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From: "L. Klein" <>
Subject: Re: [LAN] Comm War Graves site/BUSKEY
Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2001 23:01:40 -0400
References: <008001c10f63$27745980$ea9e36cb@framesthings> <3B557ECD.CEC92C99@mindspring.com> <017001c10fe2$50a1efa0$da9e36cb@framesthings>
Thanks for the address, Julie.
I found another of my BUSKEYs on the site, so now I'm psyched! Frank
BUSKEY died in 1917 and the memorial says he was the son of Mary BUSKEY,
of 74, Cellini St., Bolton. Does anyone have a street directory for
Bolton for years earlier than 1917 who would/could look for BUSKEYs in
that area? I'd like to know to whom Mary was married and if there were
any other BUSKEYs hovering about. My great grandmother's name was Mary
BUSKEY and she, too, had a son named Frank. But I know great Uncle
Frank fought and survived WWI to fight again in WWII.
Multimap didn't come up with a Cellini Street in Bolton, but did find
Cellini Court. Does anyone know if Cellini Street still exists in
in humid but cooler suburban Philadelphia
Julie Vandersluys wrote:
> sorry I forgot!
> cheers Julie