). He was most likely taken to the Carney Hospital.Our address at the time was 152 Minot Street in Dorchester.That was in St. Brendan's parish.
Also, I remember visiting my mothers' Aunt Ester who married a man named Phil. I don't remember the last name.I also remember Carol and Norm Abrams her husband, my mothers 1st cousin.I recall that they had a few kids including a set of twins and had a summer home in Nantasket, Ma..One last thing my grandfather worked for Rust Craft Cards when he retired.
I guess that makes us cousins.
I hope to hear from you.

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