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From: "Ralph Bailey" <>
Subject: Re: [LARAPIDE] THIS SEARCH IS STARTING TO BREAK MY HEART
Date: Mon, 11 Apr 2005 14:55:45 -0500
Not sure why you sent this to Rapides Parish when everything you mention is
in Orleans Parish.
The road that Indian Lake Trailer Park is on is Chef Menteur rather than
I know a man who was in the grocery business on Chef Menteur during the time
you are discussing and will ask him if he knows any of these people.
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Subject: [LARAPIDE] THIS SEARCH IS STARTING TO BREAK MY HEART
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I am running out of places to look...
I was born 9/10/66 , 6:37 pm according to amended B-Cert. #
117-1966-013-00831 at Charity Hospital New Orleans.
My Birth Mothers name is supposed to be Jacqueline Harris, from Texas, but
she went by the name of Jackie.
Jackie was to be 100% Black foot or Cherokee Indian.
My adopted parents are Mary Clements Craighead and Wiley Craighead. They
lived at Indian Lake trailer park on Chef Mateau Highway down the road from
the Pepper Spot, and my Birth mother lived with them.My dad worked at
Stanley Doussan's Texaco station.
The attorney who handled the paper work was named McSweeny.
My Birth mother also gave birth to twins, sometime around 1965 (both had
blonde hair) who were given to or adopted by Lucille McCorkle,(lived in
trailer park down the road and also at one time lived in the same trailer
park as my parents, Lucille had a son named Tommy about 20 years old at the
Tommy , my aunt Donna, My uncle Jimmy and uncle Eddie all ran around
Donna was convicted of Murder with her boyfriend and sentenced to around 20
years either right before we moved or a little after we moved away.
Any information or help would be greatly appreciated.
contact me at : or or
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