|JIM FORTNEY (#47991544)|
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|Carol & David||RE: Wilson Nagle|
You are very welcome. Since you live in the DC area, I am trying to locate information on a cousin, Edward James Kelso, who was living in Washington DC in the 1940 census. His brother, Rufus, who I recently found, died in 1953 and is buried in Washington National Cemetery, Memorial# 118241109. His brother's obit did not list him as still being alive so I believe he died between the 1940 census and 1953, his brother's death which is a large span. He is the last of the three brothers I have to locate. Edward was born in Phillipsburg NJ on Jan. 11.1877 and I believe moved to the DC area with his brother. If you ever come across any information on him, I would appreciate it.
If you ever need any help in the Easton area, let me know. Our local library has obituaries on microfilm and a great genealogy room.
I saw on your photo request that you mentioned her mother's name is incorrect. You can notify the contributor by clicking the "Edit" tab on the top right corner of her memorial and making the giving them the appropriate information. I would do it for you, but I don't have her family's information as our line is on the Ward Fortney side. Best Wishes!
Added by GenMom on Mar 29, 2014 1:47 PM
|Teddi Smith||Caroline and Osburn Stabler|
Thanks so much for the photos! That was really fast work!
|FlaBill||William C Dallam|
Bless you Jim. This will have a prominent place in our family tree. The family thanks you very much.
Added by FlaBill on Jan 09, 2013 2:57 PM