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Re: Raymond James Cashen of Genoa,Ohio
Posted by: Betty Jensen (ID *****1304) Date: June 12, 2002 at 10:53:28
In Reply to: Raymond James Cashen of Genoa,Ohio by Janice Cashen (Leary) of 194

Janice Ruth Cashen Leary
I found this inquiry and to let you know Aunt Betty Cashen McCoil, Raymond Cashen's sister didn't spell Grandma Mabel's name as you have it. She spelled it: Brinnon.
I have other information too long to list here that Aunt Betty sent me. James C. Brinnon was fathers grandfather I believe. I do get confused. Aunt Betty, I think is in a nursing home or gone since I have not heard from her in nearly a year. We Jim and I had thought you were gone also. James Claude Cashen your brother is very sick. He is retired (unable to work) on social security. I hope you will find yesterdays gone and can't be redone and today is here now, lets enjoy what we have as we are trying to do and get in touch with us. I have sent your inquiry page to Sue Cashen also since Jim has also been worried about you. I have fibromyalgia and hurt most of the time but I keep going. Please let us hear from you. Sincerely and with Love Your Sister, Betty Jean Cashen Jensen


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