Categories: Ham Radio Operators.
I'm interested in Texas Yancey's. My family sources mostly around Emory, Rains County, Texas. I'm interested in stories of David King Yancey, and any family stories that might still be around about that scoundrel, Thomas Hines Yancey and his abandoned Tennessee wife and family.
My first callsign was KE5EMA. I'm currently KM5Z.
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