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Friend or family?

I was reminded of this cohabitation:

In the 1850 census of South Side of Neuse, Wayne County, North Carolina: farmer Calvin Simmons, 42, wife Hepsey, 46, and children Harriet, 13, Susan, 11, Montrival, 9, Jno. 85 more words

North Carolina

NREL/ESS Publications: July 2016

This summary includes publications first published online and/or in print during July 2016. If a publication was missed for this period, please contact Amanda Morrison at  238 more words

Recent Publications

Toney takes a bride.

Norfolk Journal & Guide, 20 April 1946.

Toney Cemore Brewington (1894-1973) was the son of Joshua and Amelia Aldridge Brewington and first cousin of my great-grandfather, J. Thomas Aldridge.

Paternal Kin

Charity Tuesday: Rosie's Helping Hands


Up and down the country, there are thousands of people doing good deeds every day, and we decided to celebrate the great work that charities undergo with a regular feature on Tuesdays, to tie-in with #CharityTuesday on Twitter. 327 more words

Support

Aunt Lizzie, found.

Cousin B.J., my partner in all things Aldridge, sent me this clipping a few days ago from the 28 June 1952 edition of the Norfolk… 618 more words

North Carolina

NREL/ESS Publications: May 2016

This summary includes publications first published online and/or in print during May 2016. If a publication was missed for this period, please contact Amanda Morrison at  133 more words

Recent Publications

Just arrived from Salonika

A west Berkshire teacher’s husband was back in England, having been wounded on the eastern front.

June 14th 1916
Reopened school …

Mistress absent this morning, having gone to see her husband who had just arrived at Eastleigh Hospital from Salonica. 28 more words

Life On The Home Front