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Men Building Shrine at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Maple Shade, NJ

Men Building Shrine at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Maple Shade, NJ

Group shot of some of the congregates of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church in Maple Shade, NJ in 1936. These men were building the Shrine in the courtyard of the Catholic Church property.
Bottom row left to right: Mr. Campbell, unidentified, Father Duff, unidentified, Mr. Evans, unidentified.
Middle row l to r: unidentified, Frank J. Duetsch (my grandfather), Mr. Roscovich, Frank Friel, unidenitified.
top row l to r: Mr. Williams, Mr. Dugan, Daniel J. Friel, unidentified, Mr. Canale.

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Person in picture maybe my great-grandfather

I am not sure but the person in the middle row l to r: unidentified looks like my great-grandfather George Edward Morris. He was a painter and a carpenter. Along with his father John J Morris and brothers William A. Morris and Francis Erwin Morris as well as in-laws Reimullers. Look forward to hearing from Robin Cucinotta.

Bonnie

 

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