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Help our brave sons and brothers who stand between us and our unscrupulous enemy

Mortimer people were chastised for not contributing enough cash to the war effort.

War Savings Association

I am sorry to say that this deserving work of National importance is not receiving from the parishioners the support which it ought to receive. 167 more words

Life On The Home Front

Movie Review: Goodbye Christopher Robin

Some stories are better left untold. Did we really need to know that Joan Crawford was a lousy mother? I suppose there are plenty of people who would say we did. 873 more words


Milne on the Puritans & Dreams

Careful studies that cut past stereotypes are incredibly useful today, and G.H. Milne’s The Westminster Confession of Faith and Cessation of Special Revelation: The Majority Puritan Viewpoint on Whether Extra-Biblical Prophecy Is Still Possible… 1,177 more words


Bessie Rorick Bennett & Willard Otis Waters

The marriage of Miss Bessie Rorick Bennett, daughter of Dr. Rorick Bennett, and Mr. Willard Otis Waters, of Washington, D.C., which took place at the bride’s home Tuesday evening, was celebrated in the presence of a large gathering of relatives and friends. 216 more words


Rebecca Cromer Johnson McArthur

52 Ancestors Week 3 – Longevity

Rebecca Cromer Johnson McArthur

Rebecca CROMER (?) was born in County Kilkenny, Ireland on 10 May 1807.

She lived a long life in three countries, married and was widowed twice and raised three daughters mainly on her own in what must have been difficult circumstances. 514 more words

A Favourite Photo

52 Ancestors In 52 Weeks

Week 2 – Favourite Photo

I chose this photo because it is the only one that I have of our whole family unit. 304 more words

Bright your day with Winnie the Pooh

In the collections of the V&A, among ceramics, glass, textiles, costumes, silver, ironwork, jewellery, furniture and sculpture, you can find Shepard’s original drawings of Winnie the Pooh, the most adored fiction character of all time. 88 more words