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Photo #69115

Last Name: Fletcher

First Name : Grace

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Subject's City: Vicksburg

Subject's State: MS

Subject's County: Warren

Subject's Country: United States

Date: 1901-1920

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Type** : PRT

Comments: Grace Fletcher (Nee: ) | Vicksburg MS United States | 1901-1920 | Comments: The photo was found at Vicksburg, MS. It is of Grace Fletcher (b. 1898) and Juanita Levi (b.1905). The photo says - Grace and Juanita, left, were half sisters born to Minnie Lauderdale Fletcher Levi, a local lady who married a Yankee soldier and latera a Confederate veteran; by each she had children. Juanita, a leader in the United Daughters of the Confederacy, shared a house with one half-sister, Ella; she introduced her as "My Yankee sister."

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