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So Little Time (#47228344)
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C Bailey
Gallup memorial
Thank you so much for finding, photographing and posting the memorial photo - and for all you do for Find A Grave!

Added by C Bailey on May 21, 2016 3:21 PM

Joanna Stokes
William Doughty Family
Hello, would you kindly e-mail me regarding memorial 151408457? ( I don't think this is his death certificate attached to his memorial as he was living with is son Samuel & his wife Sadie in 1910. He remarried in 1913 and was alive in 1920. Still looking for the right death certificate. Also, his first wife Virginia's maiden name was Little as indicated on Samuel's DC. It looks like they both married a few times, it's very confusing! Thank you!

Added by Joanna Stokes on Apr 01, 2016 12:09 PM

Lizzie Dyer Locke
RE: Margaret Martin McGahey
This is my grandma’s memorial; she’s the daughter of Anna Martin who was the sister of Margaret Martin McGahey. As far as I know this family never lived in NJ.

Please email any further questions you may have.

Added by Lizzie Dyer Locke on Mar 05, 2016 1:34 PM

Lizzie Dyer Locke
RE: Margaret Martin McGahey
I don't really know much about my great grand aunt Peg, that photo was passed down to me from my father. She had a son, Charles but I haven't been able to find any info on him (I have a photo of them together). My grandmother, Aunt Peg's niece, was born in 1895 at Greensburg PA; Wm McGahey & Catherine Gorman were of the sponsors (god-parents) on grandma's Baptism Certificate.

Added by Lizzie Dyer Locke on Mar 05, 2016 9:48 AM

Steve Hetrick
Charles Hetrick
Thank you for the information about Charles Hetrick.

Added by Steve Hetrick on Mar 02, 2016 7:05 AM

Sandy Rumble
RE: McGaughey

no it doesn't. Turns out I don't have any McGaughey's in my line (it was an unofficial adoption). Most of the McGaugheys I had researched were in western PA in the early 1800's/late 1700's.


Added by Sandy Rumble on Feb 18, 2016 3:02 AM


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