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Re: tutor families ,north carolina
Posted by: Christine Tutor (ID *****2948) Date: February 20, 2006 at 00:59:58
In Reply to: Re: tutor families ,north carolina by Matthew Tutor of 295

I knew your grandfather quite well. I am the daughter of Henry L. Tutor, one of the 3 brothers who moved to Calif from NC. We visited uncle Harmon and aunt Margaret about once a month when I was young in the 50's and 60's. I have a lot of good memories and photos of my dad and Harmon and Paul fishing in Ensenada, Mexico and other photos I could share with you. My dad was very close to Harmon. I have some good stories of life on the farm in NC when the 8 kids were growing up. My dad left NC to join the USMC when his father would not give him some promised land.

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