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* HOW WELL
> DOES COLD WATER CLEAN?
A man went to visit his 90 year old
> grandfather in a secluded, rural area of the state. After spending the
night, his grandfather prepared breakfast for him consisting of eggs and
> bacon. He noticed a film-like substance on his plate and he
> questioned his grandfather ....are these plates clean? His
> grandfather replied.... those plates are as clean as cold water can get
> them so go on and finish your meal. That afternoon, while eating the
> hamburgers his grandfather made for lunch, he noticed tiny specks
> around the edge of this plate, and a substance that looked like dried
> egg yolks...so he asked again......are you sure these plates are
> clean? Without looking up from his hamburger, the grandfather
> says.....I told you before, those dishes are as clean as cold water
> can get them, now don't ask me about it anymore! Later that
> afternoon, he was on his way out to get dinner in a nearby town. As he
> was leaving, Grandfather's dog started to growl and would not let him
> pass.... Grandfather, your dog won't let me out. Without
> diverting his attention from the football game he was watching,
> Grandfather shouted, COLDWATER, GET OUT OF THE WAY!
> --- David Young
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Anyone kin to this family need help.
Willie Morgan B: ?
Married Bertie Gray When ? Were?
B: 1910 were?
D: 15- May-1994 Were?
B: When? Were?
Her father was Millard Clinton Gray
mother was Margaret Ellen Smart
Can anyone help me out?
From: kaywithers <kwithers(a)kih.net>
To: KYNICHOL-L(a)rootsweb.com <KYNICHOL-L(a)rootsweb.com>
Date: Sunday, April 21, 2002 5:38 PM
Subject: Re: [KYNICHOL] civil war
>I think if you type in NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS ADMINISTRATION or just
>nara.gov you will find an abundance of material which will finally lead
>to how to obtain those forms. If you are unsuccessful with that, try
>to Textual Reference Branch [NWDT1], National Archives and Records
>Administration, 7th and Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20408. Ask
>for NATF Form 80. You can ask for as many forms as you need. They are
>really picky and insist you must use only that form to request your info.
>When using that form, you should request ALL information available.
>I received about 50 pages on one ancestor.
>From: hunts <hunts(a)bracken.ekns.net>
>To: KYNICHOL-L(a)rootsweb.com <KYNICHOL-L(a)rootsweb.com>
>Date: Sunday, April 21, 2002 6:11 PM
>Subject: Re: [KYNICHOL] civil war
>>where can i download the form thanks for responding to my posting its
>>like you that make this geneology stuff more enjoyable
>>----- Original Message -----
>>From: "kaywithers" <kwithers(a)kih.net>
>>Sent: Saturday, April 20, 2002 9:47 PM
>>Subject: Re: [KYNICHOL] civil war
>>> You are in luck if your ancestor drew a pension. Those papers have tons
>>> information. If his widow also drew a pension, then there will be more
>>> information. Your local library should have a book that lists the names
>>> those who drew this pension. If you find his name then request his
>>> from NARA :[National Archives and Records Administration] using a form
>>> may be able to download from the net. This is not free. YOu send in
>>> form. They will tell you what they have and what it costs. When your
>>> clears they will send the forms. It is well worth the wait.
>>> Good luck
>>> Kay Withers
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: hunts <hunts(a)bracken.ekns.net>
>>> To: KYNICHOL-L(a)rootsweb.com <KYNICHOL-L(a)rootsweb.com>
>>> Date: Saturday, April 20, 2002 8:09 PM
>>> Subject: [KYNICHOL] civil war
>>> >hello all
>>> >does anyone have a link to a civil war site that tells where the
>>> was from , lived , spouces name , or age
>>> >or any of the above i have found several that has where they mustered
>>> and out and what company and regiment they were in
>>> >any help is most appreciated
>>> >bobby hunt
>>> >augusta ky
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>>"Forbidden fruit creates many jams"
You are in luck if your ancestor drew a pension. Those papers have tons of
information. If his widow also drew a pension, then there will be more
information. Your local library should have a book that lists the names of
those who drew this pension. If you find his name then request his records
from NARA :[National Archives and Records Administration] using a form you
may be able to download from the net. This is not free. YOu send in the
form. They will tell you what they have and what it costs. When your check
clears they will send the forms. It is well worth the wait.
From: hunts <hunts(a)bracken.ekns.net>
To: KYNICHOL-L(a)rootsweb.com <KYNICHOL-L(a)rootsweb.com>
Date: Saturday, April 20, 2002 8:09 PM
Subject: [KYNICHOL] civil war
>does anyone have a link to a civil war site that tells where the soldier
was from , lived , spouces name , or age
>or any of the above i have found several that has where they mustered in
and out and what company and regiment they were in
>any help is most appreciated
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does anyone have a link to a civil war site that tells where the soldier was from , lived , spouces name , or age
or any of the above i have found several that has where they mustered in and out and what company and regiment they were in
any help is most appreciated
Hey, the Melungeons list might like the info on the Freedmans being posted on
the Ross list. It is about black and Indians (particularly Cherokee) from the
Dawes Commission list. (shrug) never know who might have an interest. I did.
I have Cherokee on one side of my family.
OBITUARY For Mr. COMMON SENSE!
Today we mourn the passing of an old friend, by the name of Common Sense.
Common Sense lived a long life but died in the United States from heart
failure on the brink of the new millennium. No one really knows how old he
was, since his birth records were long ago lost in bureaucratic red tape.
He selflessly devoted his life to service in schools, hospitals, homes,
factories helping folks get jobs done without fanfare and foolishness. For
decades, petty rules, silly laws, and frivolous lawsuits held no power over
Common Sense. He was credited with cultivating such valued lessons as to
know when to come in out of the rain, why the early bird gets the worm, and
that life isn't always fair. Common Sense lived by simple, sound financial
policies (don't spend more than you earn), reliable parenting strategies
(the adults are in charge, not the kids), and it's okay to come in second.
A veteran of the Industrial Revolution, the Great
Depression, and the Technological Revolution,
Common Sense survived cultural and educational
trends including body piercing, whole language,
"new math." But his health declined when he
infected with the
worth-it" virus. In recent decades his waning strength proved no match for
the ravages of well intentioned but overbearing regulations.
He watched in pain as good people became ruled by
self-seeking lawyers. His health rapidly
when schools endlessly implemented zero-tolerance
policies. Reports of a six-year-old boy charged
sexual harassment for kissing a classmate, a teen
suspended for taking a swig of mouthwash after
lunch, and a teacher fired for reprimanding an
unruly student only worsened his condition. It
even further when schools had to get parental
to administer aspirin to a student but could not
the parent when a
female student was pregnant or wanted an abortion.
Finally, Common Sense lost his will to live as the Ten Commandments became
contraband, churches became businesses, criminals received better treatment
than victims, and federal judges stuck their noses in everything from the
Boy Scouts to professional sports. Finally, when a woman failed to realize
that a steaming cup of coffee was hot, was awarded a huge settlement, Common
Sense threw in the towel.
As the end neared, Common Sense drifted in and
of logic but was kept informed of developments
regarding questionable regulations such as those
low flow toilets, rocking chairs, and
Common Sense was preceded in death by his parents, Truth and Trust; his
wife, Discretion; his daughter, Responsibility; and his son, Reason. He is
survived by two stepbrothers: My Rights, and Ima Whiner. Not many attended
his funeral because so few realized he was gone.
* Author Unknown
**I don't suffer from insanity...
I enjoy every minute of it! **
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Looking for anyone who might have info on this family Kin or not.
James Harrison Gray born abt 1817 Married Ann Adkins on 11-Jun-1835 in
Nicholas County, KY
Mary born 1837 Bath County, KY died 22-May-1871 KY?
Catherine born 1839 Bath County, KY
Francis born 1842 Married 25-Jul-1859? To Soloman Mithchell?
Nancy Ann born 1844 Bath county, KY married 20-Sep-1866? To George H.
John William born 1845 Bath county, KY married Martha J. Mers?
John Harvey born 1847 Fleming County, KY died????
Susan born 1851 Fleming County, KY
Maranda born 1856 Fleming County, KY
Thomas J. born 1858 Fleming County, KY
Robert Millard born 1858 Fleming County, KY
Died 15-Mar-1946 Ewing, Nicholas County, KY
Buried Elizaville Cemt. Fleming County, KY?
Can any one help ???
Well, when all else fails, sleep on it and then start anew.... AFTER
you read the instructions.... Tho still feel the ads were a large bit miss
leading..... will stay subscribed for the year and hope that I am still
above ground when they post the states that I am needing.... :)
Hope all have a great day.... And that none of you are sneezing as bad as
I am today..... :) jeannie <><
I realize the 1930 is only limited at this time, but all of it will
be put on-line. I am a subscriber also and was dissapointed Ky wasn't
one of the first ones they did. Just takes time.
I suspect there would be a fee for what Kay suggested?
Jenn I think that is all they have done so far. a few days ago they just had
I signed up for the census to, but before they got the 1930s though. I've
never had any trouble with Ancestry myself. So it might just take time to
get them all on line. janet
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeannie Dalrymple" <motherd(a)theriver.com>
Sent: Friday, April 12, 2002 7:19 PM
Subject: [KYNICHOL] FW: Discover your roots with the 1930 U.S Census
> Here it tiz ladies and gents.... NO where does it say that it is
> Del. Wash DC and utah...... UNTIL after you get signed up......
> isn't this called false advertising or something? I just don't know
> all of this.... going to call them in the am..... jeannie <><
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