Who: James B. Hayes What: Ellis Island Medals of Honor When: Saturday, May 9, 2009 The Ellis Island Medals of Honor are presented to Americans of diverse origins for their outstanding contributions to their own ethnic groups and to American society. Honorees typically include U.S. Presidents, Nobel Prize winners, leaders of industry, and gifted artists, performers, and athletes. Each receives […]
The following is an excerpt of an article written by my new found cousin James B. Hayes. In the May-June 2008 issue of Dublin’s “Ireland of the Welcomes” magazine, there is a several-page photo-article by a native of NYC, James B. HAYES, former publisher of “Fortune” magazine, now living and writing in Colorado Springs, in which he reminisces about a […]
Last week Congressman Chris Murphy visited Waterbury Hospital to learn how President Obama’s health plan might impact Connecticut’s hospitals. Colleen was asked to participate and had his ear for at least part of the time he was there.
Many people have been asking what I have been doing to obtain so much information about my family in such short of a time. I am sure that there are many strategies that could be employed, but here is mine. Talk to Living Family Members BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE! I cannot stress this point enough. Regrettably, I waited just a […]
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