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Looking for a Q O'Hara
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|Lindsey*||Report||10 Jun 2008 01:23|
You might have more luck on the trying to find board.
|Loretta||Report||10 Jun 2008 01:11|
Hiya i'm looking for a Q (sounds like Q) O'hara that was born in Ireland between 1915-1920 who lived in England from 1942-1948 and worked as a road labourer. He emirgrated to America.