Glenn Ford, b. 1 May 1916, Sainte-Christine, Portneuf county, Quebec, Canada
Elvis Aron Presley, b. 8 Jan 1935, Tupelo, Lee County, MS
Eddie Jack Fisher, b. 10 Aug 1928, Philadelphia, PA, USA
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Elaine Dundy: "Genetically speaking, what produced Elvis is quite a mixture. At the beginning, to French Norman blood was added Scots-Irish blood. And when you then add to these the Indian strain supplying the mystery and the Jewish strain supplying spectacular showmanship, and you overlay all this with his circumstances, social conditioning, and religious upbringing--specifically his Southern poor white, First Assembly of God upbringing--you have the enigma that was Elvis."
Character is like a symphony, many themes and strains go into its making. In Elvis we see the landscape of America, the erotic spontaneity of Scots-Irish settlers and the facial lines of Indian warriors; there is the dignity and dissolution of the ante-bellum South, as well as the theme of love of family and its abandonment. Combined with his religious upbringing, a subject deserving its own consideration, Elvis's genealogy holds up a mirror with which to see the man.