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Pat & Shirley Tinneny & Boys Go North

In March 2007 Patrick Tinneny of Cassatt, South Carolina and his wife Shirley took their sons John and Gavin to Philadelphia for the first time.  Pat, the son of Rich and Lee Tinneny, was born in the Philippines.  Pat is the great-great grandson of Yankee Pat Tinneny of Goladuff, Co. Fermanagh, Ireland. They also spent several days in the Washington area as house guests of Jim and Wanda Gardner and saw many sites including Ford’s Theatre where President Lincoln was shot, the White House, the new United States Marine Corps Museum and the Vietnam Memorial to name a few.  In Philadelphia they visited the Philadelphia Museum of art and its famous statue of Rocky, City Hall and Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell.  While there they stayed with Pat’s Grandmother Helen Tinneny on River Road in Philadelphia.  They had a chance to see many cousins.  Here are some of the photos of the trip courtesy of Pat and Shirley:

 

 

Independence Hall Philadelphia.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

John and Gavin at the Liberty Bell Philadelphia.

 

 

 

 

Pat and the boys with his their Aunt Dona Marie Tinneny Persico and her daughters Ashley with dog and Mollie.

 

Gavin (right) with cousin Sean Tinneny son of Pat’s cousin Danny Tinneny and his wife Lisa.

City Hall Philadelphia

The boys with their great uncle Paul Tinneny.

Pat and boys at the Rocky statue at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

At Franklin Institute Museum.

Gavin Left and John right with their great grandmother Helen Tinneny “GG” at 4:00 a.m. the morning they left for Washington.

 

John and Gavin at the Vietnam Memorial, Washington

Gavin & John at the White House

At the New United States Marine Corps Museum, Quantico, Virginia.

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