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Re: HARVEY/MURPHY Syracuse 1840's
Posted by: Roy L. Clement Jr. Date: September 27, 2000 at 19:09:37
In Reply to: HARVEY/MURPHY Syracuse 1840's by Paul O'Donnell of 1913

You are correct about Harvey's in the Syracuse area. For many years there was a
grocrey store in North Syracuse called Harvey
Brothers this was in the days before the
Super Market. My father worked for old man
Harvey back in 1945-46. I think old man Harvey's first name was George. The Harvey
family was considered one of the first families of North Syracuse. I don't know any
thing about the family history but I can tell
you something not many people know about old
man Harvey if it weren't for him many a widow
would have starved to death back during the
days of the depression and after. He had a
heart of gold and never asked for anything in

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