Hello Pat. Sorry this has taken so long to respond. I got distracted. I remember my grandmother, Ruth Greene Stecker, speaking so highly of your grandmother. In the 80's I took Grandma to Long Island so she could attend the wedding of her nephew, the son of Donald Seymour Greene, thus another cousin to you. On the way back to Michigan we stopped by Josephine's place and our grandmothers were able to spend the day together. Your grandfather lived with my great-grandfather while he was in Detroit. Grandma always spoke so highly of him. But I do not find any record that Irene lived with him. The census records indicate he was married, so I should go back and look again to see if Irene is listed under the Dow or Stewart name. I am in contact with one of Irene's grandsons, I will keep you informed as to what he says. You indicated that your Grandfather divorced Fannie. Can you tell me which state this was in, New York or Illinois? Also, do you know what Fannie's maiden name was? We have it as Sloan (Slone), but this would not make sense since she had a son, Robert Sloan who was older than your Grandmother. According to the genealogy records that were kept by my great grandfather, Robert Greene, Josephine was the only child of Seymour. He no other children with Fannie, and no children with Irene. Any info you can share is greatly appreciated, and we will share anything from this end to help plug the holes. Thanks again.