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Ormsby/Dwyer common roots:

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From post:Dwyer, Edmund and Sara Cary at: http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?Kokomo::in::7022.html Posted by: S. Broderick, Date: July 10, 2000 at 17:43:59 Edmund Dwyer(Dwier in Census-Edmund could not read or write) married Sara Cary (Carey, Kary) in Ireland and immigrated about 1857 or 1858. Looking for any information about where in Ireland these specific Dwyers originated and any possible relatives. Edmund and Sara settled in New Albany, Indiana and had children, Mary, Sara, Catherine, Anna, Dennis, John and Thomas(my great grandfather) after New Albany the family lived in Elwood Indiana and Kokomo, IN. Three of the girls became nuns. Most of family buried in Crown Point cemetery, Lake Co Indiana

My Uncle Charles F. Ormsby married Katherine B. Dwyer, the daughter from Thomas Dwyer's sencond wife Margaret after his first wife Ida died young.

About Ormsby, Charles F.
Honorable discharge 1919 See link: http://www.kokomo.lib.in.us/genealogy/militarydischarges.html From: http://www.rootsweb.com/~inhoward/data/bios/bios-o.html Charles Francis ORMSBY Howard County in the World War. C.V. Haworth, 1920. Indianapolis: Wm. B. Burford, Printer and Binder. Page 205-07 Photo Plate 48 Charles Francis ORMSBY, son of George E. and Bridget SMITH ORMSBY, was born in Elwood Ind., but when he entered the army 26 Apr 1918, he was living with his parents in Kokomo Ind. One month after he went to Camp Zachary Taylor Ky, he was ordered to Camp Sheridan Ala and ws transferred to Camp Upton L.I. 27 Jun 1918. There he entrained for Montreal, where on the following day, he began his voyage on the St. Lawence. 13 ships were in the convoy leaving Halifax N.S. and they were escorted by the battleship Devonshire. When the danger zone was reached, they were met by several destryoers or little "speed demons". After his arrival at Camp de Souge, France, his regiment practiced on the big guns on the range until 23 Sep 1915; then the left for the front lines and on 17 Oct 1918 he went into active service with Bat D. 136th F.A. His discharged was issued at Camp Zachary Taylor Ky, 8 Apr 1919. NOTE: 13 entries for Charles ORMSBY were located in a basic search of the Social Security Death Index; birth date needed to identify correct entry. http://www.and.lib.in.us/cemetery/no.txt & http://www.and.lib.in.us/cemetery/cemeterysearch.asp NAME: ORMSBY, CHARLES FRANCIS BIRTH: JUN. 4, 1892 DEATH: APR. 19, 1977 CEMETERY: St. Joseph, S side of Co. Rd. 1050N, between St. Rd. 13 & Co. Rd. 1000W ELWOOD IN, USA

See Ormsby tree link:
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Surnames: Broderick Carey Dwyer Ormsby
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on 2005-03-26 19:27:47

charo , from Indiana USA, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Mar 2005. is researching the following names: ORMSBY, MARSHALL, MELLON and 20 other(s).

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