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Re: Youngbloods in North Carolina
Posted by: Carol Kuzmich (ID *****2165) Date: September 02, 2010 at 03:10:44
In Reply to: Re: Youngbloods in North Carolina by Ed Youngblood of 2946

Hi Ed So happy to hear from you. I found the teapot at a garage sale in Lake Orion, MI in the spring of 2009. There was a note inside signed by Mildred Youngblood Grant that the teapot was her grandmother Caroline's and was to be passed down to her brother, Norman Jr. and then to Norman III. I did a lot of reseach. My goal was to get this, what I considered a "family treasure", back to the family. Finally, Jim Utley, a descendant of Caroline's sister contacted me. Because I seemed to hit a dead end, I asked him if he would like it and he said yes. I sent it to him a little while ago. Do you know him? You can contact him about the teapot. I'm sad someone discarded it. I hope it was an accident. I just wanted to get it back "home". Thank you for contacting. Please keep in touch.

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