Today I guess I begin a journey of sorts that people may or may not have interest in. Now I have a historical soap box to stand on and share with the world as much of my families history in Victor New York as I possibly can.
My passion with history started in 4th grade when my grandmother Madeline (Farrell) Crane was brought into my classroom as “Show And Tell.” Yes the days in grade school where you could bring that one unique thing into your class on that one special day and rub it in your classmates noses. To me that was my grandma. I don’t really remember asking her to come to the class that day I think it was probably my mother Maryann (Crane) Bauer who probably had more to do with it. The attached photo is one of the first photos that I can recall my grandmother pulling out of her collection as she talked about the days of old with my 4th grade class.
I have a lot to share and now a place to do it!
09 Sunday Feb 2014
Posted Family History, Victor New Yorkin
Awesome… Can’t wait to read more !!!!
I have been researching the same Farrell family for the past 6 years without much luck! I am so excited to find you. Most of my trouble starts because my great grand father (Thomas) was orphaned by his father (John). John is Patrick’s son, and I would love to know all you know about this family.
Wow! This is great! Where are you Collin? Where’s home? Where did John & Thomas end up? I know that that Patrick did have brothers in Rochester. My great Aunt Esther is still alive but time is ticking. Let me know what information you may be looking for and I can sit down with her ASAP!
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