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We are seeking information on Thomas Henry Dwyer and Margaret Gokey. Both born in middle late 1800's. He hails from either Ireland or Massachusetts. She is thought to be from around Messina, New York. (upstate). They had five children, Edna, Thomas Henry (never was called Jr.,nicknamed Sonny),Helen, Dorothy(uncertain) and Harold. They were married in Monson, Mass
around 1900 to 1902.
Margaret Gokey we know the least about. She may have been of either (or both) French Canadian or Mohawk descent. She died in the late forties or very early 50's. He died much earlier, in the thirties. They both died in or near Palmer, Massachusetts.

We are also seeking information about Lee's family (Libera).
Vincenzo Fracassi and Caterina Crozzoli were born inthe late 1800's in a mountain town called Supra Tre Monte in northeastern
Italy. The closest large city is Udine, a little north of Trieste. The probably married in the early 1900's as well. Perhaps between 1900 and 1902/3. The had three children,
Aveneri, Libera, Alba. (the future, freedom, purity, respectively) The children were born in Northfield, Vermont.
The family later moved to Waterbury. Tom met Libera when, as a truck driver he delivered materials to The Vermont STate Psychiatric Hospital where Libera worked as an aid. It is likely that they were married in Waterbury around 1925.

Please contact Michael D. Dwyer, Ph.D.
at 112 Beech Street, Berea, Ohio 44017
if you have any information to share. I certainly shall reciprocate. Thank you.
The Thomas and Libera Dwyer Family Home Page
Updated September 5, 2000

Michael David Dwyer
112 Beech Street
Berea, Ohio 44017
United States
440 826-0142
Fax: 440 826-8549

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