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Fire and Murder: The Murder of Mary Fisher and Her Two Children

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Authorities hunt Robert William Fisher, Allegedly Murdered His Wife, Mary, and Two Children. John and Julieanne Dimitrion are indicted for alleged mortgage.

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34 Belmore Court, Joann Occhino; William A. Occhino Jr. to Xin Liu, $438,000. • 79 North Ellicott, John F. Pond; Joy L. . 5230 Ravine Drive, Adam Bobak; Edward Bobak; Krystyna Bobak to Christopher A. Forcucci; Marilyn Forcucci, $277,900. • 6713


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rutherford county tennessee bible and family records with tombstone inscrip

rutherford county tennessee bible and family records with tombstone inscrip

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1 jacket With New Index by Samuel Sistler. A wonderful collection of Births, Deaths, Marriages, Cemetery Readings & miscellaneous Diaries, Civil War Records etc, are contained in these records. Numerous family genealogies are documented from bible records and and family histories found by WPA personnel in Miscellaneous County papers. Dates of information contained in this work are as early as the year 1748 and as recent as 1934. Following is a list of those surnames listed 4 or more times in the index: ABBOT, ALEXANDER, ANDREWS, ARNOLD, BAIRD, BAKER, BANKS, BASS, BATEY, BATTLE, BEASLEY, BELL, BETHEL, BINFORD, BLACK, BLACKMAN, BLAKE, BLANCHE, BOCK, BRADLEY, BRICKELL, BROCK, BROWN, BUCHANN, BUTLER, CAFFEY, CALLAWAY, CAMPBELL, CANNON, CARLTON, CAWTHON, CIMMONS, CLARK, COLEMAN, COOK CORBELL, COVINGTON, CRYER, DANIEL, DAVIS, DEMENT, DICKINSON, DROMBOOLE, EAGLETON, EATON, EAVES, EDWARDS, ELAM, ELLIOTT, FARRIS, FATHERA, FERGUSSON, FLETCHER, FRAZIER, FULLER, GALLAWAY, GARDINER, GODWIN/GOODWIN, HALE, HALL, HARE, HARTMAN, HAYES, HAYNES, HENDERSON, HIGHT, HILL, HILLIARD, HIX, HOLMES, HORTON, HOUSE, HUGHES, HUNT, HYDE, JACKSON, HAMISON, JETTON, JOHNSON, JONES, JORDAN, KEYSER, KING, KNIGHT, LANNIER, LAURANCE, LAWRENCE, LEACH, LEDBETTER, LEWIS, LOCKE, LOWE, MANEY, MARTIN, MCADOO, MCCLANAHAN, MCDONALD, MCFADDEN, MCGOWAN, MILES, MITCHELL, MOLLOY, MOORE, MORGAN, MORTON, MURFREE, NEWMAN, NEWSOM, NUGENT, OLIPHANT, OSBORNE, PALMER, PATRICK, PATTERSON, PHILIPS, PHILLIPS, QUALE, RANSOM, READY, REEVES, REID, RIDLEY, ROBERTS, RUCKER, SACKWELL, SEARCY, SHAW, SHORT, SIMS, SMITH, SMOTHERMAN, SNELL, SPAIN, STOCKIRD, TATUM, TAYLOR, THOMAS, THOMPSON, TODD, TRAVERS, TROUSDALE, TUNER, WAIR, WALLACE, WALTON, WARD, WARREN, WENDEL, WHITE, WILKINSON, WILLIAMS, WILLIAMSON, WILSON, WOOD, WOODFIN, YEARGAN, YOUREE. Paperback, (1938), repr. 2006, 2012, Index, 220 pp.


families directly descended from all the royal families in europe and mayfl

families directly descended from all the royal families in europe and mayfl

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1 jacket This genealogy is a study in the old world as well as the new. Extensive references have been given, countless books have been consulted, nearly all procured from New England Historical and Genealogical Society, and to "Colonial Families, " compiled by the New York Historical Society. The author depended on printed records, and when authorities differed, a conclusion was reached by critical comparison and the weighing of evidence. Many family records never printed before have been used. Mrs. Rixford, a noted genealogist and author of several works, including "Three Hundred Colonial Ancestors and War Service, " has traced from Cerdic, first of the West Saxon Kings, 495, through Alfred the Great, 849, Robert Bruce, King of Scotland, King Henry I, II and III, King Edward I, II and III, also many other royal lines through Charlemagne, Louis I, Earls of Warren, Dukes of Normandy, Royal House of Portugal, House of Capet, Counts of Anjou, Kings of Jerusalem, and many other royal families too numerous to name. She has also included several Mayflower lines connected to all members of the Vermont Society of Mayflower Descendants, who are direct descendants of these lines. Those with ancestry to the Earls of Warren have been connected up to the royal families. The book also includes the ancestry of Gen. George Washington, the first President of the United States, traced back 1, 000 years to the Earl of Orkney Isles, the founder of the Washington family. It also contains the ancestry of Gen. Nathaniel Greene, who ranked next in military fame to George Washington. Other families addressed in this volume include: Aquitaine, Angouleme, Anjoy, Baskerville, Beauchamp, Bray, Bulkeley, Capet, Castille, Cheney, James Chilton, Francis Cooke, Courtenay, Rixford, De Vere, Farleigh-Hungerford, Devereux, Douglas, Drake, Eaton, Ferrers, Fitz-Alan, Flanders, Graves, Greene, Gregory, Hainault, Heydon, Johnson, William Latham, Lawrence (John and Isaac), Lisle, Marshall, Milbourne,...


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On file: Aug. 7, 2016 - Charleston Gazette-Mail (subscription)

The following people applied for marriage licenses in Kanawha County between July 28 and Aug. Brian Edward Downey II, 22, and Sarayia Alisa Chapman, 24, both of Charleston. Anthony Paul O’Brien, 45, of St. Albans and Amanda Carol Burdette, 34, of Charleston. Brandon Lee Javins, 24, and Holly Renee Rider, 32, both of Charleston. Wesley Alan Wood, 35, and Brittany Kay Baldwin, 30, both of St. Albans. Stephen Ray Fisher, 32, and Abbie Ann Daniel, 33, both of St. Albans. James Edward Legge, 25, of Pliny and Anna Elizabeth Poole, 23, of Cross Lanes. Dillon Lee Meadows, 23, and Alecia Ann Goad, 22, both of Charleston. Charles Erik Costa, 38, and Mira Elise Stanley, 32, both of Charleston. William Harold Porter, 39, and Jennifer Lynn Porter, 36, both of Charleston. William Thomas Middleton, 51, and Kristela Maika Salundaguit Garcia, 26, both of St. Albans. Tony Lee Holt, 33, and Amanda Kay Eads, 29, both of St. Albans. Roger Lee Lambert, 34, and Susanna Antoinette Kapourales, 32, both of Charleston. James Thomas Stanley, 36, and Angie Lin Harris, 47, both of St. Albans. Mark Douglas Byrd II, 29, and Julie Ann Finchman, 30, both of Elkview. Yasmine Nikia Barnes, 32, and Kimberly Deshaun Montgomery, 27, both of Charleston. Chad Gregory Davis, 34, and Ellen Jean Rose, 27, both of St. Albans. The following people applied for marriage licenses in Putnam County between July 21 and Aug. Fowler, 26, of Charleston, and Victoria R. Daniel, 22, of Hurricane. Nathaniel L. Jones, 24, of Eleanor, and Olivya Atik, 25, of St. Albans. The following people filed for divorce in Kanawha County between July 28 and Aug. Ashley Marie Carden from William Isaac Carden. Tracy Danielle Lilly from Heather Rae Foster. Carpenter II from Christina Lynn Carpenter. Jacob Allen Minor from Mary Louise Minor. Misty Jo Smith from John Bradford Smith. James Junior McMillion from Nancy Teresa McMillion. Heather Marie Burgess from Jeremiah Michael Burgess. Sabrina Jean Knox from Joseph M. Knox Jr. Angela H. Rogers from George M. Rogers. Nathan Brent McNeely II from Misty Shawn McNeely. Kieri Leigh Ealm from Michael Allen Ealm. Gabriel Seth Kelly from Sarah M. Kelly. Jennifer Carolyn Elswick from Tony Franklin Elswick. Evelyn Sue Santanio from James L. Santanio. Cheryl Marshall Schwarz from Gary Albert Schwarz Sr. Celesta Breann Graley from John Michael Graley. Angela Linelle Smith from David Alexander Kirkpatrick. Shelton David Cash II from Jennifer Michell Cash. Divorces filed in Putnam County were unavailable last week. The following property transfers of $50,000 or more were recorded in Kanawha County between July 28 and Aug. and Elizabeth A. Lively to Thomas W. and Kara N. Moore. Lot, Charleston, $370,000. Walter J. Price III to Thomas R. and Jennifer D. Minturn. Parcels, Loudon District, $275,000. Mary S. Horn to David M. Ginestra. Lot, Dunbar, $115,000. Lori A. Whitt to TMM Properties LLC. Lot, Dunbar, $104,500. Cassidy D. Shaw to Cody S. and Hollie R. Smarr. Lot, Charleston, $165,000. Adam T. and Ashley Skeens to Samantha N. and Joseph P. Means. Lot, Jefferson District, $145,000. Kenneth and Tracy R. Pennington to Bobby L. and Pamela Lyons. Lot, Kanawha County, $139,000. David A. Atkins to Putnam Property Management LLC. Lot, Union District, $120,000. GDW LLC to James Steven and Lynn Giltinan Payne. Lot, Charleston, $60,000. Irvin Taylor and Elizabeth A. Hill to Jo A. Scheidler. Lot, Spring Hill District, $100,000. Kelly A. and Timothy M. Abraham to Eugene Reginald and Tabitha J. Crist. Lot, Charleston South Annex Taxing District, $118,500. Russell L. Lamont to James H. and Teresa A. Hassig. Condominium, Charleston South Annex District, $108,000. Krystyna Pence to Moses Properties Inc. Albans District, $105,000. Thomas Persinger to PGM.

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  1. 34 Belmore Court, Joann Occhino; William A. Occhino Jr. to Xin Liu, $438,000. • 79 North Ellicott, John F. Pond; Joy L. . 5230 Ravine Drive, Adam Bobak; Edward Bobak; Krystyna Bobak to Christopher A. Forcucci; Marilyn Forcucci, $277,900. • 6713
  2. William H. Jr. and Elizabeth A. Lively to Thomas W. and Kara N. Moore. Lot, Charleston, $370,000. Edward J. and Virginia Haver to Andrew and Elizabeth Rader. Lot, Scott, $257,000. James D. Roberts to Michael and Tiffany Leslie. Lot, Scott, $142
  3. Mary Elizabeth “Libby” Crawford of Chapin and James Edward Satterfield of Clinton were united in marriage Aug. Groomsmen were Cameron Folsom Crawford Jr. of Chapin; James Michael Sorrow III of Anderson; Brandon Loftis Stone of Union; Jamel Devon
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King Edward Soup (olive oil, mushroom, onions, garlic, yellow squash, zucchini, water, rice, basil, tomato, beef)

Mary Ellen Roberts Pecan Tassies Recipe (brown sugar, pecan, eggs, butter, vanilla extract, salt)

William's Texas Beans Recipe (baked beans, onions, green pepper, red pepper, breakfast sausage, chili powder, worcestershire sauce, vinegar, brown sugar, ketchup, garlic powder, cayenne)

Asparagus Tomato Stir-Fry (asparagus, vegetable oil, chicken broth, cornstarch, green onion, tomato, soy sauce, vegetable oil)

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William Roberts (painter) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
William Roberts (5 June 1895 – 20 January 1980) was a British painter of groups of figures and portraits, and was a war artist in both World War One and World War Two.

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Descendants of Humphrey John (Edward Roberts of Gwynedd)
Descendants of Humphrey John or Humphrey Morgan. includes the line of Edward Roberts of Gwynedd, Pennsylvania

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The Early Ancestors' Commandments on Naming & Confusing <br /> 1. Thou shalt name thy male children: Edward, George, James, John, Joseph, Robert, Richard, Thomas, William. Brothers and sisters shall repeat this, giving these names as first and middle for generations, if possible marrying...

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Robert William Roper House (1838-39), 9 East Battery, Charleston, SC
Declared a National Historic Landmark in 1973, the Roper House is one of Charleston's most monumental Greek Revival houses. The city originally intended White Point Garden to be an L-shaped public park, extending as far north as Atlantic St. and west to Church St., but the financial panic of 1837 'encouraged' the city to sell off the lands on the eastern side. Robert William Roper, a prominent cotton planter, bought part of it. Today there are two newer houses between the Roper House and the park, but when Roper built his house in 1838, nothing stood between it and the harbor beyond. It is said that Mr. Roper intended his showcase home to be the first residence seen by visitors approaching Charleston from the sea, and it could be seen by approaching ships from miles away. The original architect is believed to have been Charles Friedrich Reichardt, although arguments are also made for Edward B. Wright. Solomon R. Guggenheim acquired the house in 1929. It has been owned since 1968...
Charleston - East Battery: Robert William Roper House
9 East Battery, also known as the Robert William Roper House (left), was built in 1838 by wealthy cotton planter, Robert W. Roper. Built in monumental scale, the three-story Greek Revival building, with its massive two-story high Ionic columns, was intended to be a showcase home--the first residence seen by visitors approaching Charleston from the sea. The architect is unknown, but the design has been credited, alternatively, to Edward B. White or Charles Friedrich Reichardt. Rudolph Siegling, the publisher of the News and Courier, purchased the house in 1877. Siegling. whose initials are still on the front door and his heirs owned the house until 1929 when it was purchased by Solomon Guggenheim. It was then acquired by Drayton Hastie, owner of Magnolia Garden, in 1952. In 1968, Richard Jenrette purchased the house and carried out what Jonathan H. Poston calls "one of America's most notable restorations of a Greek Revival house" in the 1980's. 9 East Battery National...
Charleston - East Battery: Robert William Roper House
9 East Battery, also known as the Robert William Roper House (left), was built in 1838 by wealthy cotton planter, Robert W. Roper. Built in monumental scale, the three-story Greek Revival building, with its massive two-story high Ionic columns, was intended to be a showcase home--the first residence seen by visitors approaching Charleston from the sea. The architect is unknown, but the design has been credited, alternatively, to Edward B. White or Charles Friedrich Reichardt. Rudolph Siegling, the publisher of the News and Courier, purchased the house in 1877. Siegling. whose initials are still on the front door and his heirs owned the house until 1929 when it was purchased by Solomon Guggenheim. It was then acquired by Drayton Hastie, owner of Magnolia Garden, in 1952. In 1968, Richard Jenrette purchased the house and carried out what Jonathan H. Poston calls "one of America's most notable restorations of a Greek Revival house" in the 1980's. 9 East Battery National...

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Role Model of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge
Once officially enrolled and commissioned in the armed forces, William wanted active service; in this there were recent precedents: his great-great-uncle Edward VIII ... Though Major-General Sir Sebastian Roberts, General Officer commanding the Household ...

Commentary: How voting rights’ victories could change the presidential race
But in an act of breathtaking judicial hubris, Chief Justice John Roberts ... should be secure. (William Yeomans served as acting assistant attorney general for civil rights in the Justice Department and chief counsel for Senator Edward M.

8 Welsh songs so achingly beautiful they'll make you cry
The words were translated by Calvinistic Methodist minister and musician John Roberts (whose bardic name was Ieuan Gwyllt ... But this hymn was originally written in Welsh by William Williams (Pantycelyn) in the 18th century. The tune was written ...

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