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My grandfather was raised at Mt Loretto around 1880′s early 1890′s His name was Thomas Francis Harding born in 12/31/1880. Do you have any old records that I can obtain info from.
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I have asked several times for this information – I am looking for information on Sister Margaret Mary (Grace Kelly) and sister Theresa Carmel (Anne Kelly) who were both principals of each boys and girls school at the same time in the late 40′s early 50′s. Anything you can send me would be appreciated. They are cousins. Parents were Tom and Matilda Kelly.
Hello my name is David Gazard .my mother in law and her siblings were also at Mt Lorretto during that period. Please let us know if you have any information that could help us find more information on my wife’s mom. Thank you
anyone who might remember rita or theresa schiavone from 1942—- 1950???
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or if a family member might have memories they would like to share we would love to get in touch
My mother in law and her siblings were at Mount Loretta during theor teen years, I am looking for information about my mother in law Cecilia Zito, her sisters Phillis Zito,Josephine and Nancy Zito and their brother Gabe Zito. Any information about the parents and granparents would be welcomed. I believe Father Pavis was also at Mount Loretta during this time. Thank you.
I was living at Saint Elizabeth’s girls orphanage, mount loretto, Statten island, New York. I was there from 1966-1970 I have a silly question. I was in the junior and the intermediate doors, the girl used to say “NA-BUT” As if to use it as “I am just kidding” What I want to know was it a Spanish work or some word they made up. I would love to know, if any of you girls remember. Email me at Barbara2123@hotmail.com Thank you.
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