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    Plural a last name

    I want to have a kind of welcome sign made for my inlaws. Their last name is Walsh.
    I want the sign to read THE WALSHES what is the proper way to plural this?


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    Re: Plural a last name

    Walshes is correct - nb NO apostrophe!

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    Re: Plural a last name

    Yup. It's like keeping up with the Joneses.

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