I'm looking for infomation on Elizabeth (Makely) Doscher, She was the spouse of J. Doscher and was born 7 Dec 1914 and Died Feb 1978 in Metuchen, New Jersey also had 2 children J. Doscher and K. Doscher. I do not have the 1st names, dates of brith, deads, or places, If you have this information you can e-mail me at or or call me at (570) 429-0878, Betty was my annt, our family came over from slovakia to New York 1905-1910 and Lived in Bayonne, and some of the family worked on the rail road. Any information would be great, Thank's Paul
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If you need more information on the Makely side of the family, You can e-mail or call me at (570) 429-0878 I'm looking for more information on all our the relatives as I am doing our genealogy on the Makely family I do have a lot of information but need a lot more, I'm especially looking for information on the Michael and Anna (Olexa)Makely (1845-1870) if you have information I'd appreciate if you would e-mail me,it would be greatly appreciated. We know that the family came from Slovakia and immigrated to the United States between 1904 and 1909 to Bayonne New Jersey and three of his sons worked on railroad out of jersey city if you would like more information please e-mail Paul
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Elizabeth "Betty" Doscher (1913-2012)
PITTSFIELD - Elizabeth V. "Betty" Doscher, age 98, of Melbourne Assisted Living in Pittsfield, passed away Thursday,morning,May10,2012. Betty was born in Jersey City, NJ, July 8, 1913, daughter of Michael and Mary Makely. She married John (Jack) Doscher and had two sons, Jeff and Kevin, and moved to Red Bank, NJ. Her loving husband died in 1956. She was the matriarch, looking after the others. Joe, Helen, Bob, Michael and May predeceased her and Dorothy, George and Geraldine are still living. Betty's sons live in Pittsfield; Kevin, with his wife Susan, and Jeff, with his wife, Donna, along with their children, Christopher, Lauren & Shaun who loved their grandmother deeply and miss her. Susan and Donna loved Betty with a tenderness that made her feel very special. Kevin and Jeff feel so fortunate to have been loved and nurtured by such a strong and proud woman who set a progressive The funeral service for Betty will be at 10:30 am on Friday May 18, 2012, with a Liturgy of Christian Burial at St. Anthony Church in Red Bank, NJ. Burial will follow in Mount Olivet Cemetery in Red Bank, NJ.
Published in The Berkshire Eagle on May 15, 2012
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