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From: "Marie Van Laeys" <>
Subject: Re: [Phly-Rts] Rafferty in Philadelphia in 1920-1930
Date: Sat, 1 Dec 2007 14:14:06 -0800
In the Akron Ohio paper 1920:
AKRON, O., May 31 - Five persons were killed this morning when a Canton
interurban car crashed into an automobile at Hoover Stop east of here. The
dead are: Eva Hepfer, 21, killed instantly: Albert Rafferty, died at
hospital: Lucinda Darcus, Hoover Stop; two unidentified persons; Katherine
Rafferty cousin of Albert Rafferty, injured. Her leg was broken.
The dead and injured were all occupants in the automobile.
The two unknown dead were later identified as Eleanor Rafferty and Sylvester
Rafferty. Police could not give their ages. The three killed live in
Not sure this is the Albert your looking for I also found reference in the
Philadelphia Inquirer 1907-05-12
Albert Rafferty and Margaret Holet's marriage license.
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From: "christine" <>
Sent: Saturday, December 01, 2007 1:03 PM
Subject: [Phly-Rts] Rafferty in Philadelphia in 1920-1930
> Hello listers,
> I am new to this list. I am trying to fond any info about an Albert M.
> Rafferty living in Philadelphia in 1920 and 1930. (per census records I
> have) I also have been told he was a stste official for the Knights of
> Columbus. Now, being that he was born in 1881, I am guessing it might have
> been around 1910 or so that he was in this office. Albert was a plasterer
> by trade. He was married to Margaret Holst.
> Does anyone have any helpful hints or info they can share with me. I have
> no idea when he died or where he was buried.
> GOD BLESS,
> Christine Maguire-Hollars
> "May the best you've ever seen, be the worse you'll ever see"
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