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Source reference N1 :

Individuals : Pimblott John James
Birth Index
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John James Pimblott
Year of Registration: 1903
Quarter of Registration: Apr-May-Jun
District: Prestwich
County: Lancashire
Volume: 8d
Page: 315

 

Source reference N95 :

Individuals : Pimblott John (28), Stott Rebecca (29)
I have marriage certificate

 

Source reference N2 :

Individuals : Pimblott John (28)
1911 census - Strap and Rope Splicer
69 Albert Street, Bradford
In the 1891 census John is head of the family at 20, living with his sister Mary A Pimblott
1901 Census: Living in north Manchester
1893 Living 74 Edensor St, Beswick, Manchester (marriage cert)
1881 Census: living 19 Forrest St, Beswick Manchester
Marriage Oct 7 1893
Will and Probate : 392 1s 11d left to widow, Rebecca Pimblott
BMD : Birth
Year : 1871
Quater: apr-may-jun
District: Leek
County : Staffordshire
Volume 6b
Possibly ?
Name: John Pimblett
Year of Registration: 1872
Quarter of Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec
District: Burton Upon Trent
County: Derbyshire, Staffordshire
Volume: 6b
Page: 391 (click to see others on page)

 

Source reference N3 :

Individuals : Stott Rebecca (29)
She was visiting/living with son Arthur w. in brussels. He witnessed the death certificate.

 

Source reference N92 :

Individuals : Pimblott Victor (14)
1911 census - Grocers assistant at the coperative

 

Source reference N4 :

Individuals : Pimblott Arthur W
Secretary Beswick Wesleyan

 

Source reference N70 :

Individuals : Gibson Ann (57), Pimblott James (56)
Record contained in the following register
District of Macclesfield
Dec quater
Volume 8a
Page 176
Copy of certificate obtained by G.Pimblott
Witnessed byJohn Pimblott & Maria Mottershead

 

Source reference N5 :
Older than her brother

 

Source reference N6 :

Individuals : Pimblott James (56)
1881 Census : 19 Forrest St, Beswick, Lancashire,England
He is crossed out as head of the family on the 1891 census indicating that he has died, with his son John becoming head of the family
Death Index.
James Pimblott 59 ........Prestwich vol 8d page 300

 

Source reference N7 :

Individuals : Mansell Albert Henry
Lived at 31 Jephcott Rd
Known as Nip (Nipper) as he was the youngest of the children
Birth Entry:
Oct-Nov-Dec 1926
Mothers Maiden name: Horton
District: Meriden
Vol: 6d
Page: 896
Death entry:
District: Birmingham
County: West Midlands
Vol: 32
Page: 261
Reg no: 692

 

Source reference N78 :

Individuals : Mansell William Henry
1904 Quarter of Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec District: Tamworth County: Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire Volume: 6b Page: 468
William Henry Mansell
Birth Date: 30 Aug 1904
Death Registration Month/Year: Apr 1989
Age at death (estimated): 84
Registration district: Birmingham
Inferred County: Warwickshire
Volume: 32
Page: 548

 

Source reference N71 :

Individuals : Kelly Bridget, Pimblott Joseph J
BRIDGET MARRIED JOSEPH PIMBLOTT AT 20.5 YRS AND HE WAS 21.5 YEARS OLD
Before the marriage Bridget was living in Little Falls,NY.

 

Source reference N72 :

Individuals : Pimblott Joseph John
Witness to the marriage were WIlliam and Elizabeth Ann SHAW

 

Source reference N97 :
33-35 New Bank, Halifax - From Phone directory on ancestry

 

Source reference N73 :

Individuals : Cherry Elizabeth (225), Pimblot Thomas (224)

Cheshire: - Memorials of the Civil War in Cheshire and the Adjacent Counties and Burghall's Providence Improved, 1628-1663
Cheshire: - Registers of Marriages, 1771-1789
Cheshire: - Registers of Marriages, 1771-1789
Corrigendum. Vol. 2. (Prestbury, Part 1.)
County: Cheshire
Country: England
Thomas Pimlot, husb., & Elizabeth Cherry, both of S. 27 Oct 1781

 

Source reference N8 :

Individuals : Longmore John Thomas
Kellys Directory of Birmongham 1914
John Thomas Longmore Fried fish dealer 150 Icknield Street
GRO Birth Index
John Thomas LONGMORE Aston 6d 316

 

Source reference N77 :

Individuals : Tarleton Isabella Alice
G.Pimblott has funeral card

 

Source reference N9 :

Individuals : Tarleton
Birmingham editor of daily mail. Started fund for poor children

 

Source reference N10 :

Individuals : Wass Mary Elizabeth
Birmingham editor of Daily Mail
Started fund for poor children.

 

Source reference N74 :

Individuals : Harvey Uriah, Pimblott Mary
'Rose Cottage',Whiteley Green,Adlington,Cheshire

 

Source reference N11 :

Individuals : Pimblott Joseph J
Had 13 children, seven died from diphtheria as infants.
1 boy and 5 girls survived and 7 boys died as babies from diphtheria.
Youngest died in January 1995.
Diabetic.
Had both legs amputated due to disease.
Died at the age of 68 years 9 months and 18 days from Gangrene of the right foot due to diabetes.
He was Widowed and living in the Passiac County welfare home.
A Machinist in the silk mills in Paterson, NJ.[KONZELMANN.ged]
Grandpa Pimblott was diabetic and died with both legs amputated. There may be a relationship between Father Eugene and a hospital or nursing home that was taking care of him. At 5/12/2000 there is no clear information. There are no pictures even at Dottie Craig's level.
At 7 /4 /01 Billy Pimblott told me that he remembers visiting Grandpa Joe in the Hopedell State Home in Paterson. When he saw him he had fingers and toes already amputated. In discussion we feel that this home has now been replaced by Preakness Hospital on Oakdene Road in Wayne.
[KONZELMANN.GED]
We finally have a picture at 7/31/01 from Dottie Craig's photo collection.

 

Source reference N12 :

Individuals : Pimblott Alice Ann
Went to USA between 1875 and 1885
She married And the marriage was witnessed by Elizabeth Pimblott (Known not to be her mother)

 

Source reference N13 :

Individuals : Pimblott William Francis
[Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2 M-Z, Ed. 6, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: 2 May 1999, Internal Ref. #1.112.6.46053.110]
Individual: Pimblott, William
Social Security #: 706-16-5093
Issued in: Railroad Board
Birth date: 12 Mar 1896
Death date: 8 Apr 1978
congestive heart failure, arteriosclerotic heart disease, gi bleeding

 

Source reference N14 :

Individuals : Pimblott Arthur
Inscription on Grave stone reads :
In loving Memory of Bertha Pimblott at rest Nov 27th 1952 aged 83 also her beloved husband Arthur at rest Oct 24 1953 age 85 years. Re-united Rose Gibbon died March 25th 1960 age 60 years.

 

Source reference N15 :

Individuals : Bertha
Inscription on Grave stone reads :
In loving Memory of Bertha Pimblott at rest Nov 27th 1952 aged 83 also her beloved husband Arthur at rest Oct 24 1953 age 85 years. Re-united Rose Gibbon died March 25th 1960 age 60 years.

 

Source reference N16 :

Individuals : Pimblott Rose
thought to be their daughter due to inscription on grave stone see notes for bertha (Mother).

 

Source reference N17 :

Individuals : Pimblott Thomas
Known to be a tinner in 1883
Prospect Hill; and apartments, 2 Mount Pleasent , Isle of Man

 

Source reference N18 :

Individuals : Pimblott Fred
[Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2 M-Z, Ed. 6, Social Security Death Index: U.S.,
Date of Import: 2 May 1999, Internal Ref. #1.112.6.46053.108]
Individual: Pimblott, Fred
Social Security #: 487-10-1854
Issued in: Missouri
Birth date: 11 Oct 1907
Death date: Feb 1974
Residence code: Missouri
ZIP Code of last known residence: 64050
Primary location associated with this ZIP Code:
Independence, Missouri

 

Source reference N19 :

Individuals : Pimblott James William
[Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2 M-Z, Ed. 6, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: 2 May 1999, Internal Ref. #1.112.6.46053.109]
Individual: Pimblott, James
Social Security #: 487-10-1896
Issued in: Missouri
Birth date: 1 Mar 1905
Death date: May 1986
Passenger record for immigration available at Ellis island website.
Arrived : 9 Sept 1920
Marital Status : Single
Aboard : Kaiserin Auguste Victoria
Departed : Liverpool
Residence code: Missouri
ZIP Code of last known residence: 64050
Primary location associated with this ZIP Code:
Independence, Missouri
7 Grand-children
Mary Ruth, Suzan Ginger, J.D , Jennifer, Jeff,Jana
8 great-children.

 

Source reference N20 :

Individuals : Pimblott Albert John
Died with no heirs

 

Source reference N21 :

Individuals : Pimblott Frederick William
Died Without heirs.
Information from Audrey Murphy
email: audreym@realmail.co.uk

 

Source reference N22 :

Individuals : Pimblott Edith
Information from Audrey Murphy
email: audreym@realmail.co.uk

 

Source reference N23 :

Individuals : Pimblott Clara Elizabeth
Information from Audrey Murphy
email: audreym@realmail.co.uk

 

Source reference N24 :

Individuals : Pimblott Richard
Information received from Audrey Murphy : audreym@realmail.co.uk

 

Source reference N25 :

Individuals : Hudson Betty
Information received from Audrey Murphy email: audreym@realmail.co.uk

 

Source reference N26 :

Individuals : Pimblot John
Information from Audrey Murphy
email: audreym@realmail.co.uk

 

Source reference N27 :

Individuals : Pimblott Joseph
Information from Audrey Murphy
email: audreym@realmail.co.uk

 

Source reference N75 :

Individuals : Gladys, Pimblott Albert
They had 10 Children

 

Source reference N28 :

Individuals : Pimblott William
Was deported to Australia
Departed : 25/9/1863 , Portland,UK
Arrived: 28/12/1863, Fremantle, Western Australia
Voyage 90 Days.
Convict No 7511
Ship Name Lord Dalhousie
Ship Arrival Date 28 Dec 1863
Birth Date 1823
Marital Status Unmarried
Occupation laborer, shoemaker
Literacy semi lit
Religion Prot
Sentence Place Chester
Sentence Country England
Length of Sentence 6yrs
Crime burglary
Previous Conviction prev conv
Ticket of Leave Date 27 Sep 1864
Conditional Pardon Date 28 Sep 1866
Conditional Pardon Place Toodyay
Known Areas Murray, Sussex, Bunbury
Comments Sawyer, shoemaker, general servant, labourer

 

Source reference N29 :

Individuals : Pimblott Thomas
Listed as Thos on 1841 census

 

Source reference N30 :
Adopted and Pimblott is his adoptive name.

 

Source reference N31 :

Individuals : Harvey James Sylvester
[marypimblott.ged]
James Sylvester Harvey is buried in Prestbury church yard Cheshire in a red gra nite grave under a large tree. He is buried with his 5 year old daughter Mary w ho was born in Clayton-Le-Moor in 1882, and died in 1887. James's wife JANE KEN DALL BENNY came from Cornwall and is buried in ALTHAM church yard near Clayton Le Moor, Lancashire. They had 7 children the first son, William Sylvester was b orn in 1879 in Clayton-Le-Moor and settled in Grahamdale, Manitoba where he die d in 1935, he was married to Emma Ashley who is alive today (2002) in Grahamdal e aged 96 years.James and Emma had two sons Hugh and William. Hugh is in Graham dale, William in Ontario both in their mid 70's. Another child of JSH 1st was H ANNAH who had 2 children George and Lucy alive today (2002)in Clayton-Le-Moor. Lancashire.
There was an eighth child JANE KENDALL HARWOOD who presumably born in Clayton in 1921 and died in 1927 she lies in Altham church yard, with her m other, JANE KENDALL HARVEY (BENNY). James Sylvester Harvey was born at 5min pas t 4 o'clock, on a Saturday. The Family bible has his name as James Silvester, a marriage record has his name Sylvester. James Sylvester was baptized at Adling ton Hall Chapelry.

 

Source reference N32 :

Individuals : Pimlott John
Refered to as John Pimlott in IGI record at www.familysearch.co.uk

 

Source reference N33 :

Individuals : Pimblott Mary
There is some confusion over the correct spelling of the surname Pimblott or Pimlott. The marriage certiticate shows Pimblott. The Harvey family bible shows Pimlott. A christening mug owned by John William Harvey of Macclesfield shows the name Mary Pimblott with the birthdate 29-June-1829. Mary was baptized at Henbury Church, Macclesfield.
[marypimblott.ged]

 

Source reference N34 :

Individuals : Pimblott Alice
[KONZELMANN.ged]
Aunt Alice was married on the same day as her sister Edith. See notes on Edith.
Aunt Alice and Uncle Art lived along the Passaic River and there house was flooded out several times.
They used to have a pump in the kitchen sink for there water.
[KONZELMANN.GED]
Aunt Alice was married on the same day as her sister Edith. See notes on Edith.
Aunt Alice and Uncle Art lived along the Passaic River and there house was flooded out several times.[KONZELMANN.GED]
Aunt Alice was married on the same day as her sister Edith. See notes on Edith.
Aunt Alice and Uncle Art lived along the Passaic River and there house was flooded out several times.

 

Source reference N35 :

Individuals : Pimblott Sarah
AKA Sally

 

Source reference N36 :

Individuals : Pimblott Jane
AKA Jean
Had two children out of wedlock

 

Source reference N37 :

Individuals : Gibbon Samuel Herbert
Died late 1960's early 1970's in Derby,UK

 

Source reference N38 :

Individuals : Pimlott Thomas
1851 Census:
Sch.70: New Street. Thomas PIMBLOTT, H., M., 39, Waterman, b. Cheshire, Witton.
Sarah PIMBLOTT, Wife, M., 36, b. Cheshire, Leftwich.
James PIMBLOTT, Son, S., 14, Lab. at Salt Works, b. Cheshire, Leftwich.
Thomas PIMBLOTT, Son, S., 12, Blacksmith, b. Cheshire, Leftwich.
Peter PIMBLOTT, Son, 9, b. Cheshire, Leftwich.
Isaac PIMBLOTT, Son, 7, Scholar, b. Cheshire, Leftwich.
Mary PIMBLOTT, Dau., 3, b. Cheshire, Leftwich.
Sarah PIMBLOTT, Dau., 3 months, b. Cheshire, Leftwich.
Lived at:
New Street, Leftwich, Northwich. Age 7. (1851 Census, HO107/2165/556/P18, Sch. 70)
Williams's Square, Leftwich. Labourer. Age 16. (1861 Census, RG9/2602/8/P11, Sch. 67)
69 York Building, Leftwich, Northwich. Boiler Maker. Age 26. (1871 Census, RG10/3695/100/P14)
49 London Rd, Leftwich, Northwich. Boiler Maker employing 7 men. Age 36. (1881 census, RG11/3523/33/P36)
12 London Road, Leftwich, Northwich. Shipbuilder. Age 46. (1891 Census, RG12/2833/11/P15)
153 London Road, Leftwich, Northwich. Shipbuilder (Iron & Steel). Age 56. (1901 Census, RG13/3341/130/P17)

 

Source reference N39 :

Individuals : Pimblott Mary
Mary Pimblott aka Collins
Was triad in Middlesex on 24/3/1821. As a result she was sent to New South Wales, Australia.
She left England on the Mary Anne on the 25 dec 1821, arriving 20 May 1822 ( 146 days ).

 

Source reference N40 :

Individuals : Pimblott James William
Arrived with son on the Kaiserin Auguste Victoria from Liverpool
on 9 Sept 1920 from Stockport England

 

Source reference N85 :

Individuals : Acton Ellen
Emigrated to America ariving on sept 9 1920
Arrived on Kaiserin Auguste Victoria

 

Source reference N41 :

Individuals : Ewart Shirley
Oldest of the three children

 

Source reference N42 :

Individuals : Pimblott Dorothy
[KONZELMANN.ged]
She had a knee replacement that was very successful. At the age of 80 she decided to have the second knee done because she had had several falls when her knee just went out. The surgery became infected and then she had lost her appetite and became weaker and weaker. The doctor wanted her to go to a rehabilitation facility to get on her feet. She hated it and hated the therapy so she went on strike and would not cooperate with the program. She begged us to get her out and get her home, so we arranged for live in help and brought her home. She was doing great and eating better, Medicare physical therapy was to begin on Monday following. On Sunday afternoon she collapsed and the aides called for Tom and Rita. It was determined to bring her to the hospital and after some tests in the following days she couldn't breathe. We talked her into going on a respirator until the doctors could determine what happened. After a couple of hours and some bad episodes, she passed away. We had all made it to the hospital including Jeannine and Michele, except Bobby who was out of town on a business trip. Grandma had wanted to have her body donated to science and had the paperwork in place but only Alice knew it had been signed and did not volunteer the information. We signed for an autopsy of her body because she would have wanted that, but the hospital was backed up and we had made the funeral arrangements delayed already for Jude, Jason and Jessica to come home from college. The doctors felt that she passed a blood clot into her lung, possibly formed in her leg from laying in bed for so many weeks.
Grandma was very involved in the Rosary Society at St George's church and ran the religious article store at the back of church on Sundays. She used to iron the altar linens when we were kids. When Alice and Rita were in grammar school she was a crossing guard at the corner of Hazel Rd and Dey St.
When Mary was in high school, Grandma used to sew a lot of clothes for the 3 girls.
Grandma had handwriting like the old palmer books. She also always had beautiful fingernails. She was very fussy about all of the shades in the house being at the same level and all of the curtains being hung straight and closed, and changed with every season. The grandchildren always loved to buy her papertowels as a joke gift - she was always so warm that there was always a folded papertowel in her pocket. They could always count on pretzels or peanuts on the coffee table (from which Michele once swallowed a WHOLE almond!) and a porch full of African violets. Their dog, Curly, could always be found wherever the kids in the house were. The kids loved the rocking horse on springs also out on the porch, but we always gravitated to 'the steps' leading up to the forbidden unknown.
[KONZELMANN.GED]
She had a knee replacement that was very successful. At the age of 80 she decided to have the second knee done because she had had several falls when her knee just went out. The surgery became infected and then she had lost her appetite and became weaker and weaker. The doctor wanted her to go to a rehabilitation facility to get on her feet. She hated it and hated the therapy so she went on strike and would not cooperate with the program. She begged us to get her out and get her home, so we arranged for live in help and brought her home. She was doing great and eating better, Medicare physical therapy was to begin on Monday following. On Sunday afternoon she collapsed and the aides called for Tom and Rita. It was determined to bring her to the hospital and after some tests in the following days she couldn't breathe. We talked her into going on a respirator until the doctors could determine what happened. After a couple of hours and some bad episodes, she passed away. We had all made it to the hospital including Jeannine and Michele, except Bobby who was out of town on a business trip. Grandma had wanted to have her body donated to science and had the paperwork in place but we did not know it had been signed. We signed for an autopsy of her body because she would have wanted that, but the hospital was backed up and we had made the funeral arrangements delayed already for Jude, Jason and Jessica to come home from college. The doctors felt that she passed a blood clot into her lung, possibly formed in her leg from laying in bed for so many weeks.
Grandma was very involved in the Rosary Society at St George's church and ran the religious article store at the back of church on Sundays. She used to iron the altar linens when we were kids. When Alice and Rita were in grammar school she was a crossing guard at the corner of Hazel Rd and Dey St.
When Mary was in high school, Grandma used to sew a lot of clothes for the 3 girls.
Grandma had handwriting like the old palmer books. She also always had beautiful fingernails. She was very fussy about all of the shades in the house being at the same level and all of the curtains being hung straight and closed, and changed with every season. The grandchildren always loved to buy her papertowels as a joke gift - she was always so warm that there was always a folded papertowel in her pocket. They could always count on pretzels or peanuts on the coffee table (from which Michele once swallowed a WHOLE almond!) and a porch full of African violets. Their dog, Curly, could always be found wherever the kids in the house were. The kids loved the rocking horse on springs also out on the porch, and they always wondered about the step leading up to the forbidden unknown, the attic where we all slept as kids. Our kids never believed that we all slept upstairs with no heat.[KONZELMANN.GED]
She had a knee replacement that was very successful. At the age of 80 she decided to have the second knee done because she had had several falls when her knee just went out. The surgery became infected and then she had lost her appetite and became weaker and weaker. The doctor wanted her to go to a rehabilitation facility to get on her feet. She hated it and hated the therapy so she went on strike and would not cooperate with the program. She begged us to get her out and get her home, so we arranged for live in help and brought her home. She was doing great and eating better, Medicare physical therapy was to begin on Monday following. On Sunday afternoon she collapsed and the aides called for Tom and Rita. It was determined to bring her to the hospital and after some tests in the following days she couldn't breathe. We talked her into going on a respirator until the doctors could determine what happened. After a couple of hours and some bad episodes, she passed away. We had all made it to the hospital including Jeannine and Michele, except Bobby who was out of town on a business trip. Grandma had wanted to have her body donated to science and had the paperwork in place but we did not know it had been signed. We signed for an autopsy of her body because she would have wanted that, but the hospital was backed up and we had made the funeral arrangements delayed already for Jude, Jason and Jessica to come home from college. The doctors felt that she passed a blood clot into her lung, possibly formed in her leg from laying in bed for so many weeks.
Grandma was very involved in the Rosary Society at St George's church and ran the religious article store at the back of church on Sundays. She used to iron the altar linens when we were kids. When Alice and Rita were in grammar school she was a crossing guard at the corner of Hazel Rd and Dey St.
When Mary was in high school, Grandma used to sew a lot of clothes for the 3 girls.
Grandma had handwriting like the old palmer books. She also always had beautiful fingernails. She was very fussy about all of the shades in the house being at the same level and all of the curtains being hung straight and closed, and changed with every season. The grandchildren always loved to buy her papertowels as a joke gift - she was always so warm that there was always a folded papertowel in her pocket. They could always count on pretzels or peanuts on the coffee table (from which Michele once swallowed a WHOLE almond!) and a porch full of African violets. Their dog, Curly, could always be found wherever the kids in the house were. The kids loved the rocking horse on springs also out on the porch, and they always wondered about the step leading up to the forbidden unknown, the attic where we all slept as kids. Our kids never believed that we all slept upstairs with no heat.

 

Source reference N43 :

Individuals : Pimblott Charles Edward
Heaton Mersey War Memorial
Location: Jersey place, Didsbury Road, Heaton Mersey.
Inscription:
"Their name liveth for evermore"
In memory sacred for all time of the Heaton mersey men who fell in the great war for the world's freedom.
Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.
1914 - 1918

 

Source reference N44 :

Individuals : Harvey Uriah

 

Source reference N45 :

Individuals : Kelly William
[KONZELMANN.ged]
??arrived on a ship thru Boston
[KONZELMANN.GED]
??arrived on a ship thru Boston

 

Source reference N46 :

Individuals : Kelly Sadie
SADIE WHO WAS UNMARRIED AND LIVED IN AN ADULT HOME. JOSEPH'S DAUGHTER ALICE CARED FOR HER[KONZELMANN.ged]
Sadie Kelly never married, she lived in an adult group home, Aunt Alice Ridgeway used to care for her.

 

Source reference N47 :
Died in a bike accident[KONZELMANN.ged]
Tim died in a bicycle accident.
[KONZELMANN.GED]
Tim died in a bicycle accident.

 

Source reference N48 :

Individuals : Pimblott Charlotte
[KONZELMANN.ged]
Charlotte basically left the family after her retarded daughter was born, even though she always stayed in the Paterson area. On 5/5/81 she walked from the senior citizen housing in Paterson to buy a birthday card for Dottie Craig, she was bending over to tie her shoe while waiting for the traffic light and was beheaded by a tractor trailer because the driver did not see her.
At her funeral we met our cousin Bridget who lives in a home for retarded adults in Paterson, NJ. She was not severely retarded as we had been led to believe and she was understandably overwhelmed at meeting all of us and learning of all of our spouses and children. My guess is that she was born about 1944.
[KONZELMANN.GED]
Charlotte basically left the family after her retarded daughter was born, even though she always stayed in the Paterson area. On 5/5/81 she walked from the senior citizen housing in Paterson to buy a birthday card for Dottie Craig, she was bending over to tie her shoe while waiting for the traffic light and was beheaded by a tractor trailer because the driver did not see her.
At her funeral we met our cousin Bridget who lives in a home for retarded adults in Paterson, NJ. She was not severely retarded as we had been led to believe and she was understandably overwhelmed at meeting all of us and learning of all of our spouses and children. My guess is that she was born about 1944.[KONZELMANN.GED]
Charlotte basically left the family after her retarded daughter was born, even though she always stayed in the Paterson area. On 5/5/81 she walked from the senior citizen housing in Paterson to buy a birthday card for Dottie Craig, she was bending over to tie her shoe while waiting for the traffic light and was beheaded by a tractor trailer because the driver did not see her.
At her funeral we met our cousin Bridget who lives in a home for retarded adults in Paterson, NJ. She was not severely retarded as we had been led to believe and she was understandably overwhelmed at meeting all of us and learning of all of our spouses and children. My guess is that she was born about 1944.

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