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|Singing on Sunday - Precious Lord Take My Hand No one can sing this old hymn quite like the beautiful and talented Lulu Roman! more... - 2013/05/19|
| L is for Laws of Migration Laws of Migration E.G. (Ernest George) Ravenstein E.G. (Ernest George) Ravenstein was born in Frankfurt am Main, Germany to a family of cartographers. When he was 18 years old he became a pupil of Dr. August Heinrich Petermann. After moving to England, Ravenstein became a naturalized British Subjec more... - 2013/05/18|
|Surname Saturday - Perkins / Parkins Today we take another look at the Parkins/ Perkins line. [There has been some controversy over the spelling since....well, about as far back as the family arriving in the US!] Regardless of the spelling, here is what we know: GENERATION 1 1. Cynthia Ann BEANE was born in New Albany, Floyd Co., IN. S more... - 2013/05/18|
| Kids at School Last week I wrote about the establishment of Winiam State School 2530 , where many of my relatives started and completed their education. This week, I showcase more of the children who attended the school. How did you get to school? Walk? By Bus? Car? Horse? Norma Rowe, Mavis Pilg more... - 2013/05/17|
|Military Salute Photo Contest It’s the last day to send off photos of your hero for The Mountaineer’s “Military Salute Photo Contest” on Facebook. The winning photo will be featured in Monday’s newspaper in celebration of Memorial Day. I entered a photo of my … Continue reading → more... - 2013/05/17|
|Photo of Samuel F. Sanford Family Yesterday, I was lucky enough to speak with one of Samuel Sanford’s granddaughters over the phone. It was so wonderful to get to hear stories about her father, William Crawford Sanford, and her Uncle Grover Sanford. She was such a … Continue reading → more... - 2013/05/17||
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