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Miss Victoria claims kin to Virginia Sparks Wonderling

As a small girl, Mrs. Vicky remembers cast iron skillet cornbread she ate at Cousin Elva's house
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Victoria Pike writes:
We sure are kin. My great grand mother was Victoria Rosina Hunter and my great grand father was William Barlow Rowe. They lived here on the farm Ed has so lovingly named "Miss Victoria's Pampered Ranch." I remember going to visit cousin Elva as daddy called her. Momma said she always had cornbread baked in a cast iron skillet and I would ask for a piece when we visited. My grand mother was Josephine Rowe Browning and my grandfather Chapman Browning. Josiah's first wife was Marietta Hurt, daughter of William Hurt who was one of the early settlers of Adair County. --Victoria Pike
Comments re article 92124 Virginia Sparks Wonderling comments on GG Grandfather Josiah Hunter

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