Priscilla Normandy Greenwood's Family Album

My First Cousins on the Normandia Side


Priscilla & Junior (Cousin Albert Normandia)
Priscilla and Baby (Beatrice) Normandia
May 30, 1945.  Priscilla's Confirmation Day with Albert (Junior) Normandia), my favorite boy cousin. Who is that girl on the left? Can it be Baby Anna? Does anyone know? Confirmation was at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church with Bishop T.E. Molloy. I chose Maria as my Confirmation name. My sister, Jean, was my Godmother. Priscilla and "Baby" (Beatrice Normandia), daughter of Uncle Albert and Aunt Beatrice. I think this was taken at her house in another part of Brooklyn which seemed so far away from where I lived at the time. 
Michael (Sonny) NormandiaJoseph (Buddy) Normandy
Genevieve NormandyMichael (Sonny) Normandy
Michael J. (Sonny) and Joseph Albert (Buddy) Normandia, sons of Uncle Albert and Aunt Beatrice Normandia
Genevieve and Michael Normandy
Children of  George and Mary Normandy

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Those Were the Days

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Guys like us, we had it made
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Didn't need no welfare state
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