THOTB-5.23

The History of Twin Bayous – After Careful Consideration

Mike Dutranoy continues to follow through on the volunteer work he has agreed to do for Tabitha LeFey-Gentille’s Founder’s Day Centennial Committee.

Next on Mike’s list was fifth-grader, Elmer Gentile, son of Yvette Ringwald.

Elmer lived in the Palms District at 101 Palm Boulevard.

Elmer was assigned his great-great grandfather, the well-respected town sheriff, Jose Viernes.

Brother and sister, Nicolas & Jodi Stoney, lived in the Lighthouse district at 401 Magnolia Street. This was the old Poindexter house.

Their mother, Jena Stoney was the daughter of Olivia Lefey, granddaughter of Samuel Lefey. Their father was, Brendon, son of Donovan Stoney.

Nicolas Stoney was assigned…

…his great-great grandfather, the vampire Anton LeFey.

Jodi Stoney was assigned…

…her great-great grandmother, the business mogul Celia Ringwald.

Brother and sister, Allen & Jaycee Ringwald lived in Farmington at 100 Market Lane.

Allen Ringwald was assigned…

…his great-great grandmother, the world renown chef, Julia (Kidd) Clemens.

His sister Jaycee Ringwald was assigned…

…her great-great grandmother, the former mayor of Twin Bayous, Victoria (Lincoln) Viernes.

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