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Re: Lenora Emily Davenport McCormick Fix
Posted by: Gene Long (ID *****4366) Date: April 19, 2004 at 17:39:41
In Reply to: Lenora Emily Davenport McCormick Fix by Merrill Friend of 392

Hi Merrill, I sent this followup last Friday but don't see it posted so I'll try again. Lenora Emily Fix is my Grandmother and Wm Henry Fix my Grandfather. My Mother, Lenora Josephine Fix Long was the 3rd of 8 children (5 Girls, 3 Boys). I have some photos of the Fix's, Grandmother Lenora, Roberta McCormick. Have a good deal of info on the Fix side and Davenport side and some on the O'Brien line but no photos for the Davenports, O'Briens. I would love to share what I have with you. I am the 9th child of 9 of Lenora Josephine Fix Long and Wm Harry Long. One brother Wm Harry, Jr and one sister Mary Elizabeth and myself are the surving sibs. Roberta (Aunt Ginny) died at the Medical College of Virginia hospital on 11/9/1969 as a result of burns obtained when she fell into a leave fire at her home in Driver, Va. She was married to Charles T. Everett who proceeded her in death. They had no children. I hope we can share some of our family's data.
I hope you get this posting. As ever, Gene K. Long


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