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Cut to the Bone Part 2 Craig Bone
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Cut to the Bone is the autobiography of world renowned wildlife artist Craig Bone. Craig Bone was born in 1955 and raised in Salisbury, Rhodesia. He attended St. George’s College and went on to serve in the Rhodesian Light Infantry. He was wounded in combat and subsequently took to painting full time. Following the political turmoil in Zimbabwe, he left for the USA where he now resides. This is his first book.
Cut to the Bone, Part one Craig Bone
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Cut to the Bone is the autobiography of world renowned wildlife artist Craig Bone. Craig Bone was born in 1955 and raised in Salisbury, Rhodesia. He attended St. George’s College and went on to serve in the Rhodesian Light Infantry. He was wounded in combat and subsequently took to painting full time. Following the political turmoil in Zimbabwe, he left for the USA where he now resides. This is his first book.
Hill 65 Cynthia Thompson
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9780990889434
James Aaron Thompson A graduate of Kennett High School in Conway, New Hampshire, died March 19th 2014. He is survived by his wife Cynthia (Brothers) Thompson of Petoskey, Michigan, A daughter, Valerie Lynn Thompson of Daytona Beach, Florida and a granddaughter Meagan Janelle Whisker of Daytona Beach Florida. James was born in North Conway, New Hampshire on December 28th 1945, to Rita Sawyer Thompson and George Edward Thompson. James was the youngest of five children. James served in Vietnam in the 503rd Airborne Infantry Unit and the 173rd Airborne Brigade. He was a decorated soldier with a Honorable discharge. He received the Bronze Medal with V for Valor for heroism duri ...
McHenry Clan May McHenry and Torrence McHenry
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John McHenry emigrated from northern Ireland to New York state (somewhere between 1729-1739) and later moved into Pennsylvania. Their sons were early settlers in Northumberland County (the current Columbia County). John McHenry and four of his sons served in the American Revolution. This book is a history of John and Susannah (McNeal) McHenry and continues with the genealogy of two of their sons (Daniel and Thomas) and their descendants, and mentions John’s other seven children. It contains the family’s coat of arms and biographies of many descendants and some interesting anecdotes, as well as articles on relevant topics such as the Fishing Creek Confederacy. The book was written ...
My World War II Jamie Walker
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In 1941, James G. Walker was a student at Stanford University. Then the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. Although he was committed to an engineering job with General Electric, Walker soon quit his job with G.E. to join the Navy as an inspections engineer for ships. Here is the story of his travels during this turbulent time, including to China and Hong Kong, aboard the U.S.S. Los Angeles and other ships.