Descendants of Frederick W. Guy

 

Generation No. 1

1. FREDERICK W.2 GUY (GUY1) was born 1845 in PA (Source: 1900 US Census.), and died 1918 in Binghamton, NY, Broome County. He married MARY A. CURRAN. She was born Abt. 1857 in Iowa (Source: 1900 US Census.), and died June 07, 1920 in Buried in Guy family plot S.E.C - Age 63.
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REDERICK W. GUY: Burial: 1918, Floral Park Cemetery, Johnson City, NY
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ARY A. CURRAN:
Obituary from Microfiche at Binghamton Public Library, Binghamton Press, Monday, June 7, 1920:
Mrs. Mary A. Guy, widow of Frederick Guy, died Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at her home, 110 Walnut Street. She is survived by three sons, Frederick W., and W.A. Guy of Syracuse and Frank E. Guy of this city, and five daughters, Mrs. E.L. Moore of Johnson City, Mrs. E.J. Hamel, Mrs. J.H. Johnson, Miss Freda Guy and Miss Mildred Guy, all of this city. The funeral was held this morning at 9 o'clock at the home and at 9:30 o'clock in St. Patrick's church. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery.

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Burial: 1920, Calvary Cemetery, Harry L. Drive, Johnson City, NY

Children of FREDERICK GUY and MARY CURRAN are:

i. FREDA H.3 GUY, d. January 10, 1983, River Mead Manor, Binghamton, NY, Broome County; m. JOSEPH J. MADDEN; b. Abt. 1894; d. January 03, 1970, Lourdes Hospital, Binghamton, NY, Broome County (Source: Obituary, local newspaper.).
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REDA H. GUY:

Information from Obit in Binghamton Press 1/11/1983
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REDA H. GUY:

Burial: Unknown, Calvary Cemetery, Harry L. Drive, Johnson City, NY
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OSEPH J. MADDEN:
Obituary from Binghamton Press:
Joseph J. Madden, 76, 2-35 Saratoga Terrace, died Saturday morning at 2:30am at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital after a long illness. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Freda H. (Guy) Madden, Binghamton; two brothers, John F. Madden, Vestal, J. Raymond Madden, Binghamton; also several nieces and nephews. He was a member of St. Andrews Church. He was a retired member of the Binghamton Fire Dept. and a member of the Binghamton Firemen's Benevolent Association. He was a veteran of World War I, serving with the U.S. Army. He was a member of the American Legion, Binghamton, Post No. 80. Funeral services will be held at 8:30am Monday from the Walter d. Sullivan & Son Funeral Home, 45 Oak Street. and at 9:30am at St. Andrews Church, where a High Mass of Requiem will be offered. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. The Rosary will be recited at the funeral home this evening at 8. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9pm.
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OSEPH J. MADDEN:

Burial: January 05, 1970, Calvary Cemetery, Harry L. Drive, Johnson City, NY (Source: Cemetery Records.)

Military service: U.S.Army, WWI (Source: Obituary, local newspaper.)
2. ii. M
AUDE GUY, b. Abt. 1892; d. March 27, 1984, 6:10pm Willow Point Nursing Home, Binghamton, NY, Broome County.

3. iii. GERTRUDE E. GUY, d. Abt. January 26, 1965, Johnson City, New York.

iv. MILDRED GUY, d. Unknown; m. DENMAN T. DAY; d. Unknown.

4. v. FREDERICK W. GUY, b. 1877; d. February 22, 1922, Buried in Guy family plot - no headstone.

5. vi. WARREN A. GUY, b. April 1878, Pensylvania; d. November 23, 1938, Binghamton, NY, Broome County.

6. vii. FRANK I. GUY, b. August 14, 1883, Little Meadows, PA; d. February 13, 1956, Binghamton, NY, Broome County.

viii. MARY A. GUY, b. 1888, New York (Source: 1920 US Census.); d. March 19, 1932, Binghamton, Broome County, New York (Source: Obituary, local newspaper.); m. EDWARD J. HAMEL (Source: 1920 US Census.); b. 1894, New York (Source: 1920 US Census.); d. Unknown.
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ARY A. GUY:
Obituary from microfiche at Binghamton Public Library, Binghamton Press march 1932:
The funeral of Mrs. Mary Guy Hamel was held this morning at 9 o'clock at the Walter D. Sullivan funeral home, 32 Main Street and at 9:30 o'clock at St. Patrick's church. Solemn high mass of requiem was celebrated. The Rev. Edward Kenefic was celebrant, the Rev. William Stapleton deacon and the Rev. Francis Furnieru subdeacon. The Rev. Ambrose M. Dwyer was in the chancel. St. Patrick's choir assisted by Miss Mable Ring and Ernest Dunbar, sang. The pallbearers were Joseph Madden, Christopher Brown, Patrick, J. Hastings, Ray Dorsey, Frank Kelley and Cyril Donovan. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery. Father Dwyer officiated at the grave.
 

More About MARY A. GUY:

Burial: 1932, Calvary Cemetery, Harry L. Drive, Johnson City, NY (Source: Obituary, local newspaper.)

Residence: 1920, 110 Walnut St., Binghamton, NY (Source: 1920 US Census.)
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DWARD J. HAMEL:

Occupation: 1920, Cutter, Shoe Factory (Source: 1920 US Census.)

Residence: 1920, 110 Walnut St., Binghamton, NY (Source: 1920 US Census.)
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ESSIE GUY, b. 1889; d. 1900, Binghamton, Broome County, New York.
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ESSIE GUY:

buried in Guy Family Plot in Floral Park Cemetery, Binghamton, NY - Age10 years
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ESSIE GUY:

Burial: 1900, Floral Park Cemetery, Johnson City, NY
 

Generation No. 2

2. MAUDE3 GUY (FREDERICK W.2, GUY1) was born Abt. 1892, and died March 27, 1984 in 6:10pm Willow Point Nursing Home, Binghamton, NY, Broome County. She married JAMES HIRAM JOHNSON. He died June 15, 1953 in Binghamton City Hospital, Binghamton, NY, Broome County.
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AUDE GUY:

Information from Obit in Binghamton Press 3/29/1984
About M
AUDE GUY:

Burial: Unknown, Vestal Hills Memorial Park Cemetery, Vestal, NY
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AMES HIRAM JOHNSON:
Obituary from Microfiche at Binghamton Public Library, Binghamton Press, June 15, 1953:
James Johnson, 65, of Hutton Road RD 5 died at 8:30am today at Binghamton City Hospital. He is survived by his wife, Maude Johnson; one daughter, Mrs. Carroll Smythe; one brother Gilbert Johnson, both of Binghamton three sisters, Mrs. Clyde Darrow, Mrs. Thomas Murray, both of Binghamton, and Mrs. Helen J. Smith or New York City. The body was moved to the George H. Scholderer Home for Funerals.

Child of MAUDE GUY and JAMES JOHNSON is:

7. i. JEAN4 JOHNSON, b. Private.
 

3. GERTRUDE E.3 GUY (FREDERICK W.2, GUY1) died Abt. January 26, 1965 in Johnson City, New York. She married EDSON L. MOORE. He died Unknown.
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ERTRUDE E. GUY:
Obituary from Binghamton Press 26 January, 1965
Mrs. Gertrude E. Moore, 1423 Castle Creek Road, died Monday at 11:35am She was the widow of Edson L. Moore. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Louis F. (Mildred) Sherman, with whom she made her home; three sisters, Mrs. James H. (Maude) Johnson and Mrs. Joseph J. (Freda) Madden, both of Binghamton and Mrs. Denman T. (Mildred) Day, Augusta, Ga.; several nieces and nephews. She was a member of Sarah Jane Johnson Memorial Methodist Church. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 1:30 PM at the Barber Funeral Home, 428 Main St., Johnson City. The Rev. Rose=well W. Lyon, D. D., pastor of Sarah Jane Johnson Memorial methodist Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Riverhurst Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home this evening from 7 to 9. the family requests that flowers be omitted.
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ERTRUDE E. GUY:

Burial: Abt. January 26, 1965, Riverhurst Cemetery, Johnson City, New York

Child of GERTRUDE GUY and EDSON MOORE is:

i. MILDRED4 MOORE, b. Private; m. LOUIS F. SHERMAN, Private; b. Private.
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OUIS SHERMAN and MILDRED MOORE:

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4. FREDERICK W.3 GUY (FREDERICK W.2, GUY1) was born 1877, and died February 22, 1922 in Buried in Guy family plot - no headstone. He married ANNA. She died Unknown.
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REDERICK W. GUY:
Obituary from Microfiche at Binghamton Public Library, Binghamton Press, Friday, Feb 24, 1922:
Frederick W. Guy, former resident of this city, died Thursday afternoon at his home in Syracuse. He is survived by his wife, Anna, a daughter, Mrs. Lena Dillon; two brothers, Warren A. Guy or Syracuse and Frank Guy of this city, and four sisters, Mrs. E. J. Hamel, Mrs, J. H. Johnson and the Misses Mildred and Freda Guy, all of this city. The body will be brought to this city Saturday afternoon at 2:10 o'clock. Burial will be in Clavary cemetery.
 

More About FREDERICK W. GUY:

Burial: Abt. February 25, 1922, Calvary Cemetery, Harry L. Drive, Johnson City, NY

Child of FREDERICK GUY and ANNA is:

i. LENA4 GUY, b. Private; m. DILLON, Private; b. Private.
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ILLON and LENA GUY:

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5. WARREN A.3 GUY (FREDERICK W.2, GUY1) was born April 1878 in Pensylvania (Source: 1900 US Census.), and died November 23, 1938 in Binghamton, NY, Broome County. He married AGNES ELAINE CALAHAN, daughter of CALAHAN and UNKNOWN. She was born 1879, and died March 10, 1965 in Buried in Guy family plot S.W.C. Age 86.
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ARREN A. GUY:

lived at 110 Walnut Street, Binghamton, NY, Broome County, (1910) (Source: Binghamton City Directory)
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ARREN A. GUY:

Burial: 1938, Floral Park Cemetery, Johnson City, NY
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GNES ELAINE CALAHAN:

Funeral was held 3-13-65 at 8:00 A.M. at St. Teresa Church, Akron, NY. Ross Funeral Home, Akron, NY.
Obituary form Binghamton Press:

Mrs. Agnes Elaine (Calahan) Guy, Akron, NY, and Getzville, NY, widow of Warren Guy, died Wednesday. She is survived by two sons, Warren, California and J. Robert, Lockport; three daughters, Mrs. Andrew (Ruth) Stohl, Clifton, NJ, Mrs. Army (Mary) Cheavacci, Akron and Mrs. Joseph (Janice) Lawler, Getzville; seven grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren. Prayer services will be held Saturday at 7:30 am at the Ross Funeral Home, Inc., 32 John St., Akron, NY, and where friends may call today and Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9pm. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 8am at St. Teresa Church, Akron. Prayer services will be held Saturday at 4pm at the Calvary Cemetery Chapel, Johnson City.
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GNES ELAINE CALAHAN:

Burial: March 13, 1965, Calvary Cemetery, Harry L. Drive, Johnson City, NY

Children of WARREN GUY and AGNES CALAHAN are:

i. WARREN4 GUY, b. Private.

ii. J. ROBERT GUY, b. Private.

iii. RUTH L. GUY, b. Private; m. ANDREW STOHL, Private; b. Private.
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NDREW STOHL and RUTH GUY:

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iv. M
ARY GUY, b. Private; m. ARMY CHEAVACCI, Private; b. Private.
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RMY CHEAVACCI and MARY GUY:

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v. J
ANICE GUY, b. Private; m. JOSEPH LAWLER, Private; b. Private.
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OSEPH LAWLER and JANICE GUY:

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vi. C
ARL GUY, b. Private.

vii. RALPH A. GUY, b. 1900, New York (Source: 1900 US Census.); d. May 22, 1916, City Hospital, Binghamton, NY, Broome County, (Source: Obituary, local newspaper.).
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ALPH A. GUY:
Obituary from microfiche at Binghamton Public Library, Binghamton Press, May 22, 1916:
Ralph Guy, aged 16 years, of 3 Harrison street, died this morning at the City Hospital. He is survived by his parents, three brothers, Carl, Warren, and Robert and one sister, Ruth L. Guy. Funeral announcements will be made later.
Buried in Guy family plot, Calvary Cemetery. (Cemetery Records)
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ALPH A. GUY:

Burial: 1916, Calvary Cemetery, Harry L. Drive, Johnson City, NY (Source: Cemetery Records.)

Medical Information: Ralph had a neck disease that made his head and neck "turn". He was said to have died from this disease. (Maybe Rye Syndrome ?) (Source: PI - Personal Iinterview.)
 

6. FRANK I.3 GUY (FREDERICK W.2, GUY1) was born August 14, 1883 in Little Meadows, PA (Source: Personnel Records - Binghamton NY Fire Dept..), and died February 13, 1956 in Binghamton, NY, Broome County (Source: Obituary, local newspaper.). He married (1) ELIZABETH LEONELLA NORTON, daughter of RICHARD NORTON and MARGARET SULLIVAN. She was born 1896 in Binghamton, New York, and died July 13, 1988 in Binghamton, NY, Broome County. He married (2) ANNA T. GRACE (Source: 1910 US Census.) 1906 (Source: 1910 US Census.), daughter of GRACE and UNKNOWN. She was born Abt. 1886 in New York, and died 1918 in Binghamton, Broome County, New York (Source: Cemetery Records.).
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RANK I. GUY:

as early as 1910 and as late as 1920 listed as Frank and Anna at 110 Walnut St, Binghamton, NY, Broome County (source: Binghamton City Directory, Binghamton Public Library)
 
Obituary from microfiche at Binghamton Public Library, Binghamton Press, Tues, Feb 14, 1956:
Frank I. Guy, of 18 William Street died at 4pm Monday at his home, after a long illness. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth (Norton) Guy; a son, Robert J. Guy of Kirkwood; three daughters, Mrs. Leo Noonan of Endwell, Mrs. Richard Lane and Miss Barbara J. Guy both of Binghamton; four sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Moore of Castle Creek Road, Mrs. Maude Johnson and Mrs. Joseph Madden, both of Binghamton, and Mrs. Denman Day of Vestal; seven grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. Before his retirement in May, 1947,, he had been a member of the Binghamton Fire Department for 35 years. The body was moved to the Thomas J. Shea Funeral Home, 137 Robinson Street, where friends may call this evening and Wednesday afternoon and evening.
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RANK I. GUY:

Burial: Abt. February 16, 1956, Calvary Cemetery, Harry L. Drive, Johnson City, NY (Source: Cemetery Records.)

Occupation: Bet. April 01, 1912 - May 10, 1947, Binghamton Fire Department (Source: Personnel Records - Binghamton NY Fire Dept..)

Residence: Bet. 1935 - 1956, 18 William St., Binghamton, NY (Source: Obituary, local newspaper.)
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LIZABETH LEONELLA NORTON:

Some changed name to Norton...
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LIZABETH LEONELLA NORTON:

Burial: Unknown, Calvary Cemetery, Harry L. Drive, Johnson City, NY

Name (Facts Pg): Norton
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NNA T. GRACE:
Obituary from Binghamton Press, Monday, November 4, 1918:
The funeral of Mrs. Frank Guy was held this morning at 9:15 o'clock at he home, 110 Walnut St., and at 9:45 at St. Patrick's Church, where a solemn high mass was celebrated. The very Rev. Dean John J. McLoughlin acted as celebrant, the Rev. William H. Olley as deacon and the Rev. James H. Burns as sub-deacon. The pallbearers were Daniel J. O'Brien, Enos P. Lane, John J. Shine, Frank T. Meagher, Jeremiah Foley and James J. Heffernan. The flower bearers were Leo J. Kelley and Thomas Gorman. Frederick Sydney Smith sang at the church. The Rev. James H. Burns and the Rev. William H. Oley officiated at the grave. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery.
 

First wife of Frank Guy. Died during influenza epidemic of 1918. No children.
Anna's younger sister Elizabeth was living with Frank and Anna in 1900.
 

More About ANNA T. GRACE:

Burial: Unknown, Calvary Cemetery, Harry L. Drive, Johnson City, NY (Source: Cemetery Records.)

Occupation: 1910, Roller in Cigar Shop (Source: 1910 US Census.)

Religion: St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Binghamton, NY

Residence: 1910, 110 Walnut St., Binghamton, NY (Source: 1910 US Census.)
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RANK GUY and ANNA GRACE:

Marriage: 1906 (Source: 1910 US Census.)

Children of FRANK GUY and ELIZABETH NORTON are:

8. i. ELIZABETH4 GUY, b. Private.

9. ii. MARGARET GUY, b. Private.

10. iii. ROBERT JAMES GUY, b. March 14, 1931; d. April 08, 1998, Pomona, CA.

11. iv. BARBARA JEAN GUY, b. March 14, 1931, Binghamton, NY, Broome County; d. March 24, 1988, Binghamton, NY, Broome County.
 

Generation No. 3

7. JEAN4 JOHNSON (MAUDE3 GUY, FREDERICK W.2, GUY1) was born Private. She married CARROLL SMYTHE Private. He was born Private.
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ARROLL SMYTHE and JEAN JOHNSON:

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Child of JEAN JOHNSON and CARROLL SMYTHE is:

i. CAROLINE5 SMYTHE, b. Private; m. JOHN FOREMAN, Private; b. Private.
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OHN FOREMAN and CAROLINE SMYTHE:

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8. ELIZABETH4 GUY (FRANK I.3, FREDERICK W.2, GUY1) was born Private. She married LEO J. NOONAN Private. He was born 1923, and died August 30, 1992.
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EO J. NOONAN:
Died at Binghamton General Hospital. Funeral services were held 2 Sep 1992 at 0930 at St. Pauls Church and Thomas Shea Funeral Home, Binghamton, NY, Broome County.
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EO J. NOONAN:

Burial: September 02, 1992, Calvary Cemetery, Harry L. Drive, Johnson City, NY

Name (Facts Pg): Uncle "Darb"
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EO NOONAN and ELIZABETH GUY:

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Children of ELIZABETH GUY and LEO NOONAN are:

i. JOANNE5 NOONAN, b. Private; m. BRUCE FALCONE, Private; b. Private.
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RUCE FALCONE and JOANNE NOONAN:

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ii. S
HEILA NOONAN, b. Private; m. PATRICK MCMANUS, Private; b. Private.
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ATRICK MCMANUS and SHEILA NOONAN:

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9. MARGARET4 GUY (FRANK I.3, FREDERICK W.2, GUY1) was born Private. She married RICHARD P. LANE Private. He was born 1928, and died April 04, 1995.
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ICHARD P. LANE:
Died at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston MA on 4 Apr 1995. Funeral services were held 7 Apr 1995 at 0930 at St. Paul's Church, and J.A. McCormack Sons Funeral Home, Binghamton, NY, Broome County.
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ICHARD P. LANE:

Burial: April 07, 1995, Calvary Cemetery, Harry L. Drive, Johnson City, NY
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ICHARD LANE and MARGARET GUY:

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Children of MARGARET GUY and RICHARD LANE are:

i. RICHARD J.5 LANE, b. Private; m. EILEEN, Private; b. Private.
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ICHARD LANE and EILEEN:

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ii. M
ICHAEL R. LANE, b. Private; m. ARLYNE, Private; b. Private.
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ICHAEL LANE and ARLYNE:

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iii. C
ATHERINE LANE, b. Private.

iv. MAUREEN LANE, b. Private.

v. BARBARA JEAN LANE, b. Private; m. DANIEL MILLER, Private; b. Private.
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ANIEL MILLER and BARBARA LANE:

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10. ROBERT JAMES4 GUY (FRANK I.3, FREDERICK W.2, GUY1) was born March 14, 1931, and died April 08, 1998 in Pomona, CA (Source: Obituary, local newspaper.). He married (1) BETTY. She died Bet. 1998 - 2000 in Pomona, Ca. He married (3) ISABEL THERESA KOCHIS Private, daughter of PAUL KOCHIS and SOPHIA PESSARCHICK.
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OBERT JAMES GUY:
Obituary from Binghamton Press, May 9, 1998:
Robert J. Guy, formerly of Binghamton
Robert James Guy, 66, of LaVerne, Calif., died April 8, 1998 at Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center, Pomona, after a brief illness. He was born in Binghamton, N.Y. and was a veteran of the Korean War.

More About ROBERT JAMES GUY:

Burial: April 14, 1998, Rose Hills Memorial Park, Whittier, CA (Source: Obituary, local newspaper.)

Social Security Number: 088-24-7707 SSN Death Index (Source: SSN Death Index.)
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OBERT GUY and ISABEL KOCHIS:

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Children of ROBERT GUY and ISABEL KOCHIS are:

ii. Robert James Guy, Jr. , b. Private

iii. LAURA MARIE GUY, b. Private; m. ROBERT TREFTON LANE, Private; b. Private.
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OBERT LANE and LAURA GUY:

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iv. CHRISTINE FRANCIS GUY
 

11. BARBARA JEAN4 GUY (FRANK I.3, FREDERICK W.2, GUY1) was born March 14, 1931 in Binghamton, NY, Broome County, and died March 24, 1988 in Binghamton, NY, Broome County. She married RICHARD LEO STEPHENS Private.
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ARBARA JEAN GUY:

Burial: Unknown, Calvary Cemetery, Harry L. Drive, Johnson City, NY
Children of B
ARBARA GUY and RICHARD STEPHENS are:

i. JOHN FRANCIS5 STEPHENS

ii. CAROL-ANN STEPHENS

 

Submitted by Laura Lane