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Re: Help! Myrttle Purser of Marion County,AL
Posted by: Kent Pusser (ID *****1876) Date: September 28, 2002 at 21:19:34
In Reply to: Re: Help! Myrttle Purser of Marion County,AL by James R. Crisp of 646

Proven Amerind "blood" came from the Purser side. Vowdis, statistically, was 1/32 Amerind, however genes don't work that way, showing stronger characteristics after generations is not uncommon. The G-G-Grandmother of Vowdis, Massey Purser, w/o Moses Purser was a full-blooded Cherokee.


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