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Re: Walter O'Donnell, NY
« Reply #18 on: Sunday 12 April 20 20:43 BST (UK) »
I will email my contact who is directly descended from Walter and see if she has any new info. She was adopted herself and has only learned of this line a short time ago.
Cleary - Clonmel / Ardgeeha / Chancellorstown / Garryntemple---------------O' Donnell - Clerihan------------McGrath - Powerstown---------------Cullinan - Scrothea, Clonmel----------------Flemming - Clerihan----------------Brien - Monkstown----------------Dunne - Poulnagunoge  / Gladstone St, Clonmel-------------Dunn - New York------------O' Neill - Kilsheelan

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Re: Walter O'Donnell, NY
« Reply #19 on: Sunday 12 April 20 20:47 BST (UK) »
The marriage record says he was born in Hoboken, so I would think the ones in Hoboken would more likely be him & his family.  Camden is 1 1/2 hours away from Hoboken, so not like moving the next town over.

There is a WWII draft card from 1942 for a Walter Anthony O'Donnell born 1 Sep. 1905 in Hoboken and living at 1261 Park Ave., New York, NY.  The person listed as the one who would always know his address was his sister Mrs. Jene McLoughlin, 1169 E. 178th St., Bronx, NY.  Not sure if he's the right one or not.

That sounds more like the one who shows born abt 1906 in censuses.
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