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Bob Collins
Isabelle Place
Isabelle Mac Reynolds Place was widowed by 1930 and living at 598 Hancock Street, Brooklyn (the house is still there) with her widowed sister Emma J. Stirrup (who owned the house) and an unmarried sister, Margaret Mac Reynolds. Isabelle's husband, William W., is not listed in Green-Wood's burial search database. Neither is Emma's husband, Charles. But Emma and Margaret, as well as Charlotte Mac Reynolds and a child of Emma and Charles Stirrup) all rest in the same lot in section 166. I'll try for a photo tomorrow. According to the 1930 census, the 3 sisters were born in New York--their parents were both born in the "Irish Free State."
Added by Bob Collins on Jul 08, 2011 2:52 PM
Bob Collins
Isabelle Place
Isabelle Mac Reynolds Place was widowed by 1930 and living at 598 Hancock Street, Brooklyn (the house is still there) with her widowed sister Emma J. Stirrup (who owned the house) and an unmarried sister, Margaret Mac Reynolds. Isabelle's husband, William W., is not listed in Green-Wood's burial search database. Neither is Emma's husband, Charles. But Emma and Margaret, as well as Charlotte Mac Reynolds and a child of Emma Charles Stirrup) all rest in the same lot in section 166. I'll try for a photo tomorrow. According to the 1930 census, the 3 sisters were born in New York--their parents were both born in the "Irish Free State."
Added by Bob Collins on Jul 08, 2011 2:52 PM
 

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