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Abington, Montgomery, Pennsylvania
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red mail David Welsh Manayunk, Pennsylvania
I am looking for a death certificate, cause of death for David R Welsh or just David Welsh. He was born in 1890, November 27th 107 Mechanic Street in German Town I believe. I do not know if he died there but he was only 4 years old. Dies, June 20th, 1894. I wanted to find a hospital record, cause of death? It seems hidden or buried somewhere if anyone knows a hospital they may have gone to or help me that would be great.
red mail Ancestors PHILADELPHIA COUNTY, Pennsylvania
I am looking for information on George Devlin who Lived at 6607 N 20th Street Philadelphia PA. He lived with his wife Jeannie and lodger Wallace Campbell. George was a chauffeur to a private family and Wallace was a plasterer. All this information i have obtained from the 1930 census. If there are any family relatives or friends of families who may know of anyone i have mentioned above would you please get in contact. I think George Devlin got married again to an Elizabeth Stewart. Jeannie died in 1944, April i think, Elizabeth died in 1956 and George in 1960. I also know that the executor of George Devlins' will was a John Stewart Jr. His wife Jane was also a signature on the document and they lived at 6834 Anderson Street Philadelphia. Any information, however small would be very helpful. Thank you.

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