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Hilda Bridget Cotter Kohl Authors Kohl Family Jenny, Shawn, Mattie, Emma, Phoebe and Greta
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Volume III is about the life of Hilda Bridget Cotter Kohl. It would take hundreds of photos and even more pages to tell an adequate tale about her history. We hope to give you a glimpse into the life of this incredible daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother and friend. WE LOVE YOU HILHU!
HIlda Cotter Kohl Authors Kohl Family Jenny, Shawn, Mattie, Emma, Phoebe and Greta
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Volume III is about the life of Hilda Bridget Cotter Kohl. It would take hundreds of photos and even more pages to document the incredible life of this daughter, sister, mother, grandmother, wife and friend. We hope you enjoy this small glimpse into the incredible life of our beloved Hilhu.
History of Riverside and South Danville PA-Genealogy
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Reprint of: "The History of Riverside and South Danville, Northumberland County, PA"
LePore Family Genealogy Rebecca Cabe
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The LePore family journey begins with my father, Gene Richard LePore’s, side of my family. The son of David Donato LePore and Angeline Mirabella. My father and his siblings are first generation American’s of the LePore’s who immigrated from Ripacandida, Italy in the early 1900’s, settling in Altoona, Pennsylvania.
Ma & Pa Morgan (A Family Narrative) R. D. Johnson
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Size: 5.83" x 8.26"
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ISBN: 9781946982773
Who would have believed that a young couple living along the red dusty roads of Edgehill, Georgia in the early 1900's could have had such a heritage in these United States of America? Follow along as each of the four main family lines are followed from their earliest arrivals in the new colonies down to this couple that lovingly became known to all as "Ma & Pa." Along the way we find soldiers in the American Revolution, the Indian Wars, and the Civil War. Also we find stories of killings, and hangings, as well as those of miracles and healings and immeasurable faith.
Memorial Addresses of Pennsylvania Congressman John Geiser McHenry Vinniedee Hippensteel
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This book was printed from a copy of the Original book of the Memorial Addresses on the life and Character of John Geiser McHenry. John was the owner of the McHenry distillery located in Benton, Columbia County, PA. The distillery was started in 1812 by "Hunter" John McHenry and continued under his Son Rohr and then in the hands of his son John G. John was a congressman. The memorial address was delivered in the House of Representatives and Senate of the United States, sixty- second congress third session of the state of Pennsylvania where he served. Original copy was prepared under the direction of the joint committee on printing, Washington 1913
Pearl's Oklahoma Stories Doug Edmonson
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A collection of old-time, turn=of=the-century photos and newspaper articles about pioneer days in Oklahoma, from 1895 to 1920, written by Pearl McConnell Edmonson for various rural Oklahoma newspapers. The book tells the story of her teen and adult journey as a 15-year-old school teacher, assistant school superintendent, county courthouse, and Oklahoma State senate secretary in the early 1900's.at a time when women were supposed to be homemakers, seen but not heard.
Pearl's Oklahoma Stories Doug Edmonson
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Esther "Pearl" McConnell was born in Kansas but moved with her family to Oklahoma in the early Land Rush days. She had a keen interest in writing and desire to improve herself. She was a remarkable women in the early 1900's of Oklahoma statehood, working as a school teacher, assistant school superintendent and as secretary to the Senate Pro Tem in the Oklahoma State Senate. Pearl’s wrote hundreds of articles for Oklahoma newspapers about the early Oklahoma pioneers which give us that rich flavor of the hardships and joys of a little girl and young woman growing up in the Oklahoma Territory in a tumultuous and rowdy time in one of our last frontiers. These stories are a true treasur ...
Progenitors of James D. Claridge James Claridge
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