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Lewellen ALL spellings N.C early 1800's
Posted by: Judy (ID *****0444) Date: June 23, 2002 at 06:25:55
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Lewellyn all spellings, ancestry from N. C early 1800's. We are desparate for B+ blood type, odds are much greater to find a match in blood relatives.
If you are related to Rhodes, Lewellyn, Lard, Haddock, Beasley, Williams, of Lauderdale Co. Al, or any of their lines
PLEASE.... blood type B+ is needed for bone marrow testing. Leukemia victim, Talisha Hunt, 20 years old, has 28 days to find a bone marrow match. She is 7 months pregnant. Chances are much greater in finding a match within her bloodline. This is her last chance. She is in Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, TN. Time is running out, Please e-mail me at if you have any questions, and I will give you all the information. Her line is Lewellyn-Rhoden, Rhodes-Lard, Rhodes-Haddock, Rhodes-Beasley, Rhodes-Williams.

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