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Secrest Family Tree Native American Info needed
Posted by: Gary Varnell (ID *****7380) Date: March 25, 2008 at 13:39:37
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Dear Ms. McCain,

My name is Gary Varnell and my Aunt Helen and Aunt Edna received an e-mail from you regarding the Secrest Family. They were tracking our family tree for me because I wanted to trace my NAtive American Heritage. Most of my family members were from Tennessee or North Carolina. Your respose to them was regarding a John O Secrest his father was also a John Secrest and mother Sabra Secrest also Sabra Fields (Indian name) You also said if we could prove a line to Minnie MAe Seicrest that would be all we needed to prove the heritage.

My Father is John Varnell; his mother is Pearl (Wallace) Varnell; Pearl's mother and father were Bill or William Wallace and Cordia (Hare) WAllace her parents were Thomas Hare and Mary E. (Secrest) Hare, born approximately 1849, in either Tennesses or North CArolina. So I am trying to find the parents of Mary E. Secrest, which would be my Great, Great, Great Grand Parents. I have been spending hours at the Mormon Genealogy library but am having difficulty locating them. Is there any thing you can suggest or help me with to find them or connect me to Minie Mae Seicrest? My cell phone number is below or I would be happy to call you to find out anything I can regarding this.

Looking forward to hearing from you!


Gary Varnell

480 430-0660

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