Glimpse of History: Preparing to march with St. Patrick's pride in Roselle Park
ROSELLE PARK - Members of the Morley and McGovern Association are pictured in Roselle Park before marching in the 1969 Newark St. Patrick's Day Parade.
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#1 Mar 20, 2014
Morleys was a hole in the wall in Roselle Park. My Dad walked for Loyal Order of the Hiberians and Thornsticks for decades in Newark Elizabeth and Union Parades.ps, Owen had fast cash hands and never gave a free drink pass...
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