Pat Welsh related to JLW

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Paul Ringstrom
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Pat Welsh related to JLW

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article on Pat Welsh, the Julia Child of Gardening, the somewhat related to Frances and John Lloyd Wright

https://www.sandiegoreader.com/news/199 ... gardening/
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Roderick Grant
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According to the article, Pat Welsh's husband, Louis Welsh, was the son of Frances Welsh by her first marriage. Frances was later married to John Lloyd Wright. They had no children. Pat is not FLW's granddaughter, or even step-granddaughter.

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Too complicated for my brain to unravel.
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josquin
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Pat Welsh

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John Lloyd Wright designed a house for Pat and her husband that was next to John's house. According to Pat, they were good friends.

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