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Re: A COUSIN A DAY KEEPS THE DOCTOR AWAY
Posted by: Richard (Dick) LaCoe Date: June 25, 2000 at 21:21:33
In Reply to: Re: A COUSIN A DAY KEEPS THE DOCTOR AWAY by Michael W. Bruce of 543

Welcome to the forum Mike,
In her younger days, my mother (90 in Aug.) lived at 112 (I think) Forest St. Her grandmother was Mary, the oldest of Thomas Loya's four children. She knew Ellen Loya and still remembers some of her LaPine cousins.

It's going to take me a while to digest your posting as it is quite lengthy. I'll try to put your info into my Loya family tree file so I can give you a copy when I arrive in Vt. in August. My older sister will be there from Idaho and is also really interested in this. My other two sisters live in Rutland; my mother in Mendon.

With you on board, we now have decendants from all four of Thomas Sr's children who are actively visiting this site.

More mail just came in, so gotta go. Be back later.

Dick


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