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Saturday, October 25, 2014

Luttrell Family Bible FOUND!

Originally posted in 2003 (on the old Glenn’s World website) before the new www.littrellfamily.net website.

Several years ago a Bible was found in a van that was being dismantled in Cleburn, Texas. I would like to see it returned to its family.

Some of the names in the Bible are:

Paternal grandfather Benjamine Franklin LUTTRELL b. 1851 d. 1928
Pat. grandmother: Luttrell Isabella Frances, b. 1880 d. 1941
Mat. grandfather: Albert Washington THOMPSON, b. 1872 d. 1941
Mat. grandmother: Bell THOMPSON, b. 1880 [no death date listed]
Parents: Charles F. SMITH, Sr., b. 1882, Louisville, Kentucky, d. 1955, Cedar Keys, Florida
Alberta T. SMITH, b. 1902, Cedar Keys [no death date listed]
Children's Register:
Cleveland Yulu THOMPSON, b. 1908 Cedar Keys
Lee Wesley THOMPSON, b. 1912
James B. DEAN, b. 1918 Cedar Keys, Florida
Charles F. SMITH, Jr., b. 1926 Tarpon Springs, Florida
Dan N. SMITH, b. 1928
Charles Andrew SMITH, b. 1957 Naples
Franklin C.[?] SMITH, b. August
We are very interested in returning this Bible to the appropriate family please contact us immediately (hopefully with proof of descent?).    GlennDL

Hi Glenn ,
    Just to let you know someone claimed this bible yesterday. My original message was posted 4 years ago, and this lady recognized her grandfather's name in the message. I was afraid I would not be able to trace the bible because the lady who had it has moved away to live with her son. But it had never been returned to her. The man, our Gen. Soc. corresponding Sec., had kept it knowing the lady was not well and it was not her family bible. We are making arrangements to get this bible back to its family now.
                Nancy Wright

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