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Flowers left for Cynthia Parker
I chose a sunflower. My Dad always planted a sunflower in the middle of his garden. My cousin went to the Dr one day-she was having problems with her legs. The Dr asked her how much indian she had in her-she didnt know she had any. So she asked my Aunt. My Aunt said "all I can tell you -is") one day(My Aunt) I was in school studying about Cynthia Ann Parker-and she thouht it was so interesting. My grandmother replied-we are a direct decendent of Cynthis Ann. My grandfather(who was Irish) jumped up and said I don't want that discussed in this house again. My grandfather burned the family Bible. I have desperately searched to no avail. My great grandmother was Harriett Geneva Parker born in Mississippi in 1857. She married William Oxner who are both burried in Shelby County Texas. If there is anyone who can help-please do so.Pattie Sepulvadop_sepulvado1@yahoo.com
- pattie sepulvado
 Added: Apr. 18, 2014

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