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Lisa Wallen Logsdon
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Jimmy Rizzardi: The Illegitimate Grandfather - Pt. 2
Continued from part 1... Florence
Polly Melvin decided to accompany her older sisters to the bar in Louisville  that evening. She was different from her sisters; I think she probably always was...she had an innocence about her. Due to hardship, and a mostly...
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Sarge is the big brown and white Olde English Bulldogge and Elsie is the smaller brown and white of the same breed. Bailey is the red pitbull terrier. We are babysitting Elsie for my son and his wife while they are away.
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Do you know anything about Swedish Genealogy?do you have at least a couple of years experiences at swedish genealogy? I need some help with my swedish genealogy. I have hit a brick wall.
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Jimmy Rizzardi: The Illegitimate Grandfather - Pt. 3
Continued from part 2... The rest of
the Rizzardi story: a brief timeline 1922 - 2001 In 1922 Louise Rizzardi was living in Louisville . She sold soft
drinks for a few years at 1600 W. Broadway and her boys clerked for her at
times. Her husband was still re...
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Jimmy Rizzardi: The Illegitimate Grandfather - Pt. 1
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attention was divided between the two adults in my kitchen and my children, a
baby and a toddler, who were making just enough noise that I couldn't hear everything
that was being said. I clearly remember the expression on her face though, just
like it wa...
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Lisa, Clotilda is my fifth great grandmother.  I have trying to find the rest of the story.   I found this  in the Bean Journal and wanted to know how you have gotten the info you have on her?  I have some thoughts on who her parents are but wanted to see if this is the John Bean to whom she was married.  these beans are related to Christopher Banes(Bean) who was married to Ann Brooke whose father was Sir Robert Brooke, Governor of Maryland.  I believe the Brookes are related to Elizabeth Brooke who married Charles Carroll the signer.

from the bean journal:
EDMUND, JESSE. EDMUND BEAN (S334)
Unpublished letter from C. R. Bean (Charles Robertson Bean) dated Feb 6, 1884 from Indian Creek, Unicoi Co., Tenn., to Lyman C. Draper, Tennessee Historian: RUSSELL BEAN WAS A SON OF OLD WILLIAM BEAN JR. OF WATAUGA AND BEAN'S STATION, WILLIAM Jr. BEAN, SR. HAD A BROTHER JOHN AND A BROTHER EDMUND WHO WAS KILLED BY INDIANS SHORTLY AFTER THEY CAME FROM PITTSYLVANIA CO., VIRGINIA.  ROBERT BEAN WAS ALSO A BROTHER, AN UNCLE OF RUSSELL BEAN.  HE HELPED HIS BROTHER WILLIAM JR. BUILD BEANS STATION IN 1779.  MY GRANDFATHER WAS RUSSELL BEAN WHO MARRIED ROSAMOND ROBERTSON.  MY FATHER WAS CHARLES BEAN, B. 1795.  I WAS NAMED FOR MY FATHER AND THE ROBERTSON FAMILY. 
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Thanks for the invite Linda! My lines were in Lincoln, Rockcastle, and Pulaski. Hubby's lines were Madison, Washington, Marion, Nelson, Hardin, and Larue. I spend a lot of time in Kentucky!
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Researching these surnames: Allison, Anderson, Bauman, Bishop, Blevins, Bloomer, Boutcher, Brashears, Cook, Cox, Cundiff, Darling, Davis, Delaney, Dungan, Evans, Fletcher, Gollaher, Grabeel, Grunden, Hartzell, Huckstepp, Jackson, Ketcham, Larimer, Leonard, Logsdon, Lord, Martin, Mattingly, McIlvoy, Melvin, Metcalf, Miller, Newby, Osborn, Owen, Patterson, Rice, Rizzardi, Rogers, Root, Rosenbaum, Runyan, Schiedenhelm, Schmetzer, Smith, Sutton, Townsend, Trowbridge, Tyree, Vaughn, Wallen, Wheaton
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I am a part of each and every one of my ancestors back to the beginning of time. I have a unique DNA. Only God can truly know me.
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  • Hillsborough Community College
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