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Re: Georgette Alexandra MADILL
Posted by: Leigh Ross (ID *****4966) Date: January 30, 2004 at 03:16:52
In Reply to: Re: Georgette Alexandra MADILL by William B Madill of 263

William: I'm not sure if Emma or some else has already replyed to this but I have been researching descendants of Elisabeth Walton Mennell (nee Allen) and on the way I have found information on George and Georgette Madill.

George Alexander Madill was born on the 29 June 1938 in Wysox, Bradford County, Pennsylvania, USA. His second married was to Elisabeth Walton McMillan and they married on the 13 February 1895. They had two children Georgette Alexandra Mattei (nee Madill) and Charles Madill (not sure of any dates, may have died young or in infancy). He died on the 11 December 1901 in St. Louis, St. Louis City, Missouri, USA. He is buried in the Madill family plot in Bellefontaine Cemetery, St. Louis, Missouri, USA. (I have a photo but I don't know how to post it here on this forum.)

Georgette Alexandra Madill was born on the 15 March 1896 in St. Louis, St. Louis City, Missouri, USA. She married a Maltese royal named Antonio Bagshaw Mattei (not sure of any dates on him yet, but still looking). She died on the 14 February 1974 in Flat 154, Geneva House, Westminster, England. Not sure if she had any children or where she was buried but like bfore I am still looking.

I hope I have been of some help, you probably already new most of that anyway. Thanks for you time anyway, Leigh




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