BERGERON FAMILYLouella Murray of Pennsylvania married a Louisiana Cajun at age 22 and became a Bergeron, with her husband changing her first name to 'Cotton' to reflect what he described as her cotton-like hair. They met in Pensacola, where they both were stationed at the end of World War II and where this photograph was taken.
BERGERON FAMILYLouella Murray of Pennsylvania married a Louisiana Cajun at age 22 and became a Bergeron, with her husband changing her first name to 'Cotton' to reflect what he described as her cotton-like hair. They met in Pensacola, where they both were stationed at the end of World War II and where this photograph was taken.
BERGERON FAMILYLouella Murray of Pennsylvania married a Louisiana Cajun at age 22 and became a Bergeron, with her husband changing her first name to 'Cotton' to reflect what he described as her cotton-like hair. They met in Pensacola, where they both were stationed at the end of World War II and where this photograph was taken.

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