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An assumption has been made that William (1783) & Mary (1803) are children of this family since this is the oldest family to be found, so far, but I cannot be certain. John (1791) is definitely their child.

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Leo is a WWII veteran. He served with the Navy and flew fighter planes in the Pacific Theater. He was a commercial pilot after the war. He and his wife Cynthia live in Somerset Massachusetts right on the river.

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Born at about 8:00 am
Wt: 7lbs 6oz -- 21 inches
Red hair
Born in the same hospital as his mother and grandfather

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Born just after 8am
7 lbs 13 oz. - 21 inches

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Born at 8:07 am on Valentines Day.
She was 7lbs, 4 oz.
20.5 inches long


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Living Whooly is Sheila who does not wish her name listed or used on the Internet

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Born at 7:18 AM and weighing 6 lb 11 ozs.

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Born 6:49 PM
Weight 8 lbs 10 oz

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Born @ 11:17 A.M.
Weight 8 lbs 12 oz

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Assumed parents of John Fahy based on traditional naming of his children

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Must have died young because of naming of later sibling

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Note    N31         Index
Tubercolosis

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Birth Weight 7 lb 9 oz

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The 1901 Census data reported that he was 46 years old on his last birthday which would put his birth in 1854 so the information about parentage may not be accurate.

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7 lb 15 oz & 21" in length at birth

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Founding member of Ovens Irish Countrywomens Association

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7 lb 15 oz brth weight

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Note    N45         Index
Born 10:43 PM June 11, 2019
Weight 8.4 lbs
Length 20.5 inches


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Note    N46         Index
Assumed father of Bridget A based on traditional naming pattern