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Not sure why the line breaks around Maria Innerarity and her kids. Maybe it's too wide? Might be a good idea to construct future family trees horizontally (i.e. a column for each generation).
- Okay, according to Mr. A, Julee Panton was a slave owned by William Panton. When he left Pensacola for Cuba, he freed her and another slave (Robert?) and gave them both $300. Julee used to money to purchase her house. --Admin 13:49, 11 February 2008 (CST)