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Frederick Rouse (1826-1899)

My 3rd great grandfather and the eldest of six children Frederick Rouse was born in 1826 to John Rouse & Martha Miles in Hethe, Oxfordshire, England. 314 more words


Dads' Age, Alcohol Consumption Cause Epigenetic Changes In Sperm That Increase Kids' Risk Of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome


Although we may put a lot of emphasis on how a mother’s lifestyle choices can affect the health of her future children, a recent review has shown that a father’s age and lifestyle may be just as important. 506 more words


Dead or Alive? It Depends!

This notice from the Youngstown Vindicator was probably not too reassuring for anyone who may have circling the drain on April 1, 1930. While your vital signs indicated you were dead, the Federal government was willing to give you a few extra days. 162 more words


(Not So) Wordless Wednesday

Howdy partner! This was Halloween 1987. I was the coolest gunslinger on the Northside of Youngstown (and in the 80’s, Youngstown had more than a few gunslingers) and my sister was a princess (she still is). 134 more words


Photo of the Day - May 15, 2016

I wonder what the occasion was for my Uncle Chuck to be dressed in a tuxedo with a slim bow tie. Graduation? Prom? Standing in the lawn of 607 Mansell Drive, the family home with my great grandmother Margaret Pepperney Lowry. 75 more words


Collection Map

For my first collection of poetry I’d like to amass eighteen to thirty-two poems that circle the themes of attraction and sexuality, intimacy and violence, and paternal versus self-interested qualities. 314 more words

Ray Kearns

Are Henrietta Bahle and Rachel Bahle one and the same?

Jacob Bahle was a German immigrant to the Pittsburgh area who fought in the American Civil War and worked as a general laborer for much of his life. 1,515 more words