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Searching for Felix and Johnny Ayala
Posted by: William Ayala Date: July 11, 2000 at 09:52:55
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This is an updated message from the previously posted one which I've deleted. I wanted to include more information.

My brother Eddie and I have been searching for our half brothers--whom we have never met. We know they're in the U.S., but don't know where. Their names are Felix and Johnny Ayala. Recently we discovered another brother, Pepito Ayala (Joe Sanchez from southern California), with whom we have been corresponding. We'd love to find and meet Felix and Johnny.

My understanding is that Felix and Johnny should be around 50 years of age, and that at one time they lived in New York city. Our father's name was Policarpio Ayala. He was born in either Aguas Buenas or Comerio, Puerto Rico in 1914 and died in Passaic New Jersey in 1956, at the age of 42.

Among his brothers are Emeregildo (Mero) Ayala, Johnny Ayala, Senen Ayala, Victor Ayala and others. His father's name was Clemente Ayala. All of these brothers lived in New Jersey for many years. I'm 48, my brother Eddie is 44, and my brother Joe (Sanchez) Ayala is 58.

Should anyone have information, we'd all appreciate receiving it. Thank you.


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