William R Wall
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Years covered: 1969
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|WILLIAM R WALL
(born 1920, died 1980) United States of America
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|Bill Wall is the son of William Raymond Wall.|
| page 1 of 1; 2 games
|1. B Wall vs W Wall
||Tacoma Washington||C32 King's Gambit Declined, Falkbeer Counter Gambit|
|2. B Wall vs W Wall
||Tacoma WA||C10 French|
|Mar-07-05|| ||DanielBryant: Is this Bill's dad? |
|Nov-26-09|| ||kooley782: Not sure. Think so.|
|Jul-13-11|| ||kevins55555: This must be Bill's dad! That's why it says William <R> Wall.|
|Jul-13-11|| ||Caissanist: You could always ask Bill himself, User: wwall.|
|Jul-16-11|| ||wwall: Yes, my father was also Bill Wall (1920-1980), or William Wall or William R Wall or William Raymond Wall. These were some of the earliest games I started recording after joining the Tacoma Chess Club in 1969 and started keeping score of all my games since then. I suppose I could have written William Raymond Wall vs. William Dale Wall (me), but wrote W. Wall for my father and B. Wall for me,|
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