To: JACKIE WILLIAMSi am looking for a male name jackie williams,his b-day could be march 5.i could be your sister if your father name is robert l.williams.if you have any relatives by the name of shirley,dorthy,linda,laqutha, ernest, jackie. robert died a couple of years ago and he has three younger kids. if this is you email me
To: JACKIE LEE WILLIAMSI am a distant relative of Carolyn Ann Fleming Williams. I joined Colonial Dames, George Morton Chapter, Nebraska last year. I should have contacted you sooner. Sorry. Thank you, Phyllis
To: JACKIE WILLIAMS CLARKhello: if this is the Jackie Clark that once worked at the Austin state school please e-mail me because I'd really like to here from you
how are your young men fine i hope maybe they have a family and your maybe a grandma also I'm not sure that this is you but I'd really like to chat in the e-mail how's your career doing i have retired and have
a in hm day care s if this is you please call me at 512 833-6655
talk t you later
Jackie Williamson I been looking for you, hey, this is Jackie Williams,we both lived in Newark NK, our names were always close in spelling, did you attended Barrringer High School in Newark NJ back in 1975-79, we grew up together through our moms, Both first names are Barbara Williams/Williamson,,, our familes use to live on Littleton Ave, your family live just around the corner,, we spent a lot of time around eacth other growing up and running into each other over the years and ended up at Barringer High which was the last time we seen you, we were in Homeroom together and cooking class,, miss you and need to see you,,, it's been over 45yrs,, clue is that you are the Jackie Williamson that is related to the Power family,,, with Patrica and Debbie,,,,,,,,,, contact me at my email address Kareemahhassan At gmail.com,, , please my sisters,,
Hi, this is Jackie from Chi-town. John Marshall high School, 1209 S. Racine. Better known as Black Jackie. I'm looking for Jewel White, Reggie Blanks, Lawrence Myers, Perry Williams, Jeffery Barefield, Carl Broadwater, or Henry Wolford.