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Thank you Christian for your support and comments in helping us update our survey form.

What is your favourite quote or saying by Elvis, or about Elvis.
One Day Elvis said,"I am not the King God is the King I`m just a singer"What a Great Man he was.

What is your favourite Suit that Elvis wore on stage?
The Dragon Jumpsuit which wore at the'Dayton,Ohio in October 6 1974' is my favorite Suit.

Have you been to Graceland?...If so, would you like to share your experence or feelings on this site?
No,Unfortunatly because I don't have enough money to go there so it's only a Dream.

Do you have a personal Letter to Elvis or Poem about or for Elvis that you would like to share on this site? This may be included in our next book "Messages to Elvis".
Add it here:

Dear Elvis,How are you in your peace life?I hope you are happy far from our hectic life style and so many problems of this world.I am Christian from Malta and I am one of your thousands of fans that I love your Music,your Image,your Character,your charisma,your way you treated your fans and your wonder full voice.I am very pleased that I didn't exist in your life time because I had four years when you passed away so I am enjoying your excellent carer trough Books,DVD's,C.D's,Records and your Memorabilia.I want to ask you many Questions in this mini Letter but it is impossible write them all but I want to ask you one Question which is this,What do you want to change if you are still alive in your life time?

That`s all for now my friend Elvis I wish that in Future we will meet in a nice place so we can sing Gospel songs together with Happiness.

Thanks Elvis for all you made for us,May your name Live forever and also people do not forget your charity that you gave to the poor and ill people.

Your Friend Christian.

Are you a fan of Elvis daughter Lisa Marie Presley and her music?
Sorry Not much but I wish some day to be.

Do you have a favourite song by Lisa Marie? Why is it your favourite?"
To whom it my concern" because it has sexy voice in it.

What do you think Elvis (as her Father) would have thought of the life Lisa Marie has led so far ?
I think to stop to change husbands and to complete her mission about people that do not home.

What advice do you think he might have for Lisa Marie or his grandkids?
To do not make the same mistake that Elvis did with her.To have more time to spend with her kids because we have one life to live so the best thing is to enjoy every minute of there lives because I am sure that Elvis wanted to spend more time with his loving family.

Are you a fan of Priscilla Presley and her Movie career?
I'm not a Fan but I like her.

Do you have a favourite Movie she was in or maybe Elvis documentary or book by Priscilla Presley?
Yes Dallas and One of Elvis documentary which is called 'HIS GREATEST PERFORMANCES'.

Would you like to tell us a little bit more about yourself to share on your own Elvis Presley Fan page?
My name is Christian,I have 33years old and I live in a little Island which is Malta.I like Peace,Nature that God create for us and Gospel Music.

Elvis Presley Biography fan`s survey results:

From: Malta

1. How and when did you first hear about Elvis Presley?
: I new about ELVIS PRESLEY by a video tape called 'THIS IS ELVIS' which I borrowed from my friend whose father was an elvis fan.

2. What was it that got you hooked on Elvis?
: His wonderful voice, His image that was fantastic, His character because he loved people speacilly his fans and he made a lot of charity.

3. If Elvis were alive, what would you like to say to him or ask him?
: If he was alive I would like to tell him this, If you born again you want this life as you are a singer or do want a normal life having your privacy without any people around you just having your family and close friends?

4. WHICH is your favourite Elvis Presley song or movie?
: My ELVIS PRESLEY favourite song is 'MY WAY'.

5. WHY is it your favourite?
: Because his sang this song with all of his heart and always make me cry when I hear it also I thing that he choose this song because he saw his life in this lovely song.

6. Who do you think Elvis loved most in his life, his greatest love?
: I thing his mum Gladys and his greatest love was Priscilla beaulieu I thing.

7. Where were you and what were you doing when you heard that Elvis had died?
: I had 4 years old when he died so I didn`t heard anything at that time because I was a child and my mind was only playing with toys.

8. Why do you think Elvis still attracts new fans every year, even long after his death?
: I thing ELVIS still attracts new fans because he had a nice voice and he was an excellent entertainer that still you enjoy see him on videos and DVD`S also there are people who they now him in person trough his life like his close friends, his band that they are live his memory trough Elvis virtual concerts, Books, CD`s etc so that`s why that Elvis name is living forever.

9. Do you collect Elvis music or memorabilia?
: Yes, Music, Posters, Books, Souveneir items

11. How would you rate our Elvis Presley Biography site?

12. Do you have any suggestions on how we can improve this site for Elvis's fans?
: No I do not have any suggestions because is a Brilliant site and thanks to you and others like you are having Elvis news and also `ELVIS` name is living forever. Thanks, TLC.

Hi Christian,
great choice of song "My Way". He was very handsome, Elvis put so much into his songs with meaning and no doubt he felt every word. Thank you for your wonderful comments on our site. His memory will live forever.
Honoring our legend comes from the heart.


Elvis Genealogy

Presley was born poor in Tupelo, Mississippi, the son of Vernon Elvis Presley and Gladys Love Smith Presley. He was raised both in Tupelo and later in Memphis, Tennessee, where his family moved when he was 13. He had a twin brother (Jesse Garon Presley) who died at birth.

The young Elvis took up guitar at 11 and, after high school, worked at Precision Tool Company and then drove a truck for the Crown Electric Company.

Scottish author Allan Morrison claims that Elvis was of Scottish descent. In an as-yet-unpublished book, Morrison claims to have found that his ancestors lived in Lonmay, Aberdeenshire in the 1700s. According to Morrison, records show that Andrew Presley married Elspeth Leg in Lonmay in 1713. Their son, also called Andrew, went to the English colonies in 1745.

Through his father's mother Minnie Mae, Elvis descended from King Henry II of England. His maternal grandmother was Jewish.

Each of us stands on the shoulders of our ancestors. So too Elvis; his genealogy provides a fascinating view of the influences that help form him. Our story begins with Elvis's maternal heritage through his mother, Gladys.

Elvis's great-great-great-grandmother, Morning White Dove (1800-1835), was a full-blooded Cherokee Indian. She married William Mansell, a settler in western Tennessee, in 1818. William's father, Richard Mansell, had been a soldier in the Revolutionary War. Mansell is a French name--its literal translation is the man from Le Mans. The Mansells migrated from Norman France to Scotland, and then later to Ireland. In the 18th century the family came to the American Colonies.

The appellation "white" in Morning Dove's name refers to her status as a friendly Indian. Early American settlers called peaceable Indians "white," while "red" was the designation for warring Indians or those who sided with the British in the Revolutionary War. It was common for male settlers in the West to marry "white" Indians as there was a scarcity of females on the American frontier. Like many young men in the American Southwest, William Mansell fought with Andrew Jackson in the Indian Wars of the early nineteenth century. He fought with Old Hickory in Alabama, at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend, and later in Florida too.

Returning to Tennessee from the Indian Wars, William Mansell married Morning White Dove. Elaine Dundy says of the marriage, he (William Mansell) gained "age-old Indian knowledge of the American terrain; of forests and parries; of crops and game; of protection against the climate; of medicine lore, healing plants as well as something in which the Indians were expert--the setting of broken bones."

Moreover, added to Elvis's lineage were Morning White Dove's ruddy Indian complexion and fine line of cheek.

Like many other settlers, the newlyweds migrated to Alabama from Tennessee to claim lands garnered in the Indian Wars. The Mansells settled in Marion County in northeast Alabama near the Mississippi border. The Scots-Irish, like William Mansell, were the predominant settlers of Alabama. One-tenth of the population in colonial America was Scots-Irish at the time of the American Revolution. And a very interesting group they were. The Anglican Reverend Woodmason had this to say about the Scots-Irish women of William Mansell's day.

"They wore nothing but thin shifts and a thin petticoat underneath. They are sensual and promiscuous. They draw their shift as tight as possible to the body, and pin it close, to show the roundness of their breasts, and slender waists (for they are generally fined shaped) and draw their petticoat close to their hips to show the fineness of their limbs--so that they might as well be in puri naturalibus."

The Scots-Irish in America were a passionate community living close to the earth. They disdained the niceties of their British neighbors. Of this Reverend Woodmason had to say," they delight in their present low, lazy, sluttish, heathenish, hellish life, and seem not desirous of changing it. These people despise knowledge, and instead of honoring a learned person...they despise and ill-treat them..."

There were other views on the passionate lifestyle of the Scots-Irish, however. James Hall of Philadelphia described a young, Scots-Irish frontiersman in this way. "He strode among us with the step of Achilles...I thought I could see in that man, one of the progenitors of an unconquerable race; his face presented the traces of a spirit quick to resent--he had the will to dare, and the power to execute, there was something in his look which bespoke a disdain of control, and an absence of constraint in all his movements indicating an habitual independence of thought and action."

Think of Elvis in these words: the will to dare and the power to execute, a disdain of control in all his movements indicating a habitual independence of thought and action. This is the Scots-Irish heritage from which Elvis Presley issued. In his genes he carried an independence of blood, the will to dare and the power to execute. Many influences formed Elvis Presley besides the genealogical, yet this description has a haunting accuracy.

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