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Bessie Thom and William Noyes: marriage

“The World of Society.” Washington Evening Star, 19 March 1902, p. 5.


Behind The Board: Chomping at the Bit

So, it’s been a WHILE since I last posted a blog entry.  Life has this way of forcing you to prioritize things in ways that you hadn’t anticipated.   690 more words

Annie Ober: marriage

“Social Matters.” Washington Evening Star, 6 February 1891, p. 3.


Debbie Matenopoulos reveals marriage and pregnancy

Home & Family host Debbie Matenopoulos is full of big news: She got married last summer and is now pregnant with her first child, People… 64 more words


Why are life-changing experiences so important?

Well I just wrote the entire post and it got deleted accidentally. Hah, ironic isn’t it. It isn’t life-changing but I’m sure to write my posts on Word before pasting it here instead of typing it directly. 175 more words


April 17, 2014- To Be in a Relationship or Not To Be

Recently I was in the market when I was approached by a woman.  Yes, it does happen once every blue moon.   However as it turned out it was not due to my unmistakable charm.  261 more words


Friends of the Family: The Bradstreets

Nathaniel2 Wade (Jonathan1) was the second son and the sixth child (that we know of) of Jonathan and Susannah Wade. He was born about 1648 based on a description of his tombstone in the old Medford Cemetery which reads “Here Lies ye Body of Maj. 2,240 more words

Wade Family