THE HOME OF THE STEPHENS FAMILY

Updated September 10, 2008

Margaret Clare Stephens
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COME ON IN AND SIT DOWN AND ENJOY YOUR STAY.
LEARN ABOUT THE STEPHENS',SWEET'S,SUBLET'S,ROTRAMEL'S,CLAYTONS,
THE KUYKENDALL'S, LACEY'S, PIPER'S, BIERMAN'S, AND MANY MORE.

I DEDICATE THIS PAGE TO THE THE REAL FIGHTERS IN MY LIFE...
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MY DAD WHO DIED OF BLACK LUNG
MY MOM WHO LOST THE BATTLE AGAINST BREAST CANCER
AND DR.DON CLARK, WHO LOST THE BATTLE AGAINST CANCER, AND TAUGHT ME THE REAL MEANING OF LIFE.

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This site is a combination of my many, many hours of research.
The LDS site, rootsweb.com, ancestry.com, the Jo Ann Sheehy's site, The Thomas L. Wimberly site, Phillip Sweet's site. Information I have received from my Cousins, Phyllis Rotramel, Sharon Campbell, Jeff A. Clark, John Knight, Rochelle Riordan, John Clayton,
and the joint efforts of all my other relatives.

I would like to thank all these people for their work and dedication to the field of geneology.

Most of all; Thanks to my relatives, without them, I would not be the person I am today. ... I Love you all







Please note: If you find a mistake on this site. It was not intentional, it is just a mistake. Please write me and I will continue to work on getting the correct information on my site.
Thank You Margaret






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