Pat Wohlford Claxton, left, and her half-sister, Ruth Wohlford Ogier, recently found each other on Facebook. Ogier is holding a picture of their brother, Kenneth Wohlford McTeague, who lives near Salem, Ore.
Pat Wohlford Claxton, left, and her half-sister, Ruth Wohlford Ogier, recently found each other on Facebook. Ogier is holding a picture of their brother, Kenneth Wohlford McTeague, who lives near Salem, Ore. BOB SOFALY/The Beaufort Gazette
Pat Wohlford Claxton, left, and her half-sister, Ruth Wohlford Ogier, recently found each other on Facebook. Ogier is holding a picture of their brother, Kenneth Wohlford McTeague, who lives near Salem, Ore. BOB SOFALY/The Beaufort Gazette

Facebook helps long-lost sisters connect

March 14, 2011 12:01 AM

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