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I can't remember if their mom said it was toted by a Bulger or one of her ancestors. But I feel like it was a Bulger. I am going to try to find one of the ones I knew and ask him about it and I will let you know what I find out. I loooked in the phone book for Prattville area and there are like 7 or 8 Bulgers listed. In a bit I riding over to P'ville and I am going to go by their old home. I am not sure if the Bulgers still live there or not. Later,
Dave

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