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Looking for info on Lucy Renfro/White Feather
Posted by: Norma Sluder (ID *****4371) Date: August 20, 2011 at 21:21:15
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I have always been told that we had a squating squaw on my mothers grand parents side of the family.My mother was Ruby Helen Fark, born to Ida Cullin and John Malford Fark in Evansville,Ind. on 18 Dec. 1907. Ida's father and mother were Joseph Washington Cullin and Louisa Ellen St. Clair, both from Trimble,Ky. I believe for Joseph. Louisa was also from Ky.but don't know where. Here I am to believe that Louisa is connected to Lucy Renfro/White Feather around Renfro Valley,Ky.I have a picture of Joseph,Louisa,my mother Helen and Lucy I'm told standing in the doorway of their house in Evansville,Ind. when my mother was about 14-15 yrs. old. Lucy? was living with them at the time.The family moved to Greenville,Ms. around 1924-25,as Joseph was a Track Foreman with the R.R. but Lucy wasn't with them,as I am led to believe she had passed by then.
I would truly love to find out if my Lucy is in your line and anyone could tell me more about her.We have always been told and we know we have Indian blood,but is it from Lucy? Another thing is that Josph is connected to the Lee's of Ky and Va.
Again Thank you for any help.
You can e-mail me at nored16@yahoo.com or write to Mrs.Norma Vest Sluder at 5221 Black Bayou Rd. Leland,Ms. 38756.


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