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"A very warm welcome from the San Francisco bay area..."
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The Dublin Pals of August 1914

My grandmother’s small flat was usually crowded on Sunday morning after mass. My father, uncles and aunt talked noisily as the room filled with cigarette smoke (almost everyone smoked in the 1950’s). Seated in the armchair between the fireplace and the radiogram, my grandmother was matriarch and umpire should voices become…See More
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The Dublin Pals of August 1914

Posted on August 2, 2014 at 8:30pm 3 Comments

My grandmother’s small flat was usually crowded on Sunday morning after mass. My father, uncles and aunt talked noisily as the room filled with cigarette smoke (almost everyone smoked…

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At 2:41pm on July 24, 2014, Sarah Nagle said…

For obvious reasons… Welcome from the coast of California...

At 1:50pm on July 25, 2014,
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A warm welcome to you Bob!

At 10:49am on August 3, 2014, daniel nagle said…

HI Bob,

Am irish born nagle from buttervant and grew up in west cork. Am in san francisco and maybe will stay in the area but will probably go to nevada, have friends there and later - how much later I do no know as yet - go back to ireland for great people and food - miss them both...

Tkare

At 7:21pm on August 4, 2014, Sarah Nagle said…

A very warm welcome from the San Francisco bay area...

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