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Roy R. Corey
Paternal grandma with the Corey Boys. Steve is an infant.
Brer' Dave and Family - Maria, Dave, Sonya, and Judy
Dave, Jim, & Tom on old Belle.
What a great smile Jim has!
Kathy's Mother is third from the right in this photo of a girls softball team in Kansas City.
My brother Dave.
This is a photo of Clyde Stark, the fella my grandmother threw out after her kids had started school. Our name should be Stark. Where "Corey" came from is anybody's guess.
Remember, I lost my entire Ancestry.com file when they changed format (and then my computer crashed), but I think I was under the impression that your grandmother took the kids and left him, moving north. I can't remember what state she moved to, but I found the family living with a Mr. Corey there. I searched for one, but there was no marriage license to be found. I also remember that I found the school the kids were enrolled in, and by then the kids had changed their name to Corey. One day I'll try to research it all again, but Mr. Corey (I can't remember his first name) was real.
I also remember that Mr. Corey was listed on the census as being from Virginia.
The Corey brothers in 1976. L to R: Jack, Steve, Jim, Tom,& Dave
Miss seeing that smiling face. (-:
Tom (Pappy) with Heather and Josh
Party at Kathy's house
Kathy says it was probably a birthday party when she was 13 or 13. In the basement of here house in Vienna, MO
Were you there? (Sorry I'm so full of questions!) The guy on the far left is too much!
Naw, I wasn't there. I was poor white trash living in a cabin on a bluff above the river.
I hate it when you and your brothers say things like that! But you knew Kathy back then, right?
Sorry Kathleen, you have to take into account our warped sense of humor. This may have been little before I knew Kathy.
Olden days in the Navy
Christmas Photo at Fort Corey