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Re: Quigg Family from Boston
Posted by: Annie Murray (ID *****4105) Date: August 23, 2003 at 05:27:10
In Reply to: Re: Quigg Family from Boston by Kimberly Quigg of 283

Hi! It was great to hear from you! We are related, in fact Im quite sure we even met once when I was very little.
My father is Jimmy Quigg.The children from your dad's first marriage to Marie are;Jack, Billy, Dorothy(Tootie), Freddie, and my dad, Jimmy.So technically I guess you are my Aunt although I think you're only a few years older than me. I can remember going to "grandads" house in southie for Christmas in the early seventies.In fact, I have a picture of me sitting with him on a big funky looking chair in the living room by the window.
My grandmother was Marie, who was killed by her second husband, Phil,as you said. I was a teenager when she died and hadnt seen her for years because my parents were long since divorced and my mom didnt keep contact whith that side of the family. You know how that goes. But I see my dad, Jimmy all the time now.When I started trying to contact my dad it was probably around '97. I was very sad to learn that "grandad", your dad had already passed. I had good memories of him and wanted to see him again. Is your mother still well? Her name is Chris, right?I remember sitting at her kitchen table watching her make breakfast with huge plastic rollers in her hair! I would love to hear from you and know how you're doing. You can respond to this posting or you can email me at
Hope to hear from you soon!

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