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October 17, 2008

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Eric

I found the same bird in my barn in Middleboro MA, were you able to find out any more info on it. Thank

Jean Alves

Grace Halladay Leonard died Nov 13, 1951 in Los Angeles per California Death Index. I was researching her history as it tangentially touched on my grandfather who was a young AEF soldier in WWI and she and he became friends (both from Boston at the time)in France. She went over in 1918 as a volunteer in J.P. Morgan's daughter Anne's efforts to put the French peasant back on his feet in agriculture (American Committee for the Devastation of France). Anne Morgan also paid for the WWI ambulances and staffed a hospital for French soldiers. Mrs. Leonard was referred to as "your Grandmother" by my Arab Grandfather to his children who never met her.

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