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Middlesex Genealogical Society

Virginia Banerjee 1925-2017

Virginia Banerjee died on December 19, 2017. She was a member of the Board of Directors of MGS. A professional genealogist, she was a member of the Connecticut Professional Genealogists Council. Her article entitled Getting Started appeared in the May 2009 edition of the MGS Newsletter. A version of this material was presented at the MGS meeting on February 21, 2009. At the MGS March 20, 2010 meeting, Virginia focused on "Maximizing Census Research."

Virginia Elaine Banerjee was the widow of Bani Ranjan Banerjee. She was born June 29, 1925, in Youngstown, Ohio, and was the daughter of Jesse and Claude Timblin. She graduated from Otterbein College and met her husband, Bani, while attending graduate school in Chicago. Virginia received a Masters of Social Work from Rutgers University. She and Bani lived in Chicago, India, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Princeton, New Jersey. A devoted and loving mother of Krishna and Ravi, Virgina was a professional advocate on children’s welfare as well as a talented genealogist. Obituary.

Family Surnames

BOWDRE CURTIS FRISBIE HALT IMLER JONES KNISELEY MATHEWS MILLER MUSSELMAN POND SHOTTS STEELSMITH TIMBLIN

States of Interest

Connecticut, Indiana, New Hampshire, New York (upstate), Ohio, Pennsylvania

Overseas Places of Interest

England (mostly Leicestershire), Ireland (County Mayo), Germany, India-West Bengal (Calcutta area)

Articles

Getting Started