I remember Milton & Albertine very well. I also remember "Aunt" Arlene and "Uncle" Cy. I don't remember meeting your grandfather, Robert, and don't know much about your end of the family. I understand (your aunt) Patty is still around, and my mom talks to her occasionally. Do you also have an uncle Eugene?
My notes from Hudosn Cemetary are-- "John Cosgrove and his wife (Ann Malloy) and their daughter Anna - as well as Ann Edwards and Wm. Serra". Also Margaret, wife of James; "Billy" Cosgrove (lot #548); and William Cosgrove & Julia in lot #349.
My info on John Edwards is that he was killed on the last day of the Civil War "near Philadelphia". Your location sounds more accurate.
A few interesting stories from Hubert Gray (related on Malloy side)--
"Margaret was very physic. She saw her son killed on the railroad about 2am. She made the family get up and say the rosary and his body was brought in by the other trainmen. She saw and told them just how it happened."
"Ann Edward was very well educated and very refined person. She was referred to as the 'Lady'... She came over on the 'big sail boat' as she called it, she claimed it took three months to cross the ocean. She said there were about 30 people and some died on the trip... She liked a 'bit' of whiskey, was also very fond of mutton".
Let's take this off-line so we can personally get in touch and exchange some info.My direct email is BParsons@Support-Systems-Intl.com I'll give you my phone and address when we connect directly.If others are following this string, let us know and we can further share any info.