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Dads and Cars

Fathers may not have the sentimental hankering that moms have when it comes to doting over them on Father’s Day—perhaps we need to speak their “love language.” 875 more words

Family History

Joseph Newell - 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks - Week 20

Throughout this challenge, you may have noticed that I haven’t written about my Newell ancestors, today though I will break the silence, after all, Newell is my family name, my Dads name, my name. 2,205 more words


Double Banns

During World War One many servicemen would have married before going off to war and others after returning. It appears some had to make several tries to get married during the war. 196 more words


In Praise of My Father's Adam's Apple

An old Adam’s apple glistened on my father-
My old father- on my father’s old throat.
After a shave, after a save; after he came back from the hospital, after all concerned had lost all their hope… 83 more words


History of Bartow County

Bartow County, originally known as Cass County, was created from Cherokee County on Dec. 3, 1832 by an act of the General Assembly (Ga. Laws 1832, p. 506 more words


Susan Ann Robins: A Tale of Two Women

Susan Ann Robins was baptized on 15 April 1838 in Illogan, Cornwall, England, daughter of William Robins and Susanna Harris. It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. 3,344 more words


Mémé: Mary Dumas Gravelle

Mary Dumas Gravelle


ary, or simply Mémé to all of her grandchildren, was born in Colchester, Vermont, to Joseph Dumas, age 32, and Catherine Belhumeur, age 37. 532 more words

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