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Despite his lilting accent, his yearly tours to Ireland, and the name of his store--Real Irish--Stuart Marley actually grew up in Wales. His parents left Ireland, he says, and "were going to come to Philadelphia, but the plans changed." One of his aunts developed tuberculosis and was treated on the Wirral Peninsula near Liverpool. The whole family settled in Wales to be near her. Despite that, he says, "I'm all Irish, you know? I've always felt Irish. Home has always been Ireland."

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