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Author Topic:   Trying to find any relatives of Jams, Bessie Lorraine & Pauline Kerfoot
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posted October 17, 2004 05:44 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for GeorgeA     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Can anyone help me.
I am looking for any relatives of James Kerfoot born in england in 1879, was married to Bessie and had 2 daughters, Lorraine & Pauline. They also had a son Willard (or Edward Willard) who was killed when he was very young.

On the 1930 census, although not very clear it looks like they lived in Mcpherson St. Precinct 13, Oxford Town, Alabama when James was a minister.

Although unconfirmed I have have found a death of James in Florida & a death of Bessie in Virginia.

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