Descendants of Ephraim MINER

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Warren Powers Laird Jr. MEYERS

Son of Warren Powers Laird Meyers, of Rye, New York.


Bernice KILEY

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! Bernice Killy:  Killed in a cafe explosion 7 Dec 1985 in Durby CT


40671. Dorothy SHORTELL

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! Dorothy  Shortell: Died 7 Dec 1985 in a Cafe Explosion in Derby, Ct.
                    together with her mother.


31998. John Whitney SHORTELL

John Whitney Shortell was born to the late Dorothy Minor Shortell and Matthew F. Shortell of Ansonia Connecticut, he was born on August 27, 1934. He has two living siblings, my Aunt Posy, Rosemary Shortell O'brien of Ansonia and a brother, Robert Shortell of Seymour, he is predeceased by brothers, Donald Shortell and Matthew "Pop" Shortell and two sisters, Ruth Shortell Mullen and Dorothy Shortell Bright, he is left with many neices and nephews that loved him dearly.
John was known for his all-star status in all sports that he played, and was an Honor Guard at the tomb of the unknown soldier in Arlington Cemetery in Washington D.C. and was extremely proud of receiving this honor.
John was the father of 4 children, John Whitney Shortell, Jr., Lisa Ann Shortell Mirowsky Preece, Lauren Shortell Silvestri and William Matthew Shortell all orginally from Ansonia, Ct but now of Palm Bay/Melbourne Florida, he has seven grandchildren, Stacey Ann Mirowsky, Christy Elizabeth Mirowsky Shook, Lisa Brittany Mirowsky, Kelly Lynn Mirowsky, John Whitney Shortell III, Jason Patrick Shortell and Alyssa Louise Shortell and one great granddaughter, Taylor Jade Shook, and a great grandson, Jason Patrick Shortell Jr.
John was a very kind loving man with a heart of gold and will be forever remembered and loved by everyone.
I, your daughter, miss you so much and wish you could have been here longer with us as you were taken from this earth way too soon and taken from your children before your time, I would give anything to spend another day with you, I will always remember your kind gentle ways and the stories you told me as a little girl as well as an adult. I will always remember your smiling face and the only wish I have is that I could have had more time to spend with you, I lost you at the age of 24 years old, and will remember all that you gave to me in the short time that you lived with me, I miss and love you very much....and can't wait until the day I see your smiling loving face again when a daughter and father are reunited in the greatest kingdom of all. I love you so much Dad.....your loving daughter, Lisa.