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of Parish, FL; a sister, Elaine Currier, of Danielson, CT; twenty nieces and nephews ... Arrangements are with the Seymour Funeral home in Potsdam. (Watertown Daily Times)
of Parish, FL; a sister, Elaine Currier, of Danielson, CT; twenty nieces and nephews ... Arrangements are with the Seymour Funeral home in Potsdam. (WWNY TV)
Migliano is survived by her sons, Thomas Migliano of Cos Cob and Vincent Migliano of Danielson ... home 70 Parsonage Road, Greenwich CT 06830 or Masonicare Hospice 535 Connecticut Ave., Suite 101 Norwalk CT 06854. The Leo P. Gallagher & Son Funeral ... (Greenwich Daily Voice)
John F. Lyons, of Trumbull, died Aug. 29, 2014, at Connecticut Hospice in Branford. Mr. Lyons was born May 16, 1930, in New York, N.Y., son of the late John and Helen Lyons. He was the husband of the late Patricia (Tillinghast) Lyons. He served in the U. (trumbulltimes.com)
They said he would break into her home, once hid in her basement ... when a then 19-year-old William C. Tillinghast of Smithfield failed to appear after making bail on a charge of breaking, entering and larceny in the nighttime. Tillinghast was a passenger ... (Sun-Journal)
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