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Do you know of a church-based orphanage in Wilmington in the mid-1930s possibly though the 1940s?

Ben Steelman
StarNews

Q. I am looking for an church based orphanage that was in or around Wilmington in the mid 1930’s possibly though the 1940’s. My father and his brothers were there as a children. Their widowed father was still alive, but not able to take care of them. I looked in the 1940 City Directory online, but found nothing. Can you help me?

A. After making inquiries, MyReporter has been unable to find anyone who knows about that orphanage.

If any readers have definitive information, email si.cantwell@starnewsonline.com.

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