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Thank you VERY VERY much for looking up information on Tessie Erway Welch.
The copy of her obituary is helpful as I did not know where some of her
siblings and her children had relocated to. It is also helpful to know
their spouses names. Does anyone know what happened to Tessie's first
husband, Walter Erway and second husband Arthur "Jake" Welch? I have
located Walter on the 1915 Town Of Carlton, Orleans County, NY census but
other than that I know nothing about either husband. Walter and Tessie
apparently divorced or perhaps he died and Tessie remarried to Arthur
"Jake" Welch about 1950. Thanks again to everyone who has taken time to
assist me. I live in Shortsville/Manchester, NY and if I can ever assist
anyone's search from my area I will gladly try to help.
Bobbi Watkins Palmer
I am looking for anyone that may have information on Walter Albert Erway, his
wife Tessie Amy Watkins Erway and any of their family. Tessie was my great
born in PA about 1883 and Walter was born about 1880. I have located them in
the Orleans County census records but know very little about them. Would like
to fill in information about them in my family records. Tessie remarried about
1950 to Arthur "Jake" Welch, any information about him would be helpful as
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Dick Hillenbrand of Syracuse
Seeking the burial site of my ggrandmother Priscilla Salisbury Caton, d.
1866, Clarendon. Her husband Andrew Madison (sometimes Matthew) Caton
went to Ohio some time after her death. She was the daughter of George
and Amanda Salisbury, buried in Hillside Cemetery.