Daly, Cook and Quigg

Daly Family The Daly family, John and Mary, immigrated to the United States from Ireland as young people.  Sometime between 1855 and 1860, they purchased a farm just outside of Cleveland in an area commonly referred to as Reed Tract.  After establishing their farm, they later sent for their nephew, John Cook, also from Ireland.  […]

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Visiting the Mancuso’s

This video is taken of the Mancuso and Arrigo residence on Chestnut Hill Drive, Liverpool. Uncle Carmen and Aunt Lizzie, as well as Tony and Marie Arrigo are recognizable to me. I’m not sure about the other guests, perhaps Ferrante or Arrigos.

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William F. Wheeler – In His Own Words

The Memories of William Wheeler   Forward In the later years of his life, Bill Wheeler had created a series of audio tapes where, after the encouragement of his family, he recorded highlights of his early life.  This document, taken from the written transcript of these recordings, highlights the time frame between 1906 and 1940.  […]

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William F. Wheeler – Rough Riders Files

The following is a list of various newspaper clippings of William F. Wheeler and the Rough Riders of Oneida’s Troop D. 1929 Clippings 1929-08-25 – (Oneida) “Annual Field Day Troop ‘D’” Part 1 | Part 2 1933 Clippings 1933-06-13 – (Oneida) “Trooper Field Day Is Set For Aug. 12“ 1933-06-13 – (Oneida) “Riding Team To Take Part In […]

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Kay Wheeler’s Memories: Part 3

Table of Contents Introduction John Henry Crouch and Eliza Ann View John Cook and Mary Frances McDermott Joseph Quigg and Mary Frances Cook Agnes, Edward, Marion and Butsy Quigg Harry Crouch Rose Esther Quigg Crouch Pre-Minetto Minetto Burt House River Road Crown Avenue Dolls Girl Scouts Education Swimming Skating Bridge Holidays Doctors Transportation Misc. Childhood […]

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