spirit-of-shiloh
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spirit-of-shiloh

Well-Known Member, Female, 70, from Littlerock,Calif.

spirit-of-shiloh was last seen:
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    1. Peter T Davis
      Peter T Davis
      Happy Birthday spirit-of-shiloh,

      According to our records today is your birthday.

      Many Happy Returns of the Day!
    2. Peter T Davis
      Peter T Davis
      Happy Birthday spirit-of-shiloh,

      According to our records today is your birthday.

      Many Happy Returns of the Day!
    3. KingofThings
      KingofThings
      Hi! Hope you're out there and well and and seeing your birthday wishes today!!! :)
    4. Peter T Davis
      Peter T Davis
      Happy Birthday spirit-of-shiloh,

      According to our records today is your birthday.

      Many Happy Returns of the Day!
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      2. spirit-of-shiloh
        spirit-of-shiloh
        Thank you so much:) My Bday was the 6th. I don't know how I got 9 on there?
        Sep 10, 2015
      3. Peter T Davis
        Peter T Davis
        Want me to change it?
        Sep 10, 2015
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    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    Sep 9, 1948 (Age: 70)
    Location:
    Littlerock,Calif.
    Occupation:
    Retired
    I was a silversmith for 30+years making jewelry in silver,turq,and other stones.Did castring but prefer smithing like the Native Americans with a torch.
    Also painted in various mediums,belonged to a couple of art assoc.
    Like wood carving.Was a political activist and appointed to various city positions.
    Played guitar in a band in the 60's. Wrote songs and poetry,belonged to the Chapperal Poets in Hollywood.
    Collector of just about anything.Have rescue horses and cats. Raised 3 daughters.

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