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Finding Family
Posted by: Sally Antell (ID *****0938) Date: January 02, 2003 at 05:57:46
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Hi,
My name is Sally Wyn Antell and my nickname is Wynde and sent a message back in july after founding out that my real maiden name is Lemley. My father was born in Burton, West Virginia 6/4/1916 Leo Edgar Lemley and his father was Mart Lemley and mother Veinia Lemley. My grandfather kidnapped him and changed his name so his death certificate says Edward Leo Antell which I thought was his name and my family name. He died when I was 8 months old and just found his birth certificate thru my oldest sister and would like to find out about my real family name. We think that Antell was my grandmothers maiden name but not sure. If anyone has any information I would appreciate it. I am in the Navy on a destroyer and out to sea alot after 9/11 and don't have much time inport. I am out to sea now and if anyone has any information it is important to me please contact me by email, I will try and check site when I can but it is difficult with the increasing threats. I want to know my family hx please help a shipmate serving her country to find her past. Thank you.


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