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Re: Wow! hello Loya cousins
Posted by: Kyoko Loya-Hardin (ID *****9708) Date: May 22, 2009 at 17:19:36
In Reply to: Wow! hello Loya cousins by Albert Loya of 544

Greetings Albert. I know that the grandparents names don't match, but I have a funny story for. My birth name is Kyoko Aqualena Loya and I was born Feb. 10,1978 to Malvola Ardds and Fernando Loya in Sacramento, CA. My father was married to Elizabeth and they had a son named Fernando George (aka Ferny) born Jun 17, 1976. I'm his love child and really heart broken about that, because all my sibling have had their time with him. DNA says I'm his, but sometimes we make bad choices. Anyways, I have three sisters (Amanda 17, Stephanie 16, Roxanne 14) whos mom is Martha. They were all born in Sacramento, but have lived in Salinas for about ten or more years. We have a nine year ols sister who lives here named Elisa. My stepmother Elizabeth told me that my father was the oldest of 3 boys. I don't know their names, but was told that one of them lived in Sac, one in southern CA. About three years ago I was told that my father was deported to Mexico for getting in trouble here in Sac. He went to parison March 1999 and did six years then was sent to Mexico. I was told that his father named was Gustabo and he was from Spain. Elisa is his mother and she is from Mexico and studies black magic. Thats all I know. Does this rings any bells?


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