Rena, Sounds like the same line to me. I am a descendant of the Andrew Lee Perrett mentioned in one of the previous post by Jean. He left Crenshaw county in the early 1920's and moved to Covington County (neighboring county).
I doun't think the Missouries are the same There is a Claudie S. Perrett b. 1909 d. 1983 buried in the same cemetery as Zue Perrett Beasley b. 1899 d. 1922 this would be Missouri sibling to Andrew Lee Perrett.
Didn't this Claudie have a son Earl T. Perrett b. 1909 d. 1981?
As for the Indian blood it's unknow for sure but in researching the Crenshaw county area I'v found that it was inhabited mostly with Creek Indian's.
The names Missori & Luverne (sisters) do sound like Indian names.
I would like to compair notes with you further.
John Washington Perrett b. 1874 d. 1959, could this be the one in question? Any of the Perrett's from Crenshaw county Al. are going to be related I believe. Upon visiting his gravesite, My Great Uncle and My Grandmother (children of Andrew Lee Perrett) both believed that this was their Uncle Bob, because of the wife & children buried with him. Although they remember his name as Bob believed to be short for Robert. Would love to figure this out too.
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