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Stephanie Lincecum
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To put it simply:  I enjoy your videos, learn a lot, and would be sad to see you go.
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Explore the banks of the Chattahoochee River on these 5 hikes: http://budurl.com/7jds 

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I always liked Thomaston and want to go to the bluff and kayak on the Flint. A river saved by the great Jimmy Carter. I don't care much for the chattahoochee.
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Me and the Mardasson Memorial
As this previous post suggests, I have been participating in my own personal scanfest of late. Since March of this year, I have uploaded 7.7 GB to my cloud drive. That's 4,430 images and 25 videos. (Some of the files came from my digital camera, to be fa...
As this previous post suggests, I have been participating in my own personal scanfest of late. Since March of this year, I have uploaded 7.7 GB to my cloud drive. That's 4,430 images and 25 videos. (Some of the files came fro...
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Combining the Front and Back of a Photo when Digitizing (an Off-Topic, Superimposing Post)
Did you get my feeble attempt at a double entendre? (Heh, Heh.) Since a lot of genealogists and family archivists read this blog ( big thanks! ), I thought it might be worth passing along this little tip I stumbled upon this morning. While I have no doubt ...
Did you get my feeble attempt at a double entendre? (Heh, Heh.) Since a lot of genealogists and family archivists read this blog (big thanks!), I thought it might be worth passing along this little tip I stumbled upon this mo...
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Ignorantly Accidental Overdose (This Time It's Personal)
Leslie Lee Lancaster was my (half) 2nd great grand uncle. But he never made it to adulthood. You see, when Leslie Lee was a little over a year old, having a bit of a hard time while teething, someone gave him a tad too much morphine. Overdosed while teeth...
Leslie Lee Lancaster was my (half) 2nd great grand uncle. But he never made it to adulthood. You see, when Leslie Lee was a little over a year old, having a bit of a hard time while teething, someone gave him a tad too much m...
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Dr. Holtzclaw Suicides (This Time It's Personal)
When conducting any kind of historical research, coming across a suicide always gives me pause. Even though it's not always a conscious act, I know I'm taking a brief moment to mourn the loss. A loss I don't pretend to understand. With the recent passing...
When conducting any kind of historical research, coming across a suicide always gives me pause. Even though it's not always a conscious act, I know I'm taking a brief moment to mourn the loss. A loss I don't pretend to unders...
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Tragedy and Irony in the Death of Ben Zumwalt (This Time It's Personal)
Um. Did ya miss me? :-) I know there's been a serious lag in posting here at Southern Graves . My last article was in ( gasp! ) September. Of. Last. Year. A lot of stuff going on in real life as of late. I'll have to fill you in sometime. The followi...
Um. Did ya miss me? :-) I know there's been a serious lag in posting here at Southern Graves. My last article was in (gasp!) September. Of. Last. Year. A lot of stuff going on in real life as of late. I'll have to fill you in...
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Tonight's dinner is corn and poblano lasagna. Zucchini is a required ingredient, so before B got in the kitchen to tackle the prep for our evening meal, I snuck in and used what he didn't need to make some bread! Before I sha...
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It's pretty tasty.  I don't think you'd be disappointed!
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As mentioned in a recent post, I've been digitizing a lot of family history stuff of late. Even though this is something I've been slowly (ever. so. slowly.) working on for a while, I needed to get in gear and complete the ta...
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Is Man Different From Fish or Hogs? (a Spoon River Epitaph)
A sweet co-worker recently introduced me to Edgar Lee Masters' Spoon River Anthology , a collection of free-form poems written as epitaphs for deceased residents of a small town. S graciously lent me a copy of the book , and I have since found an online ed...
A sweet co-worker recently introduced me to Edgar Lee Masters' Spoon River Anthology, a collection of free-form poems written as epitaphs for deceased residents of a small town. S graciously lent me a copy of the book, and I ...
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Dr. Holtzclaw Suicides (This Time It's Personal)
When conducting any kind of historical research, coming across a suicide always gives me pause. Even though it's not always a conscious act, I know I'm taking a brief moment to mourn the loss. A loss I don't pretend to understand. With the recent passing...
When conducting any kind of historical research, coming across a suicide always gives me pause. Even though it's not always a conscious act, I know I'm taking a brief moment to mourn the loss. A loss I don't pretend to unders...
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Peasant Girl and Her Son (Spoon River Epitaph)
A sweet co-worker recently introduced me to Edgar Lee Masters' Spoon River Anthology , a collection of free-form poems written as epitaphs for deceased residents of a small town. S graciously lent me a copy of the book , and I have since found an online ed...
A sweet co-worker recently introduced me to Edgar Lee Masters' Spoon River Anthology, a collection of free-form poems written as epitaphs for deceased residents of a small town. S graciously lent me a copy of the book, and I ...
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Amateur historian, avid reader, genealogist, lover of cemeteries, scrapbooker, and stitcher.  Budding photographer, baker, gardener, and DIYer.

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    researcher and blog writer, 2007 - present
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