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Posted by: betty mclaughlin (ID *****1884) Date: January 21, 2008 at 21:27:46
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I am writing in regards to my grandfather, who was my fathers dad. His name was Joseph Marrow. He came from Naples, Italy. He met my grandmother and she became pregnant with my father. He was not married, then he went to Renova, Pennsylvania and met another lady and they had children. He would be around 89 or 90 if he was still living. My father's name is Joseph Morrow somehow the spelling was wrong on his birth certificate. Two years ago we went up to Tioga county in Pennsylvania to meet some of my grandfathers family. One of his brothers was there and his name is Ned Marrow. They have several sisters and I think that Ned was his only brother, I am not real sure on that though. I hope you can help me find some of my aunts. I really would like to find my lost family members. I didnt get a chance to write any of their address down that day that we went to the Tioga Railroad to meet them. I would love to find them and have a relationship with them. Thanks alot Betty.
Darla K. Palko
Huntingdon County
Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
I am a friend and am not related to this family, only helping Darla find her family, Thank you for reading this message. betty

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