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February 24, 2008


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What a fascinating post Margie!
This is the first time that I hear about the six degrees of seperation theory. Now I am sooo curious to learn more about it! I always learn something new from you! (Tell Deborah that I have a few autographs for her from our Oscar night! Ryan Gosling never showed up but other interesting people did)
See you later!
Elsita :)

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I will give you an example. About a week ago Louise Murphy from Atlanta left a message on this blog saying she missed shopping at the thrift stores especially value village and frenchy's .


My Great-Great-Great-Great Grandfather was Andrew Phillip Henneberry, the first settler on Devil's Island, along with his family. His son, and my Great-Great-Great Grandfather, married Maria Edwards. So, I'm sure we're related here somewhere. :)


lol, I forgot to mention his son's name, it was Andrew Thomas Henneberry.

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