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Posted by: Carl Demings Posted on: 15. Sep 2004 at 22:19
Hello! Jay ...

I posed your query to the 20 members of the Springhill Heritage Group who attended yesterday's meeting, September 14, and, while the group consists of many seniors who were living in Springhill in the 1930's, none had heard of either Lucien Beaule or Romeo Boulanger.

Do you have any additional information which might be helpful in finding them?

Regards!

-=Carl Demings=-
Posted by: jay marino Posted on: 13. Sep 2004 at 19:41
Looking for anone researching these two families who lived in Springhill around 1930.