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"William and Lular Ervin Tennessee, and Cairo, Mounds City,I

Updated May 10, 2002

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I am currently researching my family tree. I am of African-American decent. William and Lular Ervin were my great-grandparents. I know they had 7 children who are all decease. My great-grandmother, Roosevelt Alice Ervin, was their baby daughter. Tracy Ervin was the youngest son, and the other children Lucinda, she and her husband did not have children, Luella Kizzie(named after Lular mother)she did not have any children, Leslie(his wife Ruby)they had at least two children Leslie Henry Ervin Junior Born Feb. 24,1930 and Delores Lydia Ervin born June 3,1932. Clarence Ervin and Monroe. Two of Monroe's children are Wendell and Regina Hollis from Cairo, Ill.
I know that William and Lular Ervin lived part of their lives in Tennessee. Lular Ervin died in Mounds City, Ill. in June 19,1935.
Lular mother name is Kizzie Prince and her father name is Sim Parks. I know Lular had a brother,his name is Walter B. Parks,
He stayed in Milwaukee many years ago.
Sim and Kizzie stayed in Olive Branch, Il.
William Ervin was Native-American and Lular was African-American.
Roosevelt Ervin was first married to James Johnson, the children are Leland Johnson who died in 1970 and Pauline Johnson who is my grandmother.

 
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