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Re: Chinnis family connections
Posted by: Pat Robbins Date: March 16, 2001 at 06:56:31
In Reply to: Re: Chinnis family connections by Ron Hood of 38

I have a photo of two WWI soldiers taken in Germany on the Rhine, 1919, that belonged to my grandmother, Odessa Davis b.1900 (daughter of Clara Gore and Warren Davis of Brunswick). It says on the back , HARRY CHINNIS, Grandmother's cousin. I don't know which soldier he is. The other one is not identified. I can e-mail to you if you think he's part of your family. I asked my mother about it and she said she remembered that my grandmother talked of an Aunt Chinnis that lived behind the Grimes's place in their summer cottage (all in Brunswick). The Grimes were my grandmother's grandparents. Let me know...


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