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Richard and Borina DALBY- Probably NY area
Posted by: David Hamilton (ID *****3898) Date: October 03, 2009 at 21:12:56
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I am looking for information on some DALBY's hoping it will lead to information about my Great Grandmother's sisters and the rest of her family.

A Richard DALBY and Borina DALBY are two names listed in my great grandmother's (Florence WEIMERS/HAMILTON) will. Richard is listed as her nephew and Borina was listed as his wife.

Together they had a Richard DALBY Jr. and Geraldine DALBY.
[I know this through one of the other sister's will.

Richard DALBY's mother was Helene WEIMERS/DALBY who was born ~1887 in NY USA and I am not sure who Richard DALBY's father was.

Helene WEIMERS/DALBY had 5 sisters, one of them being my great grandmother.

I know pieces of jewerly have been left to the DALBY family and I thought it would be interested to get a hold of some 3rd cousins to find out who has what and to see if they have any photos to help me identify some of the photos I have.

__?__DALBY ma. Helene WEIMERS
Had son:
Richard DALBY

Richard DALBY ma. Borina DALBY
Had sone and daughter:
Richard DALBY Jr. and Geraldine DALBY.

Looking for any descendants

Thanks in advance for any help or even attempt at help.

-Dave Hamilton

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