Donna seems to know a whole lot more on my first cousin once removed than I do.
She wrote this comment yesterday, and she has fond memories of Toni.
I remember Aunt Toni as I knew her. She did have the one child Raymond. Not sure what happened to her husband, however when I was young and in school she was living with a man named George who was the custodian at my school. Toni at that time lived in a mobile home in Plainville. I would love going to visit her because she had a pet monkey. It was always fun going to see her. She seemed like a free spirit to me.
I knew a little more about Elmer the bartender.
Antoinette’s final resting place…
What about their son Raymond? I believe he died in 2002 and left no descendants to remember him.
What about C. Greer who photographed the headstones?
He or she seems a nice person.
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