Robert J. Jr. & Ethel L. (Sammons) Carney & Family


Photo courtesy of Matthew W. Sammons Sr.

Oscar & Ethel L. Sammons

Photo courtesy of Matthew W. Sammons Sr.



Sisters and Brother

L to R: Harriett Carney Pierce, Robert James Carney Jr.,
Emma Carney Muntz, Ola Carney Beckett

Photo courtesy of Matthew W. Sammons Sr.


6 Carney Sisters - Emma, Frances, Janet, Loretta, Leona Mae, Harriet & a friend
(order uncertain)


Agnes Sammons Durham, Emma Carney, Janet Carney, Loretta Carney, Mae Carney,
Carolyn L. Mosley, Evelyn Mosley, mother Ethel Sammons Carney
(order uncertain)


Donald & Isaac Carney
sons of R
obert & Ethel (Sammons) Carney


Wanda Lorraine Carney
daughter of Ronald and Carolyn (Mosley) Carney Sr.,
granddaughter of Robert & Ethel (Sammons) Carney


Wanda Lorraine Carney, 44, of Dover, died Saturday, Jan. 22, 2011, at Bayhealth Kent General Hospital.

Born June 15, 1966, in Dover, Mrs. Carney was the daughter of Ronald Carney Sr. and Carolyn Mosley Carney.

She enjoyed canning vegetables and fruits; having family and friends over for summer barbeques; and having her nephews, Kaden and Drew, over for visits. She had been a caregiver for her grandmother, Dorothy Mosley, up until her illness.

Mrs. Carney was preceded in death by her grandparents, James and Ethel Carney; her grandfather, James E. Mosley Sr.; and her mother-in-law, Joyce A. Vandetti.

In addition to her parents, she is survived by her long-time companion of 22 years, Nicholas Vandetti; two daughters, Ashley Carney and her companion Mike, and Kristen Carney; two sons, Nicky and Robert Vandetti; two grandchildren, Kasey and M.J., all of Dover; a brother Andy Carney and his wife Pam; two nephews, Kaden and Drew of Magnolia; her grandmother, Dorothy Mosley of Cheswold; her loving Aunt Winnie of Cheswold; two special cousins, Sissy Seeney and Tammy Mosley of Cheswold; and a host of nephews, nieces, cousins and friends.



Son Melvin "Brownie" Carney & wife Barbara


Ancestry of son Lincoln Clarence Carney







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