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and in the plethora of papers I found a family tree of my dad’s side of the family.
This family tree is so big that it folds out accordion style into ten pages!
Sadly, it only goes so far back to 1943 where John (my great great grandfather) died in New York City. He apparently had immigrated from Ireland when he was young (around 22 years old). And his birthday was October 31st, 1868!
The name John runs really far in my family. There’s my great great great grandfather John, my great great grandfather John (1868-1943), my great grandfather John (died 1973), and my grandfather John (died 1979). My father’s name is Robert, but his brother’s name is John and my brother’s middle name is John!