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Re: TRYING TO MY FATHER JAMES ARMOUR (ny)
Posted by: Joy Armour-Williams (ID *****0438) Date: December 30, 2008 at 07:46:18
In Reply to: Re: TRYING TO MY FATHER JAMES ARMOUR (ny) by Andrea Hughes of 905

Good morning Andrea: You can contact Fannie Armour-White who created the Family Tree booklet. Her number is 973-373-7871. You can also e-mail her at: tahlibah@msn.com. A few years ago, Freddie Armour passed away and I met his brothers and a sister Mildred Armour at the wake. They all had been separated as children and was raised by other people. Then Gloria "Goldie" Armour was able to find all of them and bring them together. That moment was so special and moving that it just made me want to find more family members. I wonder if your mother is the Mildred Armour I met? The last time I saw here was after the funeral and she was planning to move but, I cannot remember where. I have been wondering how she was doing or where she was. Is it possible for you to send me the picture of James Armour via e-mail? I truly hope that we are related which, I feel confident that we are. If not, we will always be connected. When I attended the Armour Family Reunion in 2001, the family is so large that you just wouldn't be able to remember everyone's name and face. The Armour family extends to the Lott, Coleman, White, Womack, Blount, Clark, Ford, Gross, Gayle, Hill, Jackson, Johnson, Jones, Joseph, Kearney, Knight, McCoy, Murphy, Roberson, Slade, Thomas, Tillman & Williams Families. They took numerous pictures. Who ever created the saying "be careful who you kiss, because it may be your cousin" must of had families like ours in mind.

When you get the book from Fannie, you will be amazed at all the info and pictures. I look forward to hearing from you soon. Please feel free to contact me anytime. The best way is through e-mail.

Joy


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