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Armenia 2015: song presentation on 12/3

YEREVAN, ARMENIA – The song “Don’t Deny” has also been selected internally. We have been collaborating with numerous Armenian composers and lyricists. This year I was especially thrilled with the fact that after our last year’s success in Eurovision there was a wave of excitement and desire to create a winning song. 172 more words



This is another tintype where the mother’s face was cut off the top of the photo.  No identifying information, but the baby looks very much like Aunt Annie’s youngest child, Raymond Irl Forkner, and the mother’s torso looks like Aunt Annie.  58 more words


Meedy & Elizabeth Lamb - 1870 US Federal Census

Meedy and Elizabeth Lamb were enumerated on the 1870 US Federal Census in Gordon, Twiggs, Georgia.

Here is the record and extraction:

1870 JUL 5: 1870 US Federal Census; Georgia; Twiggs County; Gordon; p98(written); household 798; family 806; lines 10-14… 150 more words

Family History


Some of my long ago ancestors came from the village of Blythburgh in Suffolk. My three greats grandfather, Edward Cullingford Smith was born there in 1795. 519 more words


Myths, Legends, and Genealogies

It’s fairly well known that I’ve been working on my genealogy, and that I’ve had a few lucky breaks along the way. Of course, genealogy is a tricky thing, especially once you’ve gone back past, say, 1700 or so, and some of the breaks you think you’ve found cannot be fully proven. 1,403 more words


52 Ancestors: #9 David Moore ~ Closer to Home

David Moore was born on 07 April 1903 [1]  in Wattsville, a little unincorporated town in Fox Township in Carroll County, Ohio to William Grant Moore and Nancy Jane Hale. 1,338 more words