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Old 05-04-2009, 09:02 PM
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In 1969 My aunt died in Virginia Beach.

Her husband subsequently moved back to the Baltimore area (I think near White Marsh or Perry Hall) with his two sone and his youngest stepson.

The husband's name was Al Marsh (Alfred)

The stepson was named Kevin Hurst.

The two sons were David and Richard Marsh. I believe they were twins.

Shortly after being moved to MD Kevin ran away from home and never saw the others in his family again.

We are wondering what happened to David and Richard Marsh.

I believe them to have been born in Baltimore, and in 1969 they would have been perhaps 5-6 years old.

If anyone has any information about David and Richard Marshwho perhaps lived in the White Marsh/Perry Hall area in the 50s, please contact me.

thanks for any help
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