GinNie Tanner Smith [Virginia Tanner Smith] (1948 / Seymor, Indiana)
Born to simple folk from North Vernon, Indiana, who divorced after my near death at age four, gave many challenges my emotional and social status in the forties to date. For six years I lived with a good Catholic couple, slept on a cot in their dining room and endured not seeing my two sisters or brother during that time.
My mother's life style was known by all and indeed those good ... more »
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