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Re: tutor families ,north carolina
Posted by: Valerie Tutor (ID *****2115) Date: October 21, 2007 at 19:02:30
In Reply to: Re: tutor families ,north carolina by Kenneth E Douglas of 295

Hi! The other brother in Florida that died in Jacksonville was my husband's dad, Elmon Tutor! My husband has never known any of his dad's people as he was 4 or 5 when his dad died and his mom never contacted any of his dad's relatives - other than Jessie who lived for a time in Daytona along with Elmon and my husband's mom (her name is Millie). She was Elmon's third wife. He died of a heart attack in his car they decided on a trip for a few days to Jacksonville. I was able to trace my hubby's ancestry and he is especially proud of the Civil War connection we found - but we have never talked to anyone who is related to him and he wants to but is afraid. He has several half brothers & sisters his mom tells him but she does not know any of them or if they are still alive. His dad was about 18 years older than his mom so his siblings would be much older - he is 56 now.


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