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Greetings Thomas Loughney : I saw your posting to Robby Meehan with whom I have also written.I am related to the Pittston LOUGHNEY's by marriage, and there is a MCHUGH/LOUGHNEY plot at St. John's which I guess I've inherited now that I think of it . Oddly enough I also was from the 'Jersey Shore, where are you located ? My Dad ( Joseph F.MCHUGH Sr.) of 64 Lincoln Street ,Browntown married (Kathryn M. MCHALE of Pittston , Port Griffith , & W-B )moved to NYC during the Depression , then Kearny ,NJ, where I was born , then to Hazlet, NJ, nine years later . As you may know , St.John's has no burial info from those years,having carelessly allowed them to be destroyed . I think I know some of the people in that plot and the link to the LOUGHNEY's . But,my Dad's father was James Sylvester MCHUGH (abt.1876-1936)[mar.Margaret McManamon]; his family , and his father which are the mystery .I believe it is one of his siblings , or perhaps of his father that married a LOUGHNEY.Or,perhaps both. Do you have any recollections of the MCHUGH's of Browntown ? I would greatly appreciate any bits of info.Also,you mentioned a Duke GOLDEN. I'm also tracking a Male GOLDEN that mar. Anna MCHALE... Thanks , & Best',Joe McHugh , Cape Elizabeth,Maine. firstname.lastname@example.org