Texas beauty drops 10 year marriage claim to Winfield

November 1995
New York Amsterdam News;11/11/95, Vol. 86 Issue 45, p3
Reports that flight attendant Sandra Renfro-Kuykendall dropped a 10-year-old claim that she was married in common law to baseball player Dave Winfield. Renfro-Kuykendall's claims; Winfield's family background.


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