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Quincy underway in the late 1930s

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1. Laurie says:
30 Nov 2008 01:46:28 PM

Does anyone know of my grandfather who died on the Quincy?...His name is David St. Pierre and I know he turned the sea water into fresh water on this ship..Thank you

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