3 edition of Hearing on H.R. 7386, for the Relief of George Francis Grundy found in the catalog.
Hearing on H.R. 7386, for the Relief of George Francis Grundy
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George was born in Brownheath Nook, Chadwick Green and married Ann Witherington from Ashton in The Census listed the four children below living at 83, Chancery Lane, Parr. Mary Ellen, born in Earlestown.
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