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Re: Matta Family in Cornwall, England
Posted by: Peter Medcalf (ID *****6399) Date: November 14, 2008 at 03:01:36
In Reply to: Re: Matta Family in Cornwall, England by Richard J. La Monica Sr. of 68

Thanks for your email message. I am sorry to hear about your Mom. I found a phone number and phoned 2 or 3 times and left a voice mail message once. It was about Aug or September time. It was xxx 362 6905. I stopped when I never received any reply. I also had your name written down but no number.
I have only just stsrted researching the Fewins this year. I understand Elsie's brother Ernest John also came to Akron at around the same time that she did. Her cousin Ellen Jane (Nell) Fewins married my great uncle Cyril (Chid) and they lived in Tacoma where Chid's family still lives. Chid's brother Clarence married and lived firstly in LA and later in Sacramento. His family are still around Ca and I have visited several times. I have just been in touch with a Fewins family member in Cornwall, UK and will send him a family tree as he had little information about it. It would be great if you had any photos and we could put faces to names.
Can you get my email address from this website??? Usually by clicking against the name it comes up. If you cannot, message me again through here. I look forward to hearing from you again.
I use the UK website ROOTSCHAT and also have Windows Live Messenger (MSN) where we can communicate.


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