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Re: Looking for any Quillens related to Grover Cleveland Quillen from Dryden, VA
Posted by: vanessa crislip (quillen) (ID *****7156) Date: April 03, 2008 at 08:49:48
In Reply to: Re: Looking for any Quillens related to Grover Cleveland Quillen from Dryden, VA by Prezzle Quillen of 831

Oh My Gosh! Yes! You do know them! This makes me so very excited! Thank you very much for all of the fantastic information. My dad told me the other day that Mildred's ("Aunt Red")last name was Musick. I use to go to her small house in Pennington Gap when I was a child and she and her husband Cleland, I think his name was, were quite a treat to be around. They always made a fantastic dinner of soup beans, tomatoes, cornbread, and green onions. As a child, their world was so different, and quite a treat for me. I have few, but very fond memories of them. I also remember that Aunt Red was a diabetic and had to give herself shots quite often. No, Aunt Red is no longer living. I do not know when she died, but I do know that it wasn't too many years back.
You have given me far more information about this side of my family than anyone alive now, knows. My dad will also be very greatful. Thank you again. I will be able to do alot of research from the information you have given me. Thanks so much, Take Care! Vanessa Quillen Crislip


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