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I hope I am on the correct site. My query is for a person living
Dorothy? Clifford or Dora as she was known in the 1930 Fairfield census
age then 13 years with her parents David (died 1934)and Dora (Dorothy
Constance May Clifford who died 1936)
I have found information on Tribal pages that could possibly be her. If
it is her it looks as though she never married.
Dorothy Clifford born June15th. 1917 and died June 30th. 2001.
Please could anyone with a worldwide Ancestry etc, be able to verify
that this is her as it may list who her parents were.
I would appreciate that.
Westchester County Genealogical Society (NY) Upcoming Meeting
The next meeting is this coming Saturday.
WHAT: Writing the Family Narrative - A talk by Tony Lauriano
WHEN: Saturday, June 12, 2010 @ 10 a.m.
WHERE: Aldersgate Methodist Church, 600 Broadway in Dobbs Ferry (across
from Mercy College on route 9)
Tony Lauriano has been lecturing in New York and New Jersey on Genealogy
since his retirement as Director of Finance for Catholic Hospitals in
Brooklyn/Queens Dicoese in 2005. Lauriano brings a high quality of research effort
and detail into his genealogy research. During his lectures, Tony provides
research tips that require little or no travel but can be accomplished via
the internet as well as through the postal mail. This talk will present
suggestions on how to produce a family narrative that will be well received by
using family stories and the data collected through your research.
Guests are always welcome. Coffee and conversation precede the meeting at
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Hope to see you on Saturday!!
Please, can anyone help me in finding out what happened to DORA
CLIFFORD( maybe DOROTHY) who was born 1917 Fairfield.
Her parents were David and Dora Constance May, married Bedford 1916.
David died Stamford 25/6/1934.
Dora his wife died connecticut Valley Hospital 16/8/1936.
Can find no trace of Dora, maybe Dorothy, before her fathers death nor
when her mother died. Have approached Connecticut Valley hospital about
2 months ago to see if they would release me details of who attended the
funeral at the hospital and have so far not received a reply although
they do let relatives have this information.
Did Dora die before her parents? Survive and marry? Who to?
I am hoping that there maybe a researcher of the Irish immigrant family
of Clifford. I know there was an Edward Clifford who lived nearby in
Stamford and I rather think daughter Dora was at her Uncle Edwards
address for the 1920 census (my copy is barely readable) Or even live by
the Records Office there?
I am at stalemate at the present but would love to know what actually
happened to Dora who would have been about 19 years 1936. Her mother
came from my Morris family on the Isle-of-Wight. UK
Thank you and kind regards.
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