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ww1 irish grandad desperate now any1 visitng KEW
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|Jacky||Report||20 Feb 2005 05:01|
hiya is anybody visiting kew who could have a quick look there for any info on my grandad? please help ive been doing this for months and got nowere, the only thing i havnt done is visited kew but as i live in the north west + with a tribe of kids i just cant get there. If there is anybody i would really really appreciate it his name was PETER KENNY D.O.B 10 MAY 1894 AND HE WAS FROM FERBANE (KINGS COUNTY) OFFALYand thats about all i know he served in ww1 (dont know regiment) there must vbe some1 out there with nothing better to do haha ifany1 can i would really appreciate it thanks