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Andria Vincent

That is a sad story. Also, my great-grandmother was a King before she married my great-grandfather. Not sure if they tie in to these Kings or not. :)


Oooh! Maybe! It is really sad. I can't help but think of how Grover felt losing so much in such a short amount of time. It hurts my heart.


This is so very heart breaking....our family keeps growing,but so sad we may never get to meet all of them....simply because they don't know that we exist....:(

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