Fiction | March 01, 1985

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A reunion was to be held on the Chuckney.  Phil–Philip Sheridan he was named, the youngest son–was making all the arrangements, with the able assistance of his wife Willie, who, though married to him for two and a half years now, had never met all his family.

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