Patricia Ervil (Underwood) Parker

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Patricia Ervil (Underwood) Parker
This is a photo of Patricia Ervil (Underwood) Parker added by Shirley Thomason on July 7, 2020.
Date & Place: in Miami, Miami-Dade County, Florida United States
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Patricia Ervil (Underwood) Parker
I believe she married 3 times, had myself, Shirley first, then had another child, Carol Shirley in 1948, she died, and the was married to Curtis Shirley, then married Fred Parker and had a daughter, Laurie Parker, who died.
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