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Re: Rakers in the south
Posted by: A. Virgil Barnhill, Jr. Date: December 07, 2001 at 19:30:04
In Reply to: Rakers in the south by Kyle R. Raker of 135

Howdy Kyle,

You must be a son of one of the sons of Napoleon B., Jr,; Robert W.; or Clarence R. RAKER.
Napoleon Broward RAKER, Sr. (your grandfather) was born 13 Oct 1913 and was the son of
Robert Henry RAKER and his second wife Margaret Elizabeth "Bessie" WARD.

Robert was the son of Mathew RAKER, Jr. and his wife Frances M. HESTER. He was born on
the 17th of March 1860 in Wakulla Co., Florida. My mother was a RAKER.

This is all recorded in a manuscript I prepared some years ago. If you want a copy it can be
had for $20 pospaid to me at:

A. Virgil Barnhill, Jr.
P. O. Box 22621
Knoxville, TN 37933


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