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Re: tutor families ,north carolina
Posted by: Kenneth E Douglas Date: January 24, 2000 at 14:12:08
In Reply to: tutor families ,north carolina by kip tutor of 298

My wife is a Tutor with roots from NC. Her dad was Edgar Harris Tutor. His hrothers and 1 sister was as follows.Sister ClydeTotor Chestnut lived in Clinton N.C. The boys state where they lived will be blocked[]. Clarence[NC] Jessie[FL] Owen[FL] Paul{Ca]Henry[Ca] Harmon?[Ca] and One brother that was found dead in Jacksenville,FL Many years ago,we can't think of his name. My FIL moved from NC to Flordia inthe early'60s. They lived mostly around Clinton,Dunn,Sampson County. I have hear my Father in Law say alot of his people lived in /around Fuquay/ Varina areawould like to start a family tree her side for my 2 children. Ken Douglas


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