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Stephanie Lincecum
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Make Your Own Pure Vanilla Extract Without the Alcohol
I'm almost embarrassed to put this out there, though I'm sure I'm not alone: I've only used pure vanilla extract a handful of times in my life. It's rarely been in my pantry simply due to the high cost. There. I said it. Since I'm slowly (very slowly it ...
I'm almost embarrassed to put this out there, though I'm sure I'm not alone: I've only used pure vanilla extract a handful of times in my life. It's rarely been in my pantry simply due to the high cost. There. I said it. Sinc...
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Blueberries Complete the Garden
Even though the calendar just turned to April, I was already lamenting the fact I failed to get a blueberry bush to plant in my container garden this year. I planned to get one (or more), but what I wanted to order online has yet to become available. Then...
Even though the calendar just turned to April, I was already lamenting the fact I failed to get a blueberry bush to plant in my container garden this year. I planned to get one (or more), but what I wanted to order online has...
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Old Veteran George Keith Dies, Then Waits
He survived the Battle of Chancellorsville, but he couldn't beat old age.  I just hope he wasn't lonely in the end. On his 1908 Indigent Soldier Confederate Pension Application , George A. Keith stated, "Have no family. Children all married. So far as I k...
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Joseph R. Manning, Born on the 4th of July (Tombstone Tuesday)
A son of J. L. and H. V. Manning, Joseph Reubin was born 4 July 1885 and died six months later. He rests beside his sister, Zada Lillian, at Cedar Hill Cemetery in Cochran, Bleckley County, Georgia. Though she outlived her brother, Zada was only on this ea...
A son of J. L. and H. V. Manning, Joseph Reubin was born 4 July 1885 and died six months later. He rests beside his sister, Zada Lillian, at Cedar Hill Cemetery in Cochran, Bleckley County, Georgia. Though she outlived her br...
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Lemuel Penn and the Civil Rights Act
Photo by David Seibert via HMdb.org "On the night of July 11, 1964 three African-American World War II veterans returning home following training at Ft. Benning, Georgia were noticed in Athens by local members of the Ku Klux Klan. The officers were followed...
Photo by David Seibert via HMdb.org"On the night of July 11, 1964 three African-American World War II veterans returning home following training at Ft. Benning, Georgia were noticed in Athens by local members of the Ku Klux K...
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Cantaloupe Honey Jam
I know I really should post some genealogy, but I can't resist sharing my latest deliciousness -- Cantaloupe.  Jam.  I told you! Deliciousness. I found it at Martine Holston's blog , and she cited Food in Jars . I know I've written of Marisa's blog here be...
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Caroline Augusta Scott: Not Dead, But Sleepeth
She Is Not Dead But Sleepeth Caroline Augusta Daughter of Isaac and Caroline Scott: Born in Macon, Georgia September 25, 1840; Died in Macon July 27, 1868. Erected by Her Fond Mother in Memory to an Affectionate Daughter.  We are Parted in this Life, but Ho...
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He Enchained the Attention and Claimed the Admiration: Hon. Francis H. Cone
I love when an epitaph extends around a monument.  In this instance, all four sides are dedicated to the Hon. Francis H. Cone:  his work, his domestic, and his social life. To the Memory of the Hon. Francis H. Cone; Who was Born on the 5th of Sept, 1797, Di...
I love when an epitaph extends around a monument.  In this instance, all four sides are dedicated to the Hon. Francis H. Cone:  his work, his domestic, and his social life. To the Memory of the Hon. Francis H. Cone; Who was B...
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Oatmeal for Lunch, with an Added Guilty Pleasure
I don't know for sure what brought it on, but I decided I wanted oatmeal for lunch today. Apple cinnamon oatmeal, to be specific. It's been my favorite since I was kid. Have I mentioned the commitment I made to myself recently? I'm trying very hard to eat...
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Monument to a Georgia Railway Pioneer, William Washington Gordon
Standing in Savannah's Wright Square (also known as Court House Square) is an impressive monument to a Georgia railway pioneer, William Washington Gordon. Here's what Lucian Lamar Knight has to say about the man and the monument: "One of the most beautiful...
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+Gene Bowker check it out - you've prob read about him.
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    researcher and blog writer, 2007 - present
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Cemeteries, History, Genealogy, and Food!
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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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