Frank ARCHANGELO

1929 - ____

Father: Franchesco ARCHANGELO
Mother: Pacfia EMIDA


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                         |  
 _Franchesco ARCHANGELO _|
|  m 1921                |
|                        |__
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|--Frank ARCHANGELO 
|  (1929 - ....)
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|_Pacfia EMIDA __________|
   m 1921                |
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George Edward DENNIS

____ - ____

Family 1 : Candace Llewellyn HESTER
  1. +Kevin Edward DENNIS
Family 2 : Sheri FRIEND

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Maureen K KELLEY

[130]

28 Mar 1949 - ____

Father: David James KELLEY
Mother: Marion Loretta MEYER

Family 1 : John WOJNISZ
  1.  Christopher Joseph WOJNISZ
  2. +Michael David WOJNISZ
Family 2 : Edward DUNNING
  1. +Gregory DUNNING

                         _Joseph Martin KELLEY _+
                        | (1885 - 1946)         
 _David James KELLEY ___|
| (1925 - 2008) m 1945  |
|                       |_Rosemary R. OWENS ____+
|                         (1894 - 1974)         
|
|--Maureen K KELLEY 
|  (1949 - ....)
|                        _Harry MEYER __________+
|                       | (1903 - 1980) m 1924  
|_Marion Loretta MEYER _|
  (1926 - 1993) m 1945  |
                        |_Elsie Marie MCMULLEN _+
                          (1906 - 1982) m 1924  

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[130] Maureen Kelley Dunning:

Maureen Kelley Dunning was born March 28 1949 to the parents of David
J.Kelley and Marion L. Meyer Kelley in Upland Pa. We lived in Pa. till I was
6 years old and then moved to Wilm. De. I am third oldest of ten children,
and I can tell you, I was never lonely or that it was ever quiet around our
house. We Kelley's are noisy with the exception of Tom and Jack, who are the
quiet ones, it must have been overwhelming for them at times. It was great
growing up in a large family. My favorite memories are around Christmas
time. Dad would go out on Christmas Eve and look for the biggest tree he
could find, he always had to cut off the top of the tree to get it into the
house. While the older kids got to help Mom
wrap gifts. Dad would lay out all the lights on the floor to see what needed
to be replaced, and then hang them, unlit. We all got to decorate the tree
and what a good time it was, throwing all that tinsel on it after decorating
it. Good nights said and off to bed, waiting for Santa to arrive. I would
end up keeping everybody up, talking till late in the morning. About 5am we
would all wake up and go to the top of the stairs and ask if it was okay to
come down. Dad and Mom never even got to go to sleep, because they were
still putting toys, bikes, wagons and anything that had to be put together.
Dad would say that Santa was gone, and we would all run down the stairs, Oh,
what a sight it was, the tree all lit up, it was Beautiful! Wall to wall
toys and gifts and the wonderful smell of evergreen, Mom's cooking bacon,
sausage, ham and homemade biscuits. We would spend most of the day after
Christmas Mass, playing board games together and a big turkey dinner with
Mom's special apple, sausage stuffing, the best! Mom spent a lot of time
with us, reading the classics, Hiedi, Tom Sawyer, Huck Finn, Little Women
and Little Men etc. She would make homemade potato chips, and doughnuts
before we all sat down to read. We went on picnics in the summer, sledding,
ice skating at Brandywine and Rockford Park with Mom, she taught us all to
ice skate at a very early age. Dad never missed a sports event that we were
involved in and he coached Basketball, and Baseball for Sacred Heart School,
where we all attended. Dad and Mom taught us that love will keep our family
strong, through the good and the not so good times, which we had, but we are
still very close and I like to remember the best times more. I am Married to
a great man, Ed who is a very loving and patient guy, he puts up with me, I
am a little bit intense to say the least. I have three handsome sons, Chris,
Michael, Gregory and my two beautiful Grandchildren Zachary and Alison.
[Michael's children]Chris is a builder and can fix just about anything,
lucky me. He also is very much like me in several ways, and sometimes we
clash, but he is the most sweetest, and so full of love, I am so proud of
him. Chris is also very good at sports, he played every sport that was
offered, basketball, baseball, soccer,and football, ice skating and fishing.
Chris also has started a large collection of exotic fish. Michael is my
closest friend, he shares a lot with me and I can always count on him.
Michael spent 3 years in Army National Guards, and was a color Guard in the
parades and has an Honorable discharged with the rank of Specialist E-4. His
enjoys weight lifting, running, skiing, Martial Arts, and dancing at the
local clubs. Michael is also very handy around the house fixing mostly
everything. When Michael was 10 years old he took my garbage disposal apart
to get out a srew that had fallen in, he took about two hours to get it out,
and disposal worked again. Michael's job as a District manager for the
Tri-State area for Barnes and Noble stores keeps him very busy because he
goes into different & Noble stores in these areas to train managers. Michael
is also musician, plays the guitar, and piano. Michael is Zachary's dad and
is a great daddy at that! He also played sports, baseball, football and a
great ice skater. Gregory is my youngest and will always be my baby, of
course he does not want to hear that. He is my most creative child, he
writes stories, poems and draws, he has inherited some of his talents from
my Mom. Greg also is excellent in sports, he gets that from both sides of
the family. He plays Ice Hockey, 6 months out of the year, a long haul for
us though, he is at the ice skating rink a lot, but hey! maybe someday we
will see him in the Pro's, you just never know! Greg is in the 5th grade at
St. Peter's Apostle in old New Castle, he is an A and B student, he is also
a very proud Uncle, he thinks Zachary is the funniest baby around, and
Zachary just loves his Uncle Greg. Some more favorite memories are about
Kathy, she and I are very close sister's my best friend, in high school we
had a great time. Kathy was very popular and never had a problem getting
dates, of which I was lucky too, she always made sure she got a date for me
and that we double dated, it was much more fun and safer, Mom taught us
that. We would travel up to Philly by train on weekends to the dances, the
boys from Philly were the best dancers ever and were so cute. We also
visited our Grandmother Kelley, and she would take us to work with her at
Wanamakers, and have dinner upstairs in the restaurant or dinner at her
house sitting at her wrought iron glass top table in her sunny kitchen, lamb
chops were her specialty, I am not real fond of lamb, but we could not hurt
her feelings. I remember one time when my oldest son Chris wasabout 6 months
old and was teething and sitting on her lap at Uncle Don and Aunt Betty's,
she let him teeth on her silver bracelet, that she had all her other
Grandchildren's teeth marks on the inside of the bracelet, Chris was the
first Great-grandchild to teeth on it. I remember her as so beautiful and
had lots of class. I have a lot of great memories of her. Dad would drive us
up to Grandmother Kelley's on the Holiday's all dressed up and We all sing
for her, Dad thought we were the greatest. I also have wonderful memories of
my Grandmom Morgan [Mom's Mother] she was very strict but would hug and kiss
you all the time, we would stay with her for the summer and she would take
us all over the small town of Hatboro shopping, and to Willow Grove
Amusement Park. She was the best cook, the smells of her kitchen were of
coffee and bacon. Grandmom's freezer always had ice cream in it, there were
large cans of Charlie's Potato chips and Pretzels, we got plenty of junk
food, but hey, all kids love that. I also spent a lot of time with Aunt
Aileen, she lived close to Grandmom's and would come over to visit. I also
took turns staying there, during the summer. I am still very close to Aunt
Aileen, we are only 13 years apart, and we have a lot in common, I just love
her dearly! Three years ago Aunt Aileen, my sister Connie, cousin Susan, I
all went to New Orleans together, what a fun time! Grea tplace to go! My
hobbies are sewing, decorating, and I make porcelain dolls as gifts and for
myself, I ice skate, walk, and swim. My husband occasionally plays golf with
me, he shoots in the low 80's and I really hold him back, but he very
patient with me, more then I can say about my game. Like I said, he only
takes out me on occasions. Well, I guess that's all for now, more later.
December 2, 2001
I am back to writing after a few years and I want to update more information
since 1998, the last time I wrote in my life journal. Mike has a daughter
Alison who will be two years old on March 10th. She is adorable, she has big
beautiful brown eyes [the first brown eyed baby] and light auburn red hair.
I can't wait for her to be old enough to take her clothes shopping with me,
you know she the first girl in my immediate family finally! My brother Jim
has added Alison to our family tree page. My Grandson Zachary, [Alison big
brother] is 5 years old already and he is a handsome boy, he has Michael's
beautiful Irish eyes, and he is so smart just like his daddy. Zachary is
attending Kindergarten at St. Anthony's Catholic school in Wilmington, and
is doing just fine! My youngest son Gregory is now a freshman at St. Mark's
Catholic High School, I can't believe he has grown so fast. Greg was my
height 5 in.5 ft.at St.Peter's graduation in May and is now 5ft.10in. my
little boy is a teenager already! Greg has his brother Mike's gift for
music, he plays the electric guitar and very good. He is in a band with some
friends and practice everyday. I am teaching Pre-K at Milestones Early
Education Center, I been there 2 years and I have the best age group 4 & 5
year olds. They entertain and make me laugh, and I really love my job, they
are all so adorable. Chris and Mike are doing well, working and finally on
there own, yeah! One more to raise and send out into the world, and hope for
the best for my sons! Ed is great is a business manager for a Toyota
dealership in PA and is working a lot of hours.


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Patricia M. KELLEY

1952 - ____

Father: Donald V. KELLEY
Mother: Elizabeth A. KEARNEY

Family 1 : James T. RUSSO
  1. +James T. RUSSO
  2. +John D. RUSSO
  3.   PATRICIA

                         _Joseph Martin KELLEY _+
                        | (1885 - 1946)         
 _Donald V. KELLEY _____|
| (1928 - 2007)         |
|                       |_Rosemary R. OWENS ____+
|                         (1894 - 1974)         
|
|--Patricia M. KELLEY 
|  (1952 - ....)
|                        _______________________
|                       |                       
|_Elizabeth A. KEARNEY _|
  (1929 - ....)         |
                        |_______________________
                                                

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Karl Anton Locher LOCHER

3 Nov 1791 - 8 Jan 1871

Father: Jakob LOCHER
Mother: Maria Barbara BURKI


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 _Jakob LOCHER ________|
| (1720 - 1792)        |
|                      |__
|                         
|
|--Karl Anton Locher LOCHER 
|  (1791 - 1871)
|                       __
|                      |  
|_Maria Barbara BURKI _|
  (1730 - ....)        |
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Gary MICHAEL

____ - ____

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