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Family of Mahlon Dickerson EYRE and Isabella Olivia Carrell SMYTH

Husband: Mahlon Dickerson EYRE (1821-1882)
Wife: Isabella Olivia Carrell SMYTH ( - )
Children: Charles EYRE (1862- )
Arthur EYRE ( -1893)
Virginia EYRE (1860?- )

Husband: Mahlon Dickerson EYRE

Name: Mahlon Dickerson EYRE
Sex: Male
Father: Manuel EYRE Jr (1777-1845)
Mother: Anna Louisa CONNELLY (1788-1832)
Birth 13 Apr 1821 Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Burial Bagni di Lucca, Tuscany, Italy
Death 28 Aug 1882 (age 61) Italy

Wife: Isabella Olivia Carrell SMYTH

Name: Isabella Olivia Carrell SMYTH
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -

Child 1: Charles EYRE

Name: Charles EYRE
Sex: Male
Birth 14 Mar 1862

Child 2: Arthur EYRE

Name: Arthur EYRE
Sex: Male
Death 7 Apr 1893

Child 3: Virginia EYRE

Name: Virginia EYRE 1
Sex: Female
Birth 1860 (app) Tuscany, Italy


1"Personal E-mail". Text From Source: The Zairs <>; Wed, 07 May 2008 19:59:40 +0100 "The following baptismal records of baptisms which took place in Tuscany include Virginia Eyre, born to Mahlon Dickerson Eyre and Isabella Olivia Eyre in 1860." No day or month given. As we specifica lly asked about Katie, and there sems only to be the bapt for Virginia, we are at a bit of a loss. We do know that Katie had a sister called Virginia, so this seems a good fit, but as all genealogis t know, a good fit sometimes turn s out to be completely wrong. The librarian at the British Institute seems to think that these baptismal records( which also include Wilson Eyre and Lincoln Lear Eyr e and Manning Kennard Eyre, sons of Wilson Eyre and Louisa Lincoln Eyre ) are held at the Guildhall Library in London, though I can't imagine why that would be.It would seem more logical that they wou ld be recorded in an American consulate or embassy. I'll try to follow up the Guildhall reference. Also the Historical Society of Pennsylvania seem to have lots of Eyre stuff, so we'll try to get some one on to that too, as well as te Philadelphia papers-wouldn't it just be great if someone had put a birth notice in the local paper-I live in hope ! Your help is much appreciated, and I'll try to fill you in if we cann track anything else down." [*Elaine - jks]
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