|Mary Ann Odom Hammons (#47018701)|
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|I was born @ Ft Lee, Virginia. After my father received his honorable discharge we returned to my parents hometown in Oklahoma. I am the oldest of four daughters; two are now in heaven.|
My maternal grandfather and my husband's older cousin were instrumental in quenching my thirst for my family history. It has surpassed the Odom line only and gone onto my husband's family and so many lines in our families.
We have three sons. One is a police officer, and the other two own their own businesses. Our middle son was a captain in the fire department and we nearly lost him when a house collapsed in 2007. We're very grateful to the Lord for sparing his life. He retired and started his own business. We have 13 grandchildren at present.
My husband is a prince of a man. He's a minister and is very caring and giving. I have dealt with the autoimmune disease Systemic Lupus since I was 23 and he's been a support and solid rock that I could always lean on. Family history is a hobby where I can sit at my computer and work as I'm able. I love the search and the history so much.
Blessings to all of you and happy hunting! ;)
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|Beth Pearce||Eula Hammons|
Eula Pearl Johnson Hammons has a duplicate entry. I plan to delete mine. There are notes on my entry from anonymous that I moved to Clifford's entry. Before I delete mine I wanted to give you a chance to compare them. Forest Hill Cemetery in Tecumseh, OK.