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Sunday, April 17, 2011

Irish Native Working on the Bronx Sewer

This forty-seven year old native of Donegal, Ireland, was working for the WPA and living in New York City at the time he registered for the World War Two draft. The name is difficult to read and we'll go with the name as printed on the top of his card when we reveal the spelling.

18 comments:

  1. James Cassidy

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  2. or James Canidy

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  3. Debbie Hunter YoungApril 17, 2011 at 7:45 AM

    James Cannidy

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  4. I agree with Bobby Gail - and a few others
    James Cassidy

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  5. JAMES CASSIDY or as TPD stated, JAMES CANIDY (a possible different spelling of KENNEDY).

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  6. James Cassidy. That was an easy one

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  7. The Irish alphabet doesn't have a "J", so may be his first name begins with a "S" ?? I can't tell what his first name is, but I think his last name is Cassidy.

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