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Re: Patrick Killen the 19th Century boxer from Pennsylvania
Posted by: Jake Wegner (ID *****6958) Date: January 24, 2011 at 17:41:15
In Reply to: Re: Patrick Killen the 19th Century boxer from Pennsylvania by Tim Gruber of 472

You may be right. I will check with the Diocese. I was not sure if they would release that type of info to a non-family member or not. The only thing that still confuses me about the James Killen from Pittsburgh from the 1870 census is that it says his occupation is a stonemason, which is also what Pat's was before pugilism. Pat was also a policeman.


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