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Re: Wrandle 1903 Essex Junction, Vt
Posted by: Cyndi Valyou-Lapoint (ID *****9460) Date: March 10, 2012 at 12:28:42
In Reply to: Re: Wrandle 1903 Essex Junction, Vt by Paula of 31

Hello,
They are relatives of my father Ronald. My grandfather's name (Father's father) was Oliver. Oliver married? a Caroline Leahy and had I believe 6 children (Earl lives in Melrose NY, Ronald lived in Rensselaer NY then Malta NY now deceased, Robert lives in Riverside CA, Dorothy (Beals) lives in FL now but did live in East Greenbush NY, Darlene (VanBergen) lived in Wynanskill NY now deceased, Caroline (Jansen) lived in Kingston/Saugerties NY area now deceased. My Father was born on 2/13/34. I remember my Father telling me we were french and irish with a little bit of indian. If I remember correctly my mother told me that my Grandfather would disappear quite often and thought he may have another family somewhere else. Not sure about that but he died in the 70's in Arizona. He is buried in St Agnes' Cemetery in Menand's NY. I have a information on Ancestry.com but had to leave it because my trial period was over. Any other info you have would be great. I'll have to take a pic of the stone the next time I'm there. I believe that David C that responded to some posts may be my Uncle Earl's son.
Cyndi


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