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Re: Charles Roshon IV, Massachusetts
Posted by: Debbie Blakley (ID *****1742) Date: August 22, 2005 at 09:48:38
In Reply to: Charles Roshon IV, Massachusetts by Marlene Gentile of 9

Hi Marlene,
I have never been contacted by any person that claims (in fact) to be related to my gr-grandmother's half-sister, Mrs. Ronald Roshon, of Harrisburg, PA. I can't even tell you what Mrs. Roshon's first name actually was???? I keep hoping that someone who knows of my gr-grandmother or her half siblings will make contact and clue me in on all the family information...but I'm still waiting for that.

In the mean time....have you contacted Catholic Churches or Episcopal Church's in your area to see if they know of a "Father Cosby?" It's possible that the good "Father", may still be living and could tell you the information regarding your Charles F. Roshon IV. Or if you can find the church that knows of the "Father Cosby", perhaps the church itself may know something of your Mr. Roshon? Perhaps he never actually committed the suicide? Perhaps he was derailed and sent to a mental hospital? Or perhaps he is buried in one of their church graveyards? Or you might call the State Dept.of Vital Statistic's and see if someone by that name died about the date of your letter? Would be nice to know for certain! Just a though for checking. Let me know how it goes as now you've got me curious too! LOL.... Thanks, Debbie

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