Tambornino, Mr./Mrs. Henry (Golden - 1944)
Contact: Marcia (Cantwell) Langham
I just found out through my brother that I am related to the Tamornino's. My great-Grandfather, Patrick Cantwell, who immigrated from Ireland and settled in LeSeur, Minnesota, eventually becoming Mayor of LeSeur, had a younger brother named John Cantwell. I am a little confused about our lineage at the moment because I don't have it written in front of me, however, my father, Joseph Cantwell, whom I saw tonight (lives in Seattle, WA.) has our geneology records which shows Felix and his brother having been married to two sisters who were daughters of John Cantwell. Like I said this could be incorrect because I may be confused about which generation is which not having the records in front of me and Felix appeared to have nine siblings if my Dad's records are correct. I live in Puyallup, WA. My brother Brian J. Cantwell writes for the Travel section of the Seattle Times Newspaper and recently wrote an article about his recent trip to Ireland to meet(for the 1st time) a 2nd Brian J. Cantwell, a Professor at Stanford University, in the town of Castlecomer, Ireland, where my Great-Grandfather, Patrick Cantwell, was from along with the Great Grandfather of the other Brian J. Cantwell. My brother, Brian, was apparently contacted by a woman named "Jo" Tambornino who found out about my brother Brian's article about Ireland in the Seattle Times (on the internet)saying she was related to Cantwells and wondering if we were related. Do I have you confused yet? Anyway, I would love to hear from any of you who are related to the Cantwell's. Maybe I can fill in some blanks for you and I can get copies of my Dad's geniology records, originally tracked down by his brother, Carl Cantwell's wife, Patricia. Carl Cantwell was recently deceased. He and his family resided in Boise, Idaho. Congratulations to Mr.and Mrs. Henry Tambornino! Please pass on this message. Thanks! Marcia (Cantwell) Langham of Puyallup, Washington
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