Jan 14, 2008
JC: You say your sister's girls are...
Rosella: Into it. Ya.
JC: Who are they?
Rosella: One of them is Pam Stone. I'm not sure whether the others are into it, but I'm sure Pam is.
JC: Which of your sisters is she?
Rosella: Irene Fultz.
JC: Ok, Irene Fultz, so her daughter Pam Stone is working on the family tree.
Rosella: I think she is. I know they're working on it. I think she is one of em.
JC: When were you born?
Rosella: August 31, 1914.
JC: 1914. Your dad was Tom Hall, and your mom was...
Rosella: Nora Bailey
JC: Tom Hall & Nora Bailey. How many brothers and sisters did you have?
Rosella: There was 11 of us.
JC: 11 kids
Rosella: 7 girls and 4 boys. The first two little boys, one died at 2 and the other was going to be 6. Now I was the oldest, then we had a little brother, and there was 6 girls before they had a boy.
JC: Is that right? And you were the oldest child. You've got brothers here in Marion.
Rosella: Larry is here, but Don lives in Florida.
JC: Oh he does?
Rosella: He comes home in the summer time, stays most of the summer. And he just recently married a woman from Swayzee.
JC: Oh really.
Rosella: Just last Saturday, no Saturday a week ago.
JC: Now Larry, is he one of the youngest kids?
Rosella: He is the youngest.
JC: How old is he, or when was he born?
Rosella: He was born in 28 (she meant 1938)
JC: He doesn't even look that old.
Rosella: He doesn't does he? He'll be 70 the first day of March. (2:45)