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Re: ISO of information on Amanda "Manda" Rose Yarnell children
Posted by: kenn parsons (ID *****1242) Date: July 26, 2010 at 22:52:22
In Reply to: ISO of information on Amanda "Manda" Rose Yarnell children by t t of 319

Amanda was my grandmother. My mother is Thelma Ellen Yarnell Reese Parsons- she will be 101 in November 2010. She now lives with me in CA. My father Kenneth, Mom's second husband, died several years ago. I was married to Carol but have no children. Mom and I live in Belmont, CA. Her only surviving sibling is Fay Yarnell Davis who lives with her husband Steve in Lincoln, MI and has two sons - Steve and Greg - they each have two children. I have a sister Kaaren Terrell in Atlanta with two sons Daniel and Adrian. My half brother Charles (father, Charles Reese) is deceased - he had two sons - Charles(Carl) and Brian. Mom's brother Glenn Sr had one son by Virginia - Glenn Jr who lives in Clemmons, NC and has two daughters. He had no children by Florence his second wife. William was married twice but had no children. Marvin and Katherine (Kitty) had one son Jeff who has two children by his first wife Jan - Jamie and JB. Jeff lives in Arnold, CA with his second wife Jeannine. Kitty is widowed and lives in Murphy's, CA. Kenn Parsons

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