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Three sets of Twins to Francis Wescott (1892-1911)
Posted by: Trudell Wright (ID *****8884) Date: July 18, 2003 at 22:33:08
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New information on my Wes(t)cott family has surfaced.

Francis Wescott born 1870 Staten Island, New York, to John Wescott and Rachel Ann Depew married Henreitta *acash in 1892. Henreitta died giving birth to their 13th child, Emma, in 1911. They had the following children;

1. Unknown child born before 1900
2. Unknown child born before 1900
3 Joseph M born July 1897
4 Edith born June 1, 1900
5 Bertha, TWIN, born Dec 10, 1902, possibly died Nov 15, 1996 in Conn
6 Mary Lydia, TWIN, born Dec 10, 1902, died West Brighton, Staten Island, NY, March 6, 1917.
7. Frank born unknown date
8. Twin born date unknown
9. Twin born date unknown
10 Twin born date unknown
11 Twin born date unknown
12 Unknown child born date unknown
13 Unknown child born date unknown.

This family may have stayed in Staten Island or moved to New Jersey.

Frank may have be a step child. He worked for Amboy Tugs, later he worked as a dispatcher for Moran Tugs.

Bertha may have moved to Conn. Possibly living with a brother (John?) in Waterbury, Conn.

Edith married Ernest Wright, born 1899 and moved to Middlesex County, NJ. Edith had three sons.
Emma married Joseph Farley, born 1913 New York. and moved to Middlesex County NJ. Emma had 4 sons.


Anyone?


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