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Gallagher - Newcamp - Home Page

Updated November 22, 2005

James N. Gallagher
2310 Regency Ct.
Fairborn, Ohio 45324
United States
937-879-1298
james038@ameritech.net

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At present searching for info on a James Gallagher who lived in the Germantown area of Philadelphia. He was married to Louella May Hare ( I have not found a marriage certificate as I do not know where they were married or when. I Suspect the Phila. area around 1893) He died in 1899 as a result of a Broken Back, buried in Holy Sepulchre Cem. on Cheltenham Ave. They had a Son (my Father) he was 5 yrs old when his Father died as a result we know nothing of him or his family.
In 1893 James lived on Stenton Ave near Sprague Gtn
1894 Stenton Ave Gtn
1896 5611 Bloyd Gtn
1897 6722 Bass Gtn
1899 Godfrey & Norwood Gtn where he died.

Francis Rodgers and his wife Ainne McAlser. they had three daughters:- Susanna(Susan(, Mary, and a Half sister Elizabeth.
I Known little about them. I have not found him in the The U.S. Census from 1840.(I found Francis Rogers and his family in later years, he died when ???, Anne remarried to a Henry Carney and had a daughter Elizabeth, I do not know what happen to Anne or when or where she died. Elizabeth lived with her half-brother untill she married a Bonnell( when?? or who ??).
Susanna was born about 1854 and was Married to Joshua Newcamp.
Newcamp. I thank you for any and all information.

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