|Reba Estelle Williams Boozell (#47088753)|
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|Im 60 years old live in Iowa for the last 35 years.Im married and 13 Grandkids.We have Yours Mine and Ours here.|
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|Sally Williams mello||WILLIAM CLIFFORD WILLIAMS|
MY NAME IS SALLY HARRIETT WILLIAMS WILLIAM C WILLIAMS WAS MY FATHER I AM HIS YOUNGEST DAUGHTER I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW SOME OF MY FAMILY I REMEBER MY AUNTS NORA AND ESTELL AND MY UNCLE JC'S WIFE KATHERINE I ALSO RWMEBER I HAD AN UNCLE WHO WAS MARRIED TO MY AUNT NORA I CALLED HIM UNCLE RED MY FATGER HAD OLDER CHILDERN I REMEBER MY BROTHERS BILLY AND Jojo I also had a sister I think her name was Reba my moms name was alida they called her Lee my dad adopted her son his name was Mike. If anyone knows anything about ny cousins or other family members I qould greatly appreciate knowing I also remember my uncle jc had a daughter named carla jo and I remeber a sister named Brenda who had a son named Tony. My parents also had two sons one named Raymond the other named Alen. Please contact me at email@example.com.
|DeeDee Bethel||Alma Shifley|
Could her name possibly be Reba A. Shifley?
|Amanda Peoples||clifford Williams|
I am doing research on my family and was wondering if and how you are realated to the Nora Williams, Clifford Willams and Marion Holliday. My father is deceased and researching his side of the family tree. My father was Roger Lamar Holliday, I know he was adopted by someone in his moms family, I believe. Atleast, that is what I have been told. I never met my dads biological parents but, as a child I vaguely remember his adopted parents. I was very young the last time I saw them but I believe his name was Clifford. I was wondering if you knew anything about this family and if Cliffords wife was still alive? Any information you might have would be helpful and if you are not related I am sorry to bother you.
Amanda Holliday Peoples
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