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Carol Lee's Memory Recipe

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Carol Lee Wallis Byrd (daughter of Bud Wallis, granddaughter of Ruth Schantz Wallis)
Added: Saturday, August 22, 2009

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When we visited Allentown one of my earliest memories was when I was a toddler escaping from mom and dad several times a day climbing the stairs to visit Grammy and Grand pap to get my banana. Another memory is when Uncle Jackie got a new sled and he took me sledding down the street next to the house and we ended up going under a big truck. Uncle Jackie got reamed out from Grandpa Wallis.

 

 

 

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