Crossin' the River
In "Crossin' the River" Barbara Danecaptures the essence of six generations of one branch of the Tutor family and describes the connection to the Gilmore's and Fooshee's in Mississippi.The personal stories of Barbara and her sisters, family pictures and a genealogy chart show the ebb and flow of rivers this family crossed from one generation to the next.
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Chapter Two The Fooshee Connection
Chapter FourMemories of John Wesley Tutor
Chapter FiveToccopola Mississippi
Chapter Seven Anderson Cemetery
Chapter NineRandolph Mississippi
Chapter Eleven Memories of Johnnie Jaunice Tutor Hicks Main
Chapter ThirteenPiney Grove Baptist Church
Chapter FifteenThe Family Tree
Chapter SixteenLast Will and Testament of Samuel Tutor
Anderson Cemetery Arkansas Arnia Aunt Ruby baby Barbara Billy buried candy chickens cornbread Cross County Cumberland County daughter December died Dora Ethel Gilmer Dorothy Dulsie Elsie Ethel Mae FARRIS Fooshee GEORGE NELY7 PEMBLETON girl Grandpa guess HENRY BILL"6 TUTOR HENRY2 TUDOR Hoyl Itawamba County James John Wesley Tutor JOHN WESLEY8 JOHN1 TUDER Johnston Joseph Johnston Juanice kids knew lived looked Lucinda Tutor Mama MARCUM married Mississippi Momma and Daddy Monroe County Mother moved mule Nannie NELY7 PEMBLETON TUTOR never night North Carolina OWEN3 TUDER Papa Bill Parkin Peggy Phoebe play Pontotoc County Punk Randolph remember road Samuel Tutor SAMUEL5 scared SHEMPERT sister someone started things Thomas Gilmore thought Toccopola told took tree TUTOR JOHN WESLEY8 Tutor was born Uncle Marlin wagon whipping WILLIAM HENRY BILL"6 William Owen Tutor WILLIAM OWEN4 Wynne