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Go back in time – its only 5 minutes from Liverpool Street Station!

If you walk north down Bishopsgate for 5 minutes and you get a street off to the right called Folgate Street. At number 18, lies a museum house known as Dennis Severs’ House. 210 more words

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Champions from Normandy

Announcing the publication of Champions from Normandy: An essay on the early history of the Champion de Crespigny family 1350-1800 AD by Rafe de Crespigny. 118 more words

Champion De Crespigny

Longitude Lane, Lunch, and the Huguenot Church

I use FaceBook as a way to stay in touch with people that have similar interests. I actually learn things along the way.

One such learned fact was the tours that were being conducted at the French Huguenot Church in Charleston, free of charge. 725 more words

Huguenot Ponds, Staten Island

On the South Shore of Staten Island between Arbutus and Wolfe Creeks there is a set of ponds that are part of the larger Bluebelt system… 817 more words

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The Space Between Words

I normally don’t read Christian fiction. I’ve found it can come across as cheesy. The Space Between Words,  is a Christian fiction novel set in France where the main character Jessica is visiting her best friend Patrick with their friend Vonda. 305 more words


Télécharger E-books Une Révolution symbolique : L'iconoclasme huguenot et la reconstruction catholique

Vous cherchez place pour lire l’article complet E-Books Une Révolution symbolique : L’iconoclasme huguenot et la reconstruction catholique sans téléchargement? Ici vous pouvez lire La Liste de Schindler.
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Climbing My Family Tree, Part 21

Immigrant Stephen Larrabee

Stephen Larrabee (my nine times great-grandfather), most likely was born in France—the first ancestor I have discovered from that nation. The Larrabee… 615 more words