Jimi Hendrix

How many siblings did Jimi Hendrix have?


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2011-12-02 21:52:25
2011-12-02 21:52:25

He had 5 siblings total, including a step sister.

2 younger brothers named: Leon Morris Hendrix and Joseph Allen 'Joe' Hendrix

2 younger sisters named: Cathy Ira Hendrix and Pamela Marguerite 'Pamie' Hendrix

Step sister: Janie Lisa from fathers previous wife


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