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Porter/Reba Tapscott Waldrop, 1945, Lawr. Co.,AL
Posted by: Tommy J. Waldrop Date: November 22, 2001 at 17:52:03
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Seeking information about my Reba Tapscott who married Porter William Waldrop, my father's brother. Her name, it seems, is the only information my family knows of her. She married Uncle Porter possibly during World War II but I don't know when nor where. No one ever spoke of their having any children. Uncle Porter was born 04 Feb 1907 in Lawrence Co., AL. While home on leave from the War, he died on 12 Aug 1945. He is buried beside his parents, David Louis Waldrop and Ida Bell (Nolen) Waldrop at Union Hill Missionary Baptist Church near Moulton in Lawrence County. I would appreciate so much if anyone would share with me information about my Aunt Reba and her family. Thank you very much. Tommy J. Waldrop, (Home) 205-252-4437


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