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Old 12-17-2010, 07:08 AM   #1
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Post DEvelopment of early prop

Just joined and I have heard in my childhood that a great uncle of mine (I am 76 years old now) had been involved in early wooden props. He was a Walsh and lived in Ohio (USA). He should have been born around the 1880-90.
I am trying to get some geneology going before I get too old.


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Nichola Walsh, Croton on Hudson, NY

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