I am trying to find the father of Allen C. Constantine from New York and I only have mementos to go by. He was born Feb. 5 1858,in Harlem, New York.He had a younger sister named Alva who died in her teens. He was married on November 21 1879 to Lizzie Buell in New Haven, Ct.(she met him in N.Y.when she was visiting her uncle Richard Buell(a doctor)after her father died)According to old postcards after they were married, they resided in 1880 at 220 Lewis St., N.Yand Allen had also received mail at another address, 250 Wash. Ave, Brooklyn.Long ago I saw an old N.Y. city directory which showed the names of John Constantine, Andrew Constantine, and Allen Constantine at both of those addresses in the 1870s and 1880s.At the time, I thought that either john or andrew could be his father and still would like to know how they are related.Allen also received a Feb. 5, 1880 postcard fromT.S. Constantine, Chicago Veneer Mills, 13 and 15 North Canal St., CHICAGOrequesting a bushel of soft clams from fulton market,ny to be sent by express and the same prescription medicine for headaches as Allen's father had given T.S. on his last visit. I beleive T.S. Constantine also to be a relative.Allen later died on April 5 1884, at age 26with an only-son to carry on the name and 2 more generations of an only-son.Allen C. Constantine was also a member of the Company "D" 23rd Regiment N.G.S.N.Y. and was honored at the armory, Clermont Ave. in Brooklyn after his death with a commemorative document.If this rings any bells or if anyone has any information that could help with my search, I would appreciate any help. thank you for your time, j.