"Wendy, could your write a brief summary of what you are looking for and tell me what you have found out so far. It's rather confusing to read the posts on here to get it all straight. I don't want to duplicate efforts that have…"
"some more info.
Franklin Tobey was born in Middleborough 10 mar 1886. parents John L Tobey (born New Bedford) and Rebecca E Kennedy (born St John NB).
John L Tobey and Rebecca married 16 feb 1884 in Middleboro. John was 34, son…"
"i'm gonna work on more. i'm still out with my friend, but i can tell you that i havent spotted them for 1930 still. but in 1890 they lived at 310 centre in Brockton. I still have to check the rest of the directories. will check for any…"
"In 1880 James and Annie lived in Middleborough. No children yet. She born St John (New Brunswick), both parents NB as well. James born in Mass, parents in Scotland.
in 1900 there were in Precinct A of Brockton. Living with them is Rebach E…"
Thank you for your offer of help. I am new at genealogy but I love it. My great grandfather Roger Kennedy died in Nov 6,190 at 78 years old. In his obituary he is survived by daughters Mre R E tovy of Brockton and Mrs…"
Are you a member of ancestry.com? My genealogy addiction began with a 14 day free trial to that site about 3 years ago! At first it seemed like I constantly had my face in the computer. Now it's more of a part time hobby, although just…"
(I love the spelling of your name) I am looking for two great great aunts who lived in the Brocton Mass area in 1909. Their Father Roger (Rodger) Kennedy died Nov 6, 1909 and was survived by Mrs James Bonner of Brocton Mass and Mrs. RE…"
Wendy, could your write a brief summary of what you are looking for and tell me what you have found out so far. It's rather confusing to read the posts on here to get it all straight. I don't want to duplicate efforts that have already been done. Be happy to be of assistance if I can. You might tell me what sources you have used so far also. Thanks,
Are you a member of ancestry.com? My genealogy addiction began with a 14 day free trial to that site about 3 years ago! At first it seemed like I constantly had my face in the computer. Now it's more of a part time hobby, although just as intriguing.
I no longer pay for my ancestry subscription because I am not on the site as much, but the Brockton Public Library has an archive/research room with a computer that has free access to ancestry. It was on this website that I became familiar with census records and through those found a lot of information. I know there is a free website called something like familysearch.com thatis fun by the morman church. The site just seemed a little too complicated to navigate as I was beginning my search. If you do not have access to any of these sservices I may be able to look some stuff up for you at my library although not until next week.Keep in toucvh. Chrystine
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