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Sexton Reunion, Lincoln Birthplace picnic area, Sept. 24, 2011

REUNIONS

The annual Sexton Reunion for the descendants of the late Jim Riley & Mattie Pearl (Roach) Sexton will be Saturday September 24, 2011 at 11amCT, at Picnic area at Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park, 2995 Lincoln Farm Road Hodgenville, Kentucky 42748 Please bring a covered dish and your favorite drink. For more information call (270)576-3186. Thank youBetty Sue (Jessie) Roach. --Sue Roach
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