I love you, because you have done more than any creed could have done to make me good, and more than any fate could have done to make me happy. to become baptized members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, [) They had posterity. Green / Greene, (1930 Census - age 1/12, born 1930, Xenia, Greene, Ohio); died , Kettering, Montgomery, Ohio; married _____ _____. Joined "Gold Rush" at Ruby & Ely, Nevada, which turned out to be a copper mine. At 74 degrees 50 minutes North caught Whale, walrus hair seal, polar bear and then back to S. (of Crittenden) - Sherwood Leslie Jump (1928 - 2001), born , Jonesville, Grant, Kentucky; (of Dry Ridge); died ; buried , Hillcrest Cemetery, Dry Ridge, Grant, Kentucky - , in Ohio); died ; [was a mortician/embalmer; helped with bodies in Vietnam; did LDS Temple ordinance work; refereed all kinds of sports; bowled until 81 years; remembers Sunday afternoon dinners and playing at Mary Elizabeth Greene's house] married (1) __ Jun 1943, Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, Virginia Alice Satterfield; divorced; they had no posterity. Marine Corps, World War II.; married __ ___ ____, _____ _____, born , Xenia, Greene County, Ohio; died , Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio; [In a children's home and pregnant; her child went to adoption before she married Charlie Rose.] married , Charles Charley Rose; died ; Charles married (2) Betty _____ [Rose, Charles, Historical Obituaries, Dayton Daily News April 13, 2003 pg. - Bob Rose - Mike Rose, born ; raised in Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio; computer consultant; works at St. Richards Memorial Home, Springfield, for former Xenian Herman C. in the foothills, probably 50' or more miles from Philadelphia. Matilda Green, 72 years of age, died here after a lingering illness and was buried . .] A few years prior to this time, the widowed Matilda Green, was living [ 1900 Census of Xenia, Greene, Ohio. - Jack Mc Cleery; married Deborah Lord - Robert Mc Cleery, born ; died ; married Linda _____ - Elizabeth Jane Mc Cleery, born , Youngstown, Mahoning, Ohio; married William Brandt Charles They had posterity.
You have done it without a touch, without a word, without a sign. Perhaps that is what being a friend means, after all. - Marie Greene, born 1911, died as a child / Marie Still-Birth Greene married Joseph Francis Haverstick, born Xenia, Greene, Ohio; (1910 Census - age 1m, born 1910) They had posterity. F., Cal., and there joined another RR and cut cordwood in Northern Cal. married (2) 02 June 1946, Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, Lessette Bertha Chapin, born ; died , born , Xenia, Greene, Ohio; (1930 Census); died , Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico; [Social Security Death Date: February 1964]; Sgt. Louis Temple; LDS High Priest; residence: 1270 Oakhalt, Herculaneum, Missouri 63048; has 4 children; (two boys, two girls) and eleven grandchildren. I have heard my father say there forebearers came from Holland almost on the German border, but on the Holland side. Her birth date is listed as __ May 1831, birthplace Pennsylvania; has a Mother relationship to the head of household, Thomas M. Significantly, her father is listed with birthplace: New York; and her mother was born: Pennsylvania. - 1910 Census); (1940 Census - in Kentucky) [Research Notes: There are severe problems in the published and primary records.
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[Book 0126, Page 0039; Name: Tinney, Prentice and Fudge, Hazel; Courthouse Marriage License Index Date: 03/01/1928; ]; HAZEL KATHLEEN GREENE TINNEY HISTORY BOOK pg 27; HAZEL KATHLEEN GREENE TINNEY HISTORY BOOK pg 28; Her first marriage was to George Fudge, , Greene County, Ohio, USA. Thompson; (is ----- than eighteen years of age ^but more than 16 years of age) and do hereby give my consent to her marriage to above named Jacob H. Rector and Mary, were living in Xenia, Greene, Ohio, as noted by the () of Xenia, Greene, Ohio. He was very religious and believed pictures are images which is forbidden in the Bible and would never permit a picture of himself. Baith records have Melissa O'Bannon, born , as mother of all the children. O'Bannon, born Garden City, (Cass County) Missouri.
Though usually the definition of “Greek Cuisine” is something served up by a cook at the Sig Ep House in Tuscaloosa, the oldest restaurant in Alabama is this Bessemer Greek joint that’s been owned by the Koikos family since 1925 and serves up specialties like Greek-style tenderloin and snapper in the massive four-room space that started as a simple counter in 1907.
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In what might be the best Halloween restaurant ever, this historic Tombstone eatery now serves up a varied menu of steaks, potatoes, burgers, and bar food as well as Mexican standards in a building once known as The Bucket of Blood Saloon.
Which is creepy enough, until you realize Virgil Earp – kind of the Frank Stallone of his era — was shot on the second floor.