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While reflection upon thoughts about my ancestors, which commenced equally from my parents side, the foundation for my New York started with my mother, who was born in Manhatten New York, in 1923 and reared by her parents who worked full time jobs. Her father worked for the Edison Company the whole of his adult life, he started for Edison as a young lad, lighting the gas street lights in the city and retired as an executive with the company. Her mother was a manager of a large downtown bank, which during those days was extraordinary for a woman. They retained a very active social life and went out almost every night, which was New York in the 1920, fun, fun and more fun.


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      Anne E wrote Apr 22, 2011
    • Nice piece of writing!  I would love to go back to New York City someday! I’m just curious- did your parent’s marriage work out? It looks like they gave up a lot for each other.  Were they both Catholic?



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      Darlene Sabella wrote Apr 22, 2011
    • Very Interesting subject this is, they were both Catholic, and while I was very young we did go to church but my dad never went with us.  They stayed married for 25 years.  Then dad remarried twice after that. My life story is strange, however I am sure everyone’s is...LOL  Thank you for your comment my dear friend....Love & peace Darskiheart



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