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Old 08-22-2013, 08:42 AM
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These would be my half aunt and half uncle.

Mae Arvella and David Stoddard, born and raised in the Poconos area of Pennsylvania.. They would likely now be in their late 60s or 70s.

Born to Joel Lee Stoddard, of New York State.

Thank you, C
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Old 08-22-2013, 11:49 AM
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I grew up with several Stoddards in the town of Vestal, NY but I'm not sure of their where abouts since the 1980's/mid 90's.
I worked with Barney stoddard who was a buctcher at a grocery store in Ross Corners (Vestal) Ny. I'm guessing that he would be in his 70's or 80's now. Barney had two daughter's that I know of, Julie and ?. Julie and her husband owned a resturant/bar in Vestal until the mid to late 90's called "Julies at Jack's". The original bar was simply called "Jacks".
I hope that helps.
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