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751 There are two Forest Park cemeteries near houston; I don't know which one it is. THOMPSON, Kathleen Frances (I432)
 
752 There is a baby picture of him looking at a fishbowl. CLARK, John (I406)
 
753 There is a Frank Lee on the Buffalo Census (1880, page 17, supervisors dist. 11, enum. dist. 155), aged 37, married to Ann, aged 34, with children Mary (14), Nelly (12), Joseph (9), Frank (7), Margaret (5), and Peter (1). He was a blacksmith. Philip Larkins, the father (65) is living with them, so this might not be the same family. LEE, Francis (I345)
 
754 There is a problem on her death certificate. It says that her father's name was "Richard Murray Valiquette," born in Ireland. Valiquette was her husband's name. I suspect that it should be "Richard Murray Thompson."

The birth record for her child born in 1883 in Cleveland says that she was born in the U.S. 
THOMPSON, Kathleen Frances (I432)
 
755 There is no record of her on the 1920 census, but she appears as a daughter on the 1930 census, aged 17.

She traveled to Italy with Alphonse in 1950.

She is not a daughter of Alphonse, but a cousin, the daughter of a sibling of Alphonse. She and a sister were taken in by family, she by Alphonse, and her sister by another sibling. 
CALDIERO, Mary R. (I467)
 
756 There seem to be two “Marys” who could be her in the 1930 census. One, aged 33, is living with her husband Serafino. A second, aged 35, described as the daughter of Angelo Battista, is living in his household. The first must be her, as she is Sarafino’s wife. Perhaps the second is "Miriam"? BATTISTA, Maria "Mary" (I147)
 
757 They lived at 554 Fargo Ave. in a photo taken abt. 1888; later, they lived at 720 Amherst, near Elmwood Ave., all in Rochester or Scottsville. McMULLEN, James "Jim" W. (I398)
 
758 This couple adopted a son.

He and his brother Jack moved to and lived in Altoon, PA for most of their lives; presumably they lived there to work on the railroad hub there. 
TOBIN, William (I256)
 
759 This family also appears on rootsweb, though the e-mail contact was dead. BOUQUARD, John (I471)
 
760 This family also appears on rootsweb, though the e-mail contact was dead. BENZEL, Henrietta (I472)
 
761 This family was from Rochester. He was, possibly, Joe? (though Frank or Willie are other names I see). REINHARDT, J. (I393)
 
762 This is now Holy Cross Cemetery. JORDAN, Matthew (I265)
 
763 This name appears on the 1910 census. PALERMO, Fannie (I502)
 
764 This name is on the Martha Valiquette tree and the 1880 census. FRIES, Charles (I360)
 
765 Unknown except for his presence in the Valiquette brothers picture; he seems to be one of the older ones? Even so, he would be present in the 1850 census? VALIQUETTE, Octave (I480)
 
766 unmarried; joined a religious order in Belgium? VALIQUETTE, John (I354)
 
767 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I37)
 
768 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I21)
 
769 Was in WWI for Italy. He came to America without Dorothea. Then, was drafted into the US Army in 1917, and served for a year. They had one child who died of pneumonia in Italy.

He came to the US. But, his wife apparently would not come to the US until her parents died. Judging by the censuses, this seems to have been between 1930 and 1935. During WW1 he registered for the draft, describing himself as an Italian citizen, with a wife and child.

In 1930, he was living with the Palermo family. In 1940, he (aged 51) and Dorothea (aged 54, born in Italy) are living with the Pozzuto family (his brother Epifanio’s daughter Felicia). He had been living in the same house in 1935. 
LICINO, Michael "Mike" (I169)
 
770 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I381)
 
771 with her daughter Mary Louisa and her grandson “Anton” Bisantz RUSCH, Victoria (I227)
 
772 with their daughter and son-in-law; aged 64 VALIQUETTE, Peter (I84)
 
773 with their daughter and son-in-law; aged 65 CLARK, Jane Honora "Jenny" (I85)
 
774 “Campobosso” on his WW1 draft registration LICINO, Michael "Mike" (I169)
 
775 “Francis” on the 1920 census BISANTZ, Peter Francis (I72)
 
776 “M.M.”; aged 35, born in France KRAFT, Maria Magdalena "Mary" (I83)
 
777 “Mary” on the 1850 census.

Photo from: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/g/r/a/Margaret-A-Gray/PHOTO/0005photo.html 
LAPRELLE, Magdalena (I244)
 
778 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I146)
 
779 “Patsy,” aged 12 CALDIERO, Pasquale "Patrick" (I19)
 

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