gardenia flowers

Margaret Arnold's
Lil' Research Site



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gardenia flowers
Paternal
SOUTHEASTERN
Arnold -1800 >NC>GA>AL
Burkhalter - [coming]
Caldwell - [coming]
Hobbs -1780's >NC>AL
Hollingsworth - [coming]
Peeples - [coming]
Riddle - [coming]
Watts - 1785 >SC>GA>AL
 
RESEARCHING
Arnold, Burkhalter, Caldwell, Hobbs, Hollingsworth, Peeples, Riddle, Watts
 
Federal Census Records
Quick facts & references - 1920
Clay County, ALABAMA
Coppermine Beat 2
E.D. 38 Sheet 3A
E.D. 38 Sheet 3B
Precinct 12 Idaho
E.D. 50 Sheet 5A
E.D. 50 Sheet 5B
 
CEMETERIES
of Clay County, Alabama
Concord
Fairview
Springhill
Jehovah
Darby
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Mahhhs Shoppe of Gifts
Aloe Vera plants
available for wholesale or retail
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January 2005

 
Miscellaneous
GENEALOGY RELATED
Margaret's folks photos
Margaret's Photo Site
Calendar: September 1752
Perpetual Calendar 1880-2080
Chronology of US History
History Through Deaf Eyes
 
Tips
To preserve documents: put 2 tablets of milk of magnesia and a quart of club soda in container, mix them together and put in refrigerator for at least 8 hours. Then put solution in shallow pan and let documents soak for an hour. Remove and place between sheets of paper towels, gently blot. Allow to air dry. Good for old newspaper clippings.
 

I want this Bengal kitty-cat!
The backyard visitor - a squirrel
 
Maternal
NORTHEASTERN USA
Canada (Nova Scotia), England, Scotland, N. Ireland (pre-Potato Famine)
Hurd - 1822 >Frome, Somerset, England> Canada> MA, CT, NY
MacLeod - 1700's >Dunvegan, Skye, Scotland> Sydney, Cape Breton, Canada & America
Noble - 1773 >England> CT
Putnam - 1579 >England> Salem, MA
 
RESEARCHING
Doon, Fitts, Gould, Higgins, Holyoke, Hurd, McArthur, McLeod, MacLeod, Noble, Puttenham, Putnam, Rafferty
 
PASSENGER SHIP
Xenophon to: Boston, MA from Sydney, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada
 
INTERESTING FINDINGS
1) Ann(e) PUTNAM, the accuser, of Salem Witch Trial of 1692 is my cousin.
2) In 1863, my gg-grandpa, John NOBLE, Jr. was robbed and thrown over cliff to his death in Ellenswood Bottom (where's that?), England.
3) "The Charge of Light Brigade" by Lord Alfred Tennyson based on the Crimean War 1854 - 1856, Robert HURD was in it as a British soldier. He survived with a disfigurment on upper lip as a result from a wound.
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