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Re: John and Dolly Sumner; 1770's-1800's
Posted by: becky thomason (ID *****3975) Date: March 03, 2011 at 14:52:09
In Reply to: Re: John and Dolly Sumner; 1770's-1800's by Carrie Ezzell of 1447

Carrie, that was a big picture that hung in my grandma's house.My grandma died a long time ago but my aunt stilled lived there when we got into doing family history. My sister Eva was the one that did most of it and she died last April. She was the one who went to my aunt's and took some pictures of the picture. I have only had my computer since last summer so i really don't know much about sending pictures and stuff but i will try to get my daughter to help me and i will see if i can send you the picture. and as for James riley's death, i don't know how he died but i do have a picture of his stone (civil war)as he is buried in the Shrewsberry cem. in Mill Shoals, Ill. the information i have is he died Jan. 1 1911

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