Back row from left, Thomas Tallent, Jr.
Second Row from left
Mary Harvey Tallent
Thomas Patrick Tallent
Bottom Row, from left:
Francis (Frank) Tallent
And the little guy, bottom right:
At the time, Mary Harvey Tallent was pregnant with her last child, Marie, who was born on 9/13/1909.
Barbara Harvey DeVecchis, my grandfather's younger sister, and her son, Arthur DeVecchis, Jr., known as Deets in the family. They belonged to St. Rose of Lima parish in West Philadelphia, but moved to Brigantine, NJ in the 1950s.
My Uncle Leo Harvey was the older brother of my paternal grandfather, Patrick Aloysius Harvey. He was born in 1897. He was a hemophilac, as was my grandfather. On the way to visit his mom, the train he was on stopped suddenly and his chest hit a rail. He took a nap at his mother's, and never woke up, dying from internal bleeding.
My paternal grandfather, Patrick Aloysius Harvey (who preferred to be called "Allen"). He was the son of Grace Theresa Kelly Harvey and John Daniel Harvey. Born in Philadelphia on 2/16/1898; died in Philadelphia on 11/1/1965. Baptized at Our Mother of Sorrows Church on 3/6/1898. Buried at St. Denis Cemetery, Havertown, PA.
Paternal great-great grandparents, Patrick Kelly and Barbara McLaughlin Kelly. Patrick was born in Ireland in 1850, son of Patrick Kelly and Grace Dougherty. Barbara was born in Ireland in 1843, daughter of Manus McLaughlin and Marjorie Callahan. Patrick died in Philadelphia, PA on 5/15/1920, Barbara in Philadelphia on 4/5/1928. They lived at 5511 Lansdowne Avenue, West Philadelphia. Both buried in HOly Cross Cemetery, Yeadon, PA.
My paternal great-grandfather, John Daniel Harvey. Son of John Harvey and Margaret Daly (both born in Ireland). John Daniel was born on 1/23/1866 in Hudson, NY. Died on 2/16/1920 in Philadelphia, PA. Husband of Grace Theresa Kelly Harvey.
My paternal great-granddad, LeRoy Arthur Featherbay, born August 10, 1873, died June 12, 1953. Photo circa. 1900s
My Aunt Agnes, at age 18. She was my Dad's older sister.
My Uncle John (1923-1976), on the left with a buddy during WWII. He was a PFC in the Air Force.