... Gussie and Nannie C . Selby , Hattie A . Taber , Cecelia R . G . , Belle Sudduth
, Johnnie M . , Edith Norris , Harold K ... Maude G . Barnum , Bertha M . Crane ,
Aggie Drain , Lawrence E . Horton , Charles R . Van Horn , Albertie G . Russell ...
( The present ; that she , Loree Goodwin , Gussie land was leased four times over
the years ) . Goodwin Smith and Bertha Goodwin were All of the original children
, then living , present ; and that Gussie Goodwin Smith shared in the proceeds of
Bertha Kanarek declared that she could not believe her girls would so disgrace
her and their father as to be seen in the arms of these goyim. On and on she went
until eventually Gussie alone spoke up—“but Mama, we are going to a new ...
Author: Tony Morgan
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
READER COMMENTS: “Mr. Morgan, I read your book and was blown away. It was amazing.” -- Physician, Mount Kisco, NY “Morgan’s ability to meld the spiritual, historical, and fictional makes for a thought provoking page-turner.” -- Editor, Cambridge, MA “I looked forward to picking it up every night. I never knew what was coming next.” -- Book Club Reader, London, England “Incident combines history, love, murder, and family. It’s got everything you look for in a super entertaining read.” -- Realtor, Stamford, CT “Morgan is well-read, articulate and has a good sense of history. He delivers—which is what all authors hope to do.” -- Quote, Danbury News-Times 11/08/08 “I read your book and enjoyed it, then I bought two more copies for friends.” -- Former Rhodes Scholar, Washington, DC
Author: Charlotte E. EnglishPublish On: 2020-02-21
Gussie did not see Silvester's favourite grotesque anywhere; he had, then, opted
to appear without it, at least for Nell. ... spending so much time with the Book, she
was told, she would end up torn to pieces, like her great-grandmother Bertha.
Author: Charlotte E. English
Publisher: Frouse Books
‘When it comes to the Wyrde, there is no such thing as harmless. Every single one of us is a walking disaster.’ Winter has come to Werth Towers, and brought a deal of trouble with it. Not that any of it is the fault of Miss Gussie Werth. To be a one-woman catastrophe might be seen as a misfortune, but really, there can be no hope of a cure. What with murderous Books on the rampage, Lady Maundevyle brewing plans for Christmas, and a couple of dragons on the loose, a quiet life is not likely to be had. Still, in times of crisis, there is always Lord Felix. The disreputable old revenant might have a few odd ideas; but you’re at Werth Towers, now. The merely unusual comes as a matter of course. Welcome to the strangest family in Regency England. Find out just what Gussie did next...
When Gussie heard wives of army men got monthly government allotment checks
, she ran off with Deacon Morgan's grandson John and got married. ... When she
told her mother about it, Bertha told her to stop crying and clean yourself up.
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
Ellis advised his attorney, Brian Keith Rivers, to let Judge Marcus Cummings know he wanted a bench trial. He had willingly admitted he had tried to kill Annie out of a jealous rage, but she had survived his vicious attack. Ellis didn't want Annie or her family members to be subjected to further hurt and humiliation by having to hear and give testimony in open court. He didn't want Annie to relive that insufferable night he left her tiny limp body for dead in a pool of her own blood on the cold,
“Gussie would have been proud of the turnout,” Aunt Bertha said two hours later
when the house was once more empty. Lydia and Opal had washed the last of
the dishes, while Aunt Bertha rested in the parlor. Now that Opal had returned to
Author: Amanda Cabot
From afar, Cimarron Creek seems like an idyllic town tucked in the Texas Hill Country. But when former schoolteacher Lydia Crawford steps onto its dusty streets in 1880, she finds a town with a deep-seated resentment of Northerners--like her. Lydia won't let that get her down, though. All will be well when she's reunited with her fiancé. But when she discovers he has disappeared--and that he left behind a pregnant wife--Lydia is at a loss about what to do next. The handsome sheriff urges her to trust him, but can she trust anyone in this town where secrets are as prevalent as bluebonnets in spring? Bestselling author Amanda Cabot invites readers back into Texas's storied past to experience love and adventure against a backdrop of tension and mystery in this first book in a brand-new series.
J. O. and Gussie's daughter , Ruby was only twenty months old at the time her
mother died . She was raised by her grandmother , Bama MAY SMITH . Gussie is
buried in the Lula Cemetery in Pontotoc County , Oklahoma . J. O. married Bertha
Category: Southern States
Claiborne B. May (ca.1798-1860/1865) moved from South Carolina to St. Clair County, Alabama, and married twice. He later moved to Tallegdega County, then Coosa County, and finally Greene County, Alabama. Descendants and relatives lived in South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Texas and elsewhere.
Capt . Benjamin J. DiLoreto , USAF , to Benjamin J. Loret , 21 August 1956 . Capt
. Gussie L. Dowell , USAF ( NC ) , to Gussie L. Powell , 6 July 1956 . Capt . Bertha
E. Evans , USAF ( NC ) , to Bertha E. Waters , 22 March 1956 . Capt . Marie 0.
PAULINE TRINKS married HENRY BATTENFELD ( see the Index of Family
Names ) and together they had several children , ANNA LOUISE , GUSSIE
CAUGUSTA ) , HENRY , Jr . , and two other boys who died as children with
scarlet fever .
Author: Margaret E. Herrick
Descendants of the Smith and Heyne families of Red Hook, New York. Includes the related families of Hayes and Burlingame.
Author: Bp. William Franklin AndersonPublish On: 1908
Dr. T. A. Wilson L. M. Woodcock TRINITY , CINCINNATI , O. Lucy Ambrose Mrs.
F. D. Bentley Mrs. W. D. Clephone Mrs. M. Davis Edward Emerson Helen
Fairchild Gussie Hoft Bertha Louise Ketcham Maria M , Ketcham W. S. Longley
Mrs. Alice ...
Mascha Posin, being duly sworn, deposes and says, - that she is the plaintiff in
the above entitled action; that she has heard read the affidavits of Gussie
Hochberg, Bertha Saltzstein. and Cecilia Saltzstein. With reference to the affidavit
SUSAN SHIRE, as Administratrix of the Estate of HYMAN SHIRE, GUSSIE
GREENBLATT, BERTHA GREENBLATT, and ISIDORE GOLDZIMER, as
Administrator of the Estate of MoRRIs GoLDZIMER, 83 Judgment-Creditors,
against THOMAS ...