Dead Ends

Last week I called up the Kings County Superior Court to see if I could get my hands on some records on the Thomas Kaylor case. I’m still curious to know whether or not he was convicted. Oddly enough, they couldn’t find anything. The clerk tried all different versions of his name.

Today, I recieved a response to my letter to Phillip Maroot. His paralegal e-mailed me and said that he had no personal recollection of the case but that I should try contacting the Kings County Superior Court. Ha! So I ran into a bit of a dead end there, but I’m thinking of just submitting the paperwork. She provided a link that showed me how to submit it step-by-step.

Stay tuned for information about Gerald’s Navy picture!

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My name is Courtney. I'm a copywriter in Philadelphia. I've recently started digging into my family history and trying to find out information about my grandparents. They were killed in 1965 by a drunk driver. This blog will chronicle the search to find out who they were, what they were like and what the world is missing out on now that they're gone.
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