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THE HOPE OF A NEW BEGINNING

FROM MERIONETHSHIRE TO PHILLADELPHIA PENN

The emigration of a considerable number of sturdy Welshmen to Pennsylvania was due primarily to religious motives. The early Welsh immigrants were mostly Quakers, and were persecuted in their home land for their religious principles. 1,824 more words

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The Watkins Family of Merionethshire, Wales

In the late 17th century, there was significant Welsh emigration to Pennsylvania for religious and cultural reasons. In about 1681, s group of Welsh Quakers met with William Penn to secure a grant of land in which they could conduct their affairs in their own language. 2,302 more words

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State's 1st Case Of Exotic Chewing Lice Confirmed In Deer

DENVER (AP) — Wildlife officials have confirmed Colorado’s first case of exotic chewing lice in a mule deer east of Denver.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife says the deer, which has been euthanized, was found struggling to survive by a Watkins-area rancher Feb. 90 more words

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A Watkins Picnic in McKellar, Parry Sound, Late 1930s

This photo was taken in the late 1930s at a Watkins family picnic in McKellar Township, Parry Sound District. All of the people in the photo were members of either the William Henry Watkins and Mary Elizabeth “Minnie” Jackson family or the Helen Silence Watkins and Samuel Thompson family. 105 more words

Genealogy

#2 Practice 18/02/15

So today, as every day, I start with my scales. I’ve always used Flesch, but recently I’ve been trying out a new way of getting through it. 998 more words

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Finding Something Out of Nothing | An Interview with Seth Prestwood

This story was supposed to run some time ago on This City’s Full. Almost a year ago to be exact. So, I took the liberty to finally give… 1,211 more words

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