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Carrie Roush Bowser and Great Great Grandma Roush

Carrie Roush Bowser and Great Great Grandma Roush

Great great grandmother Roush, mother of Daniel Scott Roush, with Carrie Roush Bowser and possibly Carrie's son Taylor Bowser.


Christinia or Christine Bowser

Any info??? She was married to Dominick or different spelling Vitale on the 1920 census supposedly deceased or divorced on the 1930 census. The 1910 and 1920 census he lived in Bradys Bend and was married on the 1920 census. Different spelling of his name on all census. Vittale Vitale Dominique Dominac... My father Joseph P Vitale was born in 1921 in Armstrong and Christinia or Christina Christine Bowser was his mother. I never knew anything about my grandmother I can remember and my grandfather was supposedly deceased when or a bit after I was born.

carrie bowser

carrie bowser, this lady had a son named taylor now also deceased, carrie passed away in DuBois pa 20 some years ago her son taylor just past a couple of years ago. in dubois pa. also.Are we talking about the same Carrie Bowser?

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