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Walsh Cousin's Club

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The objective of this space is to provide a single page with all the information from the "Cousins' Club" booklet. The pages are in the order in which they were placed in the booklet and secured with a brad. (One can see on the image the location of the brad, as there are rust stains remaining.) Pages were not numbered, this I added to the images. These numbers also correspond to the file/image name. The pages are in birth order of offspring that lived to adulthood.

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Page 2 contains information about James Walsh and Bridget Callahan.

Page 3 daughter Catherine "Kate" Walsh. I do not know who changed the information about the number of grandchildren.

page 4 daughter Julia Walsh.

page 5 son Frank Walsh. Note- This was the longest/biggest page in the booklet due to the size of Frank's family. His given name was Francis.

page 6 son William Walsh. Note-William's birth date has been edited, source unknown.

page 7 son Joe Walsh. Note- His given name was Joseph.

page 8 daughter Marie Walsh.

page 9 daughter Alice Walsh. Note-Alices date of death March 2001, written in my mother's hand (Marie Austin Walsh).

page 9 "Total of 18 first cousins and 61 second cousins" is incorrect. I can only assume that the 16 refers to the children (of James and Bridget) and their spouses . However the 61 first cousins is not accurate.

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James Michael Walsh, and John Leo Walsh did not reach adulthood.
posted 1 Dec 2018 by Patricia (Walsh) Tidwell   [thank Patricia]
This booklet contains information about James and Bridget (Callahan) Walsh, their children and grandchildren (cousins).

This booklet was produced by one of the cousins, though I do not know who.

Not all the information is accurate.

Keep in mind that this was created in 1981 when a majority of the cousins were alive.

posted 1 Dec 2018 by Patricia (Walsh) Tidwell   [thank Patricia]
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