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Re: Binning Book
Posted by: Julia Runnels (ID *****4448) Date: May 14, 2002 at 13:14:56
In Reply to: Re: Binning Book by francis binning of 100

Thank you so much for all of the info on our family. You have more information than anyone so far. The Relatives with the slaughter house were Aunt Jo Thigpen and her husband. That is where our Great Grandmother Georgia Binning stayed until she died. I remember our Great Aunts very well. Aunt Jo, Aunt Ida Mae and Aunt Olive (Ollie) came to visit Grandpa Binning regularly and my mother took care of him until he died. By the time I was born my Grandfather had become a Methodist and Daddy enrolled me in the Methodist cradle roll, Mom had me christened Catholic, I attended the Presbyterian Church for a while (that is where Uncle Leonard's family went) and then was confirmed in the Episcopal church at the age of 12 where I had started attending with Stella Rose, Aunt Emma's only daughter. At 15 I was baptized into the Baptist church where I've been ever since.

Thanks for you reponse to my email.
Your loving and grateful cousin, Julia


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