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Louis J Sebille to Louis Joseph Sebille

Connection made 18 Jul 2015.

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Louis J Sebille to Louis Joseph Sebille

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Louis J Sebille to Louis J Sebille

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Louis J Sebille to Louis Joseph Sebille

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Louis J Sebille to Louis Joseph Sebille

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Louis Joseph Sebille to Louis Joseph Sebille

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Robert Keane to F V Zappa

Connection made 18 Jul 2015.

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Robert Keane to Sam Cooke

Bob was given an acetate of two songs by Sam Cooke, who at the time using his original surname, Cook, and singing in a gospel group called The Soul Stirrers. On the acetate was "Summertime" and "You Send Me". Sam Cook was signed to a three-year contract

Connection made 18 Jul 2015.

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Robert Keane to Richard Steven Valenzuela

In May 1958, Keane discovered Ritchie Valens performing a Saturday matinee show in a movie theatre in Pacoima and invited Valens to audition in the basement of his home, where he had set up a small recording studio. A formal contract was signed, and Valens and Keane spent hours in the basement working on songs together.

Connection made 18 Jul 2015.

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Robert Keane to Robert Gaston Fuller

In 1964 Keane signed Bobby Fuller and his band, The Bobby Fuller Four, to Del-Fi, and released several singles and two albums under a subsidiary label just for the band called Mustang Records. Their biggest song, "I Fought the Law" was released in October 1965 and was a hit in the United States and the United Kingdom.

Connection made 18 Jul 2015.

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Robert Gaston Fuller to Forest Lawn Memorial Park Hollywood Hills

Robert Gaston "Bobby" Fuller (October 22, 1942 – July 18, 1966) was an American rock singer, songwriter, and guitarist best known for his singles "I Fought the Law" and "Love's Made a Fool of You," recorded with his mid-1960s group, the Bobby Fuller Four.

Connection made 18 Jul 2015.

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Richard C Gatlin to Aztec Club of 1847

Original Member

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Richard C Gatlin to Richard C Gatlin

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Electus Backus (Captain) to Aztec Club of 1847

Original members

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Electus M Backus to Electus Backus

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Electus M Backus to Electus Backus (Captain)

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Electus Backus (Captain) to Electus Backus

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John Munroe to Zachary Taylor

Munroe was chief of artillery under General Zachary Taylor in the Mexican–American War of 1846–1847.

Connection made 18 Jul 2015.

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John Munroe to Aztec Club of 1847

During the occupation of Mexico City he became an original member of the Aztec Club of 1847.

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Charles J Biddle to Aztec Club of 1847

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