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Re: Minnie Tedesco MA. aprx 1915
Posted by: d Leo (ID *****3006) Date: June 10, 2002 at 18:55:50
In Reply to: Re: Minnie Tedesco MA. aprx 1915 by Deanna (Dayton) Ducheneaux of 248

Hi Deanna, I am now very curious. This line is on my husbands side and we know very little but we are tre trying to learn more from relatives. Apparantly it is not talked of often. This is his grandmothers line and she ended up in a convent for a while as a little girl, while the family sort of fell apart. She really never had anything else to do with her brother and sister and we do not know what happened to her Mother Minnie after this but assume she was in and out of her life. We do not know the whole story of what made this man run off and what happened afterward.

I am trying to piece this all together with your responses. I posted to a Tedesco site and you replied you had never heard the name Minnie Tedesco but referred to McCollough girls which from your posting I can see relates to your line through Mandona Dayton. May I ask what your connection is to Tedesco if you have not seen the name before? Or how you ended up on the Tedesco forum? Is your line through Minnie McCollough or through one of the other sisters? Did your McColloughs go to the Boston MA area as the line I am seeking did? Please feel free to e-mail me directly if you like.

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