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Re: Tow family of Cherokee Indian lineage?
Posted by: sonya thompson (ID *****5933) Date: March 26, 2005 at 08:20:50
In Reply to: Re: Tow family of Cherokee Indian lineage? by Susan Tow of 471

I'm sorry if my message upset you , but Joy is the one are one of the people that started that silly story about Sarah and husband being killed for their money that they were to recieve from their father . and that their bodies were dug up and moved . When the lake was built the Tow family cematery was down where the lake was to go and they moved some of the graves but some were not moved . maybe Sarah and husband are under the lake.Anyway that is just a idea not a statement . She was pretty rude with my sister also thinking that we were the Grandchildren of William my sister was so proud because she went back to the kelseys and all. I was not shouting at her {Joy} I was just typing in full letters because I forget to capitalize things at times . Anyway I was really upset when I read what she had to say to my sis that I just went off on her . my sister died in Aug. of last year and I was having a very hard time with it and I didnt wont anyone to disrespect my Sister . She was dead and went to her death still thinking she was right and I wasn't thilled about being Wilsons granddaughter myself I had heard that he wasn't very nice . Sonya



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