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Re: family tree
Posted by: ILA FAYE HESTER Date: February 14, 2002 at 08:33:32
In Reply to: Re: family tree by SHIRLEY PICKRON DAUGHTRY of 84

Shirley i am going to try to find out about grandpa mose it will take a while but i will get it i believe the andalusia court house burned with a lot of info with it i do know that grandpa owned his own farm at one time and it was burned up he had taken grandma to jackson town to see her mother they went by wagon and when they got back the barn all the animals and everything was gone it was during the depression and then he started working for al paper co and settled at sandy ramp that was where the train stopped to load on the timber he had a team of oxen that pulled the timber the old railroad bed is to the left of where you turn off there to go to aunt ruths house and i believe yours also.i would walk with him that way and he would tell me about it also mom knows he would tell me ghost stories when i was little.when i was little they lived on the left onthe little hillright before you get to the branch there at aunt ruths.wd was just a young boy and had a collie dog. when you see e b tell him what im doing.catch you later faye


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