Joyce, don't worry about your mistake. My grandmother was Harriet Emeline Flud/Borders. I never new any of the Flud relatives, but my Father stated that his family and all the Fluds he had contact with where fairly poor. Remember "poor" doesn't mean bad. Most of his relatives where farm hands. My own Grandparents where farm hands and their children picked cotton. Even as a child my Grandparents lived in homes supplied by a large farm for its laborers. My dad's memory of visiting his Flud relatives in Oklahoma where of having to take a horse drawn wagon to his Grandparents house. He said that their house was a rough cabin with animal hides tacked on the outside. His Grandparents where Isaac Nathaniel and "Alcie" Harriet Alice Flud.
From what I understand the Flud clan is doing well. They learn to be hard workers from their parents.
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