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Re: Military school in Fayetteville
Posted by: Sue Lumb (ID *****3140) Date: June 24, 2008 at 20:27:45
In Reply to: Military school in Fayetteville by BILL RUNKLE of 1086

The school was called St. Aloysius; it was for grade school boys. My brother went there in the late 30's for 2nd & 3rd grades, I believe. Also think my father may have gone there as well in the mid-1910's.

The archives at Mt. St. Joseph College, near Cincinnati, the motherhouse for the Sisters of Charity in this area, may have some information on the school.

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