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On 17 Jul 2014 at 01:01 GMT Philip McQuillan wrote:
that was a great story about your grandfather and the old Brick Store and how you were made to suffer a little bit for your own good. I love how Gramps said, "You won't do it again, right?" "Okay, then that's that."
Just what you probably needed to hear…
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On 22 Feb 2010 at 20:07 GMT Quiller (baker) Baker wrote:
On 1 Nov 2009 at 20:04 GMT Ruth Legge wrote:
Here is some info. of WHITTEN-Legge connection. Legge, Effie Laurentine, d/o Benjamin Legge, married at Scotts Bay, 29 Aug 1918, to Edward D. Whitten. [11 Sept 1918 write-up. Source
Edward Whitten middle name was Dillingham, he was born in Brookline, MA and his parents were Edward and Mary. Source: Bev. Martin Huntley email dated June 29, 2007.
Born: 29 August 1885 in the US. Lived in Fitchburg, Worchester County, MA with wife, Effie Legge Whitten, and was a freight conductor on the Boston & Maine Railroad. Was of medium height, with slight build. Loss the use of left thumb. Source: U.S. Draft Registration Card.
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