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Trail to Finding My Brother and My Father
(e-Book Copy)
by Mary L. MOVSISIAN Foess

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Korean Movsisian
Senior Picture, Christian Fenger High School, Class of June 1931, Chicago, Illinois

Korean Movsisian: born: December 21, 1912, in Nor Kegh, Charsandjak, Kharpert Region, Armenia, died: October 31, 1993, in Chicago, Illinois

Information about Korean Movsisian:

Born in the Tigris-Euphrates River Valley area near the SOUtheastern coast of the Black Sea, he emigrated to Chicago, Illinois at the age of nine. A World War II veteran and an attorney-at-law, he settled in the Chicago, Illinois, Armenian community. He was Mary's mother's older brother and, also, an Armenian Genocide survivor.
Mary's Uncle Korey
opened the door to her finding her younger brother's identity and with the truth of his whereabouts.


Lloyd Earle Legg/Legge
World War II Army Air Corps  - approximately 1943


Lloyd Earle Legg/Legge: born: August 29, 1919, in Vienna, Fairfax County, Virginia, died: February 8, 1998 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia

Information about Lloyd Earle Legg/Legge:
Born in Vienna, northern Virginia, which borders Washington, D.C., this World War II veteran held the position of Supply Sergeant in the Army Air Corps. He served in Europe and was stationed in a Chateau in France after the Germans were run out. Earle drove a bread truck and distributed his products to various groceries. He was Mary's father's younger brother. Mary's Uncle Earle gave her the only tip, specific, which led to her finding her father, Percy Waple Legg.


Mother - One Year Old, 1922, Chicago, Illinois


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