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#1 Ninan

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Posted 08 April 2012 - 11:12 PM

Sorry again for the delay... <_<

No die needed for this one but you will need your names from the other posts <_< I kept it simple because I was driving myself nuts keeping up with when everyone was born/died/married etc... Have fun!

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May, 1918

It’s been a hard few years – not just for you but for the rest of the world as well. The War is still going strong with the occasional good news mixing in with all the reports of death and loss. You hate feeling so powerless – no matter how much time you spend volunteering at the Red Cross or how many rallies and speeches you participate in the fact of the matter is that the boys are still out there fighting. Or not fighting anymore in the case of some. Yes, the War has hit home for you as several close friends have lost sons, husbands and fathers. Why, your childhood friend, DW, has lost her youngest son and one of her sons-in-law. And if that’s not enough, DS3’s wife passed away directly after childbirth, leaving a precious baby boy named after his father and a very confused five-year-old behind.

But, their family is strong and they have lots of friends to help them through these hard times – including you.

DD2 moved with her children to DD1’s great big house, which is a great help to both of them, especially considering both of their oldest are nearly as efficient as any grown woman would be. It has also given DD2 time to figure out what to do now that she is widowed.

(DS1’s wife) moved herself and her children out of the city to DS2 & (DS2’s wife) home. The women have quite a lot to do – running the store, wrangling nine children and keeping up (DS2’s wife)’s farm.

Both DD3 & DD4 have moved back home to help aging DW & DH with DS3’s orphaned children. Their four children help keep little (DS3’s daughter) occupied.

The LN Family
DH & DW (1850 & 1864)

DD1 (1880)

DH: (1873)
DD: (1904)
DS: (1906)
DS/DS: (1910)
DS/DS: (1913)
DD/DD: First Middle (honors DD2)/First Middle (honors her grandmother) (1915)


DD2 (1881)

DH: (1882-1918)
DD: (1905)
DS/DS/DS: (1907; 1907-1907)
DD: (1910)
DD: (1912)
DD: First Middle (1914)


DS1 (1883)

DW: (1893)
DD: (1910)
DS: (1911)
DD: First Middle (honors his grandmother) (1914)
DS: First Middle (his mother's maiden name) (1916)


DS2 (1886)

DW: (1886)
DD: (1908)
DS: (1910)
DD: (1912)
DD: Same initials DD3 (1914)
DS: First Middle (his mother's maiden name) (1916)


DD3 (1886)

DH: (1883)
DD: (1903 -1904)
DD: (1908)
DS: (1910)


DS3 (1890-1917)

DW: (1892-1917)
DD: (1912)
DS: named after DS3 (1917)


DD4 (1898)

DH: Student she was corresponding with in the last post (1891)
DD/DD: First Middle (honors DD4/First Middle[i](1915)


*****


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Posted 08 April 2012 - 11:50 PM

May, 1918

It’s been a hard few years – not just for you but for the rest of the world as well. The War is still going strong with the occasional good news mixing in with all the reports of death and loss. You hate feeling so powerless – no matter how much time you spend volunteering at the Red Cross or how many rallies and speeches you participate in the fact of the matter is that the boys are still out there fighting. Or not fighting anymore in the case of some. Yes, the War has hit home for you as several close friends have lost sons, husbands and fathers. Why, your childhood friend, Marguerite, has lost her youngest son and one of her sons-in-law. And if that’s not enough, Teddy’s wife passed away directly after childbirth, leaving a precious baby boy named after his father and a very confused five-year-old behind.

But, their family is strong and they have lots of friends to help them through these hard times – including you.

Gertie moved with her children to Maggie’s great big house, which is a great help to both of them, especially considering both of their oldest are nearly as efficient as any grown woman would be. It has also given Gertie time to figure out what to do now that she is widowed.

Hanna moved herself and her children out of the city to Leo & Ruby's home. The women have quite a lot to do – running the store, wrangling nine children and keeping up Ruby’s farm.

Both Annie & Ginny have moved back home to help aging Marguerite & Charles with Teddy’s orphaned children. Their four children help keep little Ivy occupied.

The Robinson Family
Charles Phineas Robinson & Marguerite Murray Robinson (b. 1850 & 1864)

Margaret Lily *Maggie* Robinson Sweeney (b. 1880)
DH – Ezekiel Barry Sweeney (b. 1873) • occupation: businessman

DD – Matilda Lily *Tilly* Sweeney (b. 1904)
DS - Ezekiel Barry *Zeke* Sweeney (b. 1906)
DS/DS - Samuel Arthur *Sam* Sweeney & Phineas Charles *Finn* Sweeney (b. 1910)
DS/DS - Walter Henry *Walt* Sweeney & Alexander Robinson *Lex* Sweeney (b. 1913)
DD/DD - Ruth Irene *Ruthie* Sweeney & Evelyn Marguerite *Evie* Sweeney (b. 1915)


Gertrude Irene *Gertie* Robinson North (b. 1881)
DH – Henry Philip North (b. 1882 - 1918) • occupation: salesman

DD – Genevieve Margarita North (b. 1905)
DS/DS/DS – James Edgar *Jay* North & Joseph Edmund *Joe* North & John Edward North (died at birth) (b. 1907; b. 1907 - 1907)
DD - Beatrice Margalo North (b. 1910)
DD - Levi Solomon North (b. 1912)
DD - Pearl Agnes North (b. 1914)


Charles Phineas *Charlie* Robinson (b. 1883) • occupation: superintendent
DW – Hanna Ira Robinson (b. 1893)

DD - Mirabella Tess *Mira* Robinson (b. 1910)
DS - Carleton Phineas Robinson (b. 1911)
DD - Mary Margaret Robinson (b. 1914)
DS - Edward Ira Robinson (b. 1916)


Elliot Warren *Leo* Robinson (b. 1886) • occupation: grocer
DW – Ruby Gwendolen Miller Robinson (b. 1886)

DD – Ruby Gwendolen *Gwen* Robinson (b. 1908)
DS - Eli Warren Robinson (b. 1910)
DD - Lydia Claire Robinson (b. 1912)
DD - Antonia Charlotte Robinson (b. 1914)
DS - Everett Miller *Rhett* Robinson (b. 1916)


Anna Claire *Annie* Robinson Cosby (b. 1886)
DH – Tracy Calvin Cosby (b. 1883) • occupation: bricklayer

DD – Clara Pearl Cosby (b. 1903 - 1904)
DD – Joyce Juniper *JJ* Cosby (b. 1908)
DS - Calvin Tracy *Cal* Cosby (b. 1910)


Theodore Murray *Teddy* Robinson (b. 1890 - 1917) • occupation: pharmacist
DW – Anjali Patil Robinson (b. 1892 - 1917)

DD - Ivy Indira Robinson (b. 1912)
DS - Theodore Murray *Teddy* Robinson (b. 1917)


Virginia Mercy *Ginny* Robinson (b. 1898)
DH - Flynn Anthony Guthrie (b. 1891)

DD/DD - Helen Virginia Guthrie & Alice Johanna Guthrie (b. 1915)

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 01:54 AM

May, 1918

It’s been a hard few years – not just for you but for the rest of the world as well. The War is still going strong with the occasional good news mixing in with all the reports of death and loss. You hate feeling so powerless – no matter how much time you spend volunteering at the Red Cross or how many rallies and speeches you participate in the fact of the matter is that the boys are still out there fighting. Or not fighting anymore in the case of some. Yes, the War has hit home for you as several close friends have lost sons, husbands and fathers. Why, your childhood friend, Eliza Murray Miller, has lost her youngest son and one of her sons-in-law. And if that’s not enough, William’s wife passed away directly after childbirth, leaving a precious baby boy named after his father and a very confused five-year-old behind.

But, their family is strong and they have lots of friends to help them through these hard times – including you.

Joyce “Joy” moved with her children to Elizabeth’s great big house, which is a great help to both of them, especially considering both of their oldest are nearly as efficient as any grown woman would be. It has also given Joy time to figure out what to do now that she is widowed.

Hanna moved herself and her children out of the city to Timothy & Laura’s home. The women have quite a lot to do – running the store, wrangling nine children and keeping up Laura’s farm.

Both Caroline & Lucia have moved back home to help aging Eliza & Anthony with William’s orphaned children. Their four children help keep little Lily occupied.

The Miller Family
DH & DW: Anthony Ezekiel & Eliza Murray (b. 1850 & 1864)

DD1: Elizabeth Rose (Miller) Tanner “Beth” (b. 1880)

DH: Leopold Richmond Tanner “Leo” (b. 1873)
DD: Emma Rose Tanner “Emma” (b. 1904)
DS: Leopold Richmond Tanner “Rich” (b. 1906)
DS/DS: Nathaniel Simon Tanner “Nate” / Anthony Ezekiel Tanner “Zeke” (1910)
DS/DS: Joseph Henry Tanner “Joey” / Alexander Miller Tanner “Alex” (1913)
DD/DD: Evelyn Joyce Tanner “Evie” / Margaret Eliza Tanner “Maggie” (1915)


DD2: Joyce Susannah (Miller) North “Joy” (b. 1881)

DH: Joseph Arthur North “Joe” (1882-1918)
DD: Cora Isabel North “Cora” (b. 1905)
DS/DS/DS: Daniel Edmund North “Danny”/ Charles Henry North “Charley” / Peter Frederick North (b. 1907; Peter b. 1907 - 1907)
DD: Anna Marjorie North “Anna” (1910)
DD: Ruby Hannah North “Ruby” (1912)
DD: Philippa Beatrix North “Pippa” (1914)


DS1: Anthony Ezekiel Miller “Tony” (b. 1883)

DW: Hanna (Wendell) Miller “Hanna” (b. 1893)
DD: Arabella Claire Miller “Bella” (1910)
DS: Anthony Ezekiel Miller “AJ” (1911)
DD: Virginia Elisabeth Miller “Ginny” (1914)
DS: John Wendell Miller “Jack” (1916)


DS2: Timothy Rupert Miller “Tim” (b. 1886)

DW: Laura Rebecca (Parker) Miller “Laura” (b. 1886)
DD: Laura Rebecca Miller “Rebecca” (b. 1908)
DS: Timothy Rupert Miller “Rupert” (1910)
DD: Sarah Caroline Miller “Sarah” (1912)
DD: Charlotte Josephine Miller “Lottie” [i](1914)
DS: Andrew Parker Miller “Drew” (1916)


DD3: Caroline Jane (Miller) Cosby “Carrie” (b. 1886)

DH: Leslie Dermot Cosby “LD” (1883)
DD: Nora Violet Cosby “Nora” (b. 1903 - 1904)
DD: Hermia Skye Cosby “Mia” (b. 1908)
DS: Leslie Dermot Cosby “Dermot” (1910)


DS3: William Murray Miller “Will” (1890-1917)

DW: Indira Singh Miller “Indira” (1892-1917)
DD: Lily Kamala Miller “Lily” (1912)
DS: William Murray Miller “Liam” (1917)


DD4: Lucia Isadora (Miller) Granger “Lucy” (1898)

DH: Philip Louis Granger “Phil” (1891)
DD/DD: Marie Lucia Granger “Marie”/ Alice Johanna Granger “Alice” (1915)


*****


Next stop - 1919!

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 02:14 AM

May, 1918: It’s been a hard few years – not just for you but for the rest of the world as well. The War is still going strong with the occasional good news mixing in with all the reports of death and loss. You hate feeling so powerless – no matter how much time you spend volunteering at the Red Cross or how many rallies and speeches you participate in the fact of the matter is that the boys are still out there fighting. Or not fighting anymore in the case of some. Yes, the War has hit home for you as several close friends have lost sons, husbands and fathers. Why, your childhood friend, Georgia Howard, has lost her youngest son and one of her sons-in-law. And if that’s not enough, Samuel's wife passed away directly after childbirth, leaving a precious baby boy named after his father and a very confused five-year-old behind.

But, their family is strong and they have lots of friends to help them through these hard times – including you.

Beulah moved with her children to Georgiana’s great big house, which is a great help to both of them, especially considering both of their oldest are nearly as efficient as any grown woman would be. It has also given Beulah time to figure out what to do now that she is widowed.

Annalie moved herself and her children out of the city to Elliot & Rachel's home. The women have quite a lot to do – running the store, wrangling nine children and keeping up Rachel’s farm.

Both Priscilla & Stella have moved back home to help aging Georgia & Walter with Samuel's orphaned children. Their four children help keep little Maggie occupied.


The Howard Family
Walter Emmanuel & Georgia Flynn Howard (1850 & 1864)

Georgiana Iris Wilkinson (1880)
DH: Orson Crosby Wilkinson (1873) occupation: businessman
DD: Clara Iris Wilkinson (b. 1904)
DS: Orson Crosby Wilkinson Jr (b. 1906)
DS/DS: Theodore Isaac Wilkinson "Theo" & Walter Emmanuel "Wally" (1910)
DS/DS: Edward Charles Wilkinson "Eddy" & Maxwell Howard Wilkinson "Max" (1913)
DD/DD: Margaret Beulah Wilkinson & Ruth Georgia Wilkinson "Ruthie" (1915)

Beulah Grace Washington (b. 1881)
DH: Andrew Thomas Washington (b. 1882-1918)
DD: Emmeline Georgina Washington (b. 1905)
DS/DS/DS: Henry Thomas Washington, William Jasper Washington, & Robert Arthur Washington (b. 1907; b. 1907 - 1907)
DD: Eleanor Marjorie Washington (1910)
DD: Eliza Naomi Washington (1912)
DD: Patience Rose Washington (1914)

Walter Emmanuel Howard Jr (b. 1883) occupation: school principal
DW: Annalie Monroe Howard (b. 1893)
DD: Callista Jade Howard "Callie" (1910)
DS: Walter Emmanuel Howard III (1911)
DD: Lillian Georgia Howard (1914)
DS: George Monroe Howard (1916)


Elliot Graham Howard (b. 1886) occupation: grocer
DW: Rachel Elodie Howard-nee Harper (b. 1886)
DD: Rachel Elodie Howard (b. 1908)
DS: Elliot Graham Howard Jr. (1910)
DD: Elizabeth Priscilla Howard "Libby" (1912)
DD: Penelope Catherine Howard "Penny" (1914)
DS: Everett Harper Howard (1916)


Priscilla Claire Sommers (b. 1886)
DH: Aubrey Wyatt Sommers (b. 1883) occupation: conductor
DD: Allegra Sage Sommers (b. 1903 - 1904)
DD :Mildred Ivy Sommers "Millie" (b. 1908)
DS: Aubrey Wyatt Sommers Jr. (1910)

Samuel Flynn Howard (1890-1917)
DW: Kalyana Patril Howard (1892-1917)
DD: Magnolia Rani Howard "Maggie" (1912)
DS: Samuel Flynn Howard Jr. (1917)

Stella Evangeline Griffin (1898)
DH: John Matthew Griffin (1891)
DD/DD: Florence Stella Griffin & Frances Ivana Griffin(1915)
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Next stop - 1919!

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 06:14 AM

It’s been a hard few years – not just for you but for the rest of the world as well. The War is still going strong with the occasional good news mixing in with all the reports of death and loss. You hate feeling so powerless – no matter how much time you spend volunteering at the Red Cross or how many rallies and speeches you participate in the fact of the matter is that the boys are still out there fighting. Or not fighting anymore in the case of some. Yes, the War has hit home for you as several close friends have lost sons, husbands and fathers. Why, your childhood friend, Gabby, has lost her youngest son and one of her sons-in-law. And if that’s not enough, Daniel’s wife passed away directly after childbirth, leaving a precious baby boy named after his father and a very confused five-year-old behind.

But, their family is strong and they have lots of friends to help them through these hard times – including you.

Joy moved with her children to Brielle’s great big house, which is a great help to both of them, especially considering both of their oldest are nearly as efficient as any grown woman would be. It has also given Joy time to figure out what to do now that she is widowed.

Annika moved herself and her children out of the city to Elliot and Sophia’s home. The women have quite a lot to do – running the store, wrangling nine children and keeping up Sophia’s farm.

Both Sara & Holly have moved back home to help aging Jonathon & Gabrielle with Daniel’s orphaned children. Their four children help keep little Violet occupied.

The Miller Family
Jonathon Henry & Gabrielle James (1850 & 1864)

Brielle Lily (1880)
Vincent Bentley Duran (1873)
Emma Lily (1904)
Vincent Bentley (1906)
Alexander Jude/ Jonathon Henry (1910)
Thomas Robert/ Maxwell Miller (1913)
DD/DD: Catherine Joyce/ Anna Gabrielle (1915)


Joyce Olivia(1881)
William Nicholas West(1882-1918)
Mae Gabriella (1905)
William Edward/ Daniel John/ Peter Adrian-dec (1907; 1907-1907)
Rachel Margarethe (1910)
Nora Ruth (1912)
DD: Portia Lucy(1914)


Jonathon Henry(1883)
Annika Sidney (1893)
Callista Eve (1910)
Jonathon Henry (1911)
DD: Elizabeth Mary(1914)
DS: Thomas James(1916)


Elliot Lewis(1886)
Sophia Emeline (1886)
Sophia Emeline (1908)
Elliot Lewis (1910)
Esther Sara (1912)
DD: Sasha Evelyn(1914)
DS: Harvey James(1916)


Sara Eleanor (1886)
Leslie Wyatt Rains (1883)
Abigail Jasmine-dec(1903 -1904)
Ildred Iris (1908)
Leslie Wyatt(1910)


Daniel James (1890-1917)
Amrita Joshi (1892-1917)
Violet Anjali (1912)
DS: Daniel James (1917)


Holly Evangeline (1898)
Jack Adam Garrity (1891)
DD/DD: Alice Holly/ Louise Johanna(1915)

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 06:32 AM

May, 1918

It’s been a hard few years – not just for you but for the rest of the world as well. The War is still going strong with the occasional good news mixing in with all the reports of death and loss. You hate feeling so powerless – no matter how much time you spend volunteering at the Red Cross or how many rallies and speeches you participate in the fact of the matter is that the boys are still out there fighting. Or not fighting anymore in the case of some. Yes, the War has hit home for you as several close friends have lost sons, husbands and fathers. Why, your childhood friend, Eliza, has lost her youngest son and one of her sons-in-law. And if that’s not enough, George’s wife passed away directly after childbirth, leaving a precious baby boy named after his father and a very confused five-year-old behind.

But, their family is strong and they have lots of friends to help them through these hard times – including you.

Joyce moved with her children to Liesel’s great big house, which is a great help to both of them, especially considering both of their oldest are nearly as efficient as any grown woman would be. It has also given DD2 time to figure out what to do now that she is widowed.
Annelie, Ed's wife, moved herself and her children out of the city to Henry & Diana's home. The women have quite a lot to do – running the store, wrangling nine children and keeping up Diana’s farm.
Both Mary & Eve have moved back home to help aging Eliza & Walter with George’s orphaned children. Their four children help keep little Rose occupied.




The Bennett Family
[68 & 54] DH & DW Walter Edward Bennett & Eliza Spencer Bennett  (b. 1850 & 1864)


[38] DD Liesel Heather McDowell {Nee Bennett} (b. 1880)
[45] DH Vincent "Crosby" Crosby McDowell (b. 1873)
occupation: Lawyer

[14] DD Cecilia "Cici" Heather McDowell (b. 1904)
[12] DS Vincent "Vince" Crosby McDowell Jr. (b. 1906)
[8] DS/DS Nicolas Jasper McDowell / Edward Walter McDowell (1910)
[5] DS/DS Richard Donald McDowell / Maxwell Bennett McDowell (1913)
[3] DD/DD Anna Katherine McDowell / Ruth Eliza McDowell (1915)


[37] DD Joyce Katherine Washington {Nee Bennett} (b. 1881)
[Died at 36] DH Andrew Lionel Washington (b. 1882 - 1918)
occupation: Accountant

[13] DD Mae Elisabeth Washington (b. 1905)
[11] DS/DS Thomas Charles Washington / William Arthur Washington (b. 1907)
[Died as NB] DS Robert John Washington (b. 1907 - 1907)
[8] DD Claire Margery Washington (1910)
[6] DD June Rebecca Washington (1912)
[4] DD Pearl Alice Washington (1914)


[35] DS Walter "Ed" Edward Bennett Jr. (b. 1883)
occupation: Minister
[25] DW Annelie Seymour Bennett (b. 1893)

[8] DD Rosalind "Ros" Maeve Bennett (1910)
[7] DS Walter "Ward" Edward III Bennett (1911)
[4] DD Louise "Lulu" Ellen Bennett (1914)
[2] DS Albert "Albie" Seymour Bennett (1916)


[32] DS Henry Leonard Bennett (b. 1886)
occupation: Store Keeper
[32] DW Diana Evelyn Bennett {Nee Thatcher}(b. 1886)

[10] DD Diana "Evy" Evelyn Bennett (b. 1908)
[8] DS Henry "Leo" Leonard Bennett Jr. (1910)
[6] DD Mary "Mary-Kate" Katherine Bennett (1912)
[4] DD Molly Clarisse Bennett (1914)
[2] DS Harvey Thatcher Bennett (1916)


[32] DD Mary Charlotte Dunning {Nee Bennett} (b. 1886)
[35] DH Robin Joseph Dunning (b. 1883)
occupation: Conductor

[Died at 1] DD Prudence "Prue" Lily Dunning (b. 1903 - 1904)
[10] DD Mildred "Millie" Rose Dunning (b. 1908)
[6] DS Robin "Joe" Joseph Dunning Jr. (1910)


[Died at 27] DS3 George Spencer Bennett (b. 1890 - 1917)
occupation: pharmacist’s apprentice
[Diet at 25] DF Amita Kaur Bennett (b. 1892 - 1917)

[6] DD Primrose "Rose" Arya Bennett (1912)
[1] DS George Spencer Bennett (1917)


[20] DD Eve Juliet Gibson {Nee Bennett} (b. 1898)
[27] DH Philip Hugh Gibson (1891)

[3] DD/DD Virginia "Ginny" Eve Gibson / Florence "Flora" Jane Gibson (1915)


Next stop - 1919!



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Posted 09 April 2012 - 02:01 PM

The Gray Family
Alexander Sebastian II & Helena Douglas Gray (b. 1850 & 1864)


Leonora Iris Gray Decker nn. Nora(b. 1880)

DH – Ezekiel Church Decker (b. 1873)
DD – Louisa Iris (b. 1904)
DS - Ezekiel Church nn. Zeke (b. 1906)
DS/DS - Benjamin Phineas nn. Ben/ Sebastian Alexander nn. Bastian (b. 1910)
DS/DS - Robert Henry/Felix Gray (b. 1913)
DD/DD - Virginia Hermione/Florence Elena (b. 1915)

Nora and Ezekiel Decker w/ Zeke, Ben, Bastian, Robert, Felix, Ginny, and Flora

Hermia Caroline Gray Phoenix (b. 1881)

DH – Daniel Thomas Phoenix (b. 1882-1918)
DD – Evangeline Eleni (b. 1905)
DS/DS/DS – Thomas Humphrey / Charles Rupert (still born)/ James Leopold (b. 1907; b. 1907-1907;b.1907)
DD - Constance Marjorie (b. 1910)
DD - Josephine Rebekah (b. 1912)
DD - Philippa Clarice (b. 1914)

Hermia Phoenix with Eva, Tom, James, Connie, Josie and Pippa

Alexander Sebastian Gray III (b. 1883)

DW – Anja Martin (b. 1893)
DD - Rosalind Claire (b. 1910)
DS - Alexander Sebastian IV (b. 1911)
DD - Margaret Anne (b. 1914)
DS - Walter Douglas (b. 1916)

Alexander and Anja Gray with Rosalind, Alex, Maggie, and Walter

William Clarence (b. 1886)

DW – Ruby Marcella Walker (b. 1886)
DD – Ruby Marcella (b. 1908)
DS - William Clarence (b. 1910)
DD - Rachel Catherine (b. 1912)
DD - Rebecca Claire (b. 1914)
DS - Everett Douglas (b. 1914)

William and Ruby Gray with Ruby, Will, Rachel, Rebecca, and Rhett

Theresa Catherine (b. 1886)

DH – Aubrey Hudson Everhart (b. 1883)
DD – Temperance Brooke (b. 1903 - 1904)
DD – Doris River (b. 1908)
DS - Hudson Aubrey (b. 1910)

Tessa and Aubrey Everhart with Dori and Hudson


Zachary Douglas (b. 1890- d. 1917)

DW – Parvati Patil (b. 1892)
DD - Jacinta Kali (b. 1912)
DS: Zachary Douglas (b. 1917)

Parvati Gray with Jacinta and Zachary

Virginia Scarlett (b. 1898)

DH - Phoebus Michael Gregory
DD/DD - Ruth Scarlett /Anna Siobhan

Ginny and Phoebus Gregory with Ruth and Anna

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 02:53 PM

May, 1918

It’s been a hard few years – not just for you but for the rest of the world as well. The War is still going strong with the occasional good news mixing in with all the reports of death and loss. You hate feeling so powerless – no matter how much time you spend volunteering at the Red Cross or how many rallies and speeches you participate in the fact of the matter is that the boys are still out there fighting. Or not fighting anymore in the case of some. Yes, the War has hit home for you as several close friends have lost sons, husbands and fathers. Why, your childhood friend, Angelina, has lost her youngest son and one of her sons-in-law. And if that’s not enough, James’s wife passed away directly after childbirth, leaving a precious baby boy named after his father and a very confused five-year-old behind.

But, their family is strong and they have lots of friends to help them through these hard times – including you.

Ethel moved with her children to Angela’s great big house, which is a great help to both of them, especially considering both of their oldest are nearly as efficient as any grown woman would be. It has also given Ethel time to figure out what to do now that she is widowed.

Anka moved herself and her children out of the city to Henry & Alice's home. The women have quite a lot to do – running the store, wrangling nine children and keeping up Alices’s farm.

Both Mary and Eve have moved back home to help aging Angelina and William with James’s orphaned children. Their four children help keep little Dahlia occupied.

The Watson Family
William Arthur & Angelina DiGiorgio (1850 & 1864) Ages 68 & 54

DD1: Angela Rose Watson Blackwell (1880) Age 38

DH: Leland Shepard Blackwell (1873) Age 45 --Banker
DD: Lavinia Rose Blackwell (1904) Age 14
DS: Leland Shepard Blackwell Jr. (1906) Age 12
DS/DS: Louis Calvin Blackwell/William "Liam" Arthur Blackwell (1910) Ages 8
DS/DS: Lawrence Robert Blackwell/Lennox Watson Blackwell (1913) Ages 5
DD/DD: Lillian Ethel/Louise Angelina (1915) Age 3



DD2: Ethel Victoria Watson York (1881) Age 37

DH: Daniel Edmond York (1882-1918) -Deceased
DD: Edith Lina York (1905) Age 13
DS/DS/DS: Daniel Edmond York Jr., George William York & Joseph Humphrey York (1907; 1907-1907) Ages 11 & deceased
DD: Esther Marjorie York (1910) Age 8
DD: Eleanor Ruth York (1912) Age 6
DD: Elvira Pearl (1914) Age 4



DS1: William Arthur Watson Jr. (1883-1918) Deceased

DW: Anka Wendell Watson (1893) Age 25
DD: Rosalind Anne Watson (1910) Age 8
DS: William Arthur Watson III (1911) Age 7
DD: Margaret Angelina Watson (1914) Age 4
DS: Thomas Wendell Watson (1916) Age 2



DS2: Henry Howard Watson (1886) Age 32-- Grocery Store Owner

DW: Alice Caroline Abbott Watson (1886) Age 32
DD: Alice "Allie" Caroline Watson (1908) Age 10
DS: Henry Howard Watson Jr. (1910) Age 8
DD: Magdalen "Maggie" Mary Watson (1912) Age 6
DD: Mallory Monica Watson (1914) Age 4
DS: Everett Abbott Watson (1916) Age 2



DD3: Mary Margaret Watson March (1886) Age 32

DH: Tracy Wyatt March (1883) Age 35-- Med Student
DD: Willa Violet March (1903 -1904) Deceased
DD: Myrna "Myrie" Daisy March (1908) Age 10
DS: Tracy Wyatt March Jr. (1910) Age 8



DS3: James DiGiorgio Watson (1890-1917) Deceased

DW: Neela Misra Watson (1892-1917) Deceased
DD: Dahlia Shivali Watson (1912) Age 6
DS: James DiGiorgio Watson Jr. (1917) Age 1



DD4: Eve Guinevere Watson Glass (1898) Age 20

DH: Peter Edward Glass (1891) Age 27
DD/DD: Virginia Eve/Frances Jane (1915) Ages 3

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 07:03 PM

May, 1918

It’s been a hard few years – not just for you but for the rest of the world as well. The War is still going strong with the occasional good news mixing in with all the reports of death and loss. You hate feeling so powerless – no matter how much time you spend volunteering at the Red Cross or how many rallies and speeches you participate in the fact of the matter is that the boys are still out there fighting. Or not fighting anymore in the case of some. Yes, the War has hit home for you as several close friends have lost sons, husbands and fathers. Why, your childhood friend, Scarlett, has lost her youngest son and one of her sons-in-law. And if that’s not enough, Nathaniel’s wife passed away directly after childbirth, leaving a precious baby boy named after his father and a very confused five-year-old behind.

But, their family is strong and they have lots of friends to help them through these hard times – including you.

Ethel moved with her children to Charlotte’s great big house, which is a great help to both of them, especially considering both of their oldest are nearly as efficient as any grown woman would be. It has also given Ethel time to figure out what to do now that she is widowed.

Theodore's wife, Annella moved herself and her children out of the city to Henry & Josephine's home. The women have quite a lot to do – running the store, wrangling nine children and keeping up Josie’s farm.

Both Eleanor & Stella have moved back home to help aging Scarlett & Theodore with Nathaniel’s orphaned children. Their four children help keep little Primrose occupied.

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The Gray Family
DH & DW Theodore Samuel & Scarlett Mason (1850 & 1864)


DD1 Charlotte Daisy Blackwell (1880)
DH: Frederick Maddox "Rick" (1873)
occupation: lawyer
DD: Alice Daisy "Allie" (1904)
DS: Frederick Maddox "Freddie" (1906)
DS/DS: Nathaniel Patrick "Nate" & Theodore Samuel "Theo" (1910)
DS/DS: James Arthur "Jamie" & Maxwell Gray "Max" (1913)
DD/DD: Lillian Ethel "Lily" & Louise Scarlett "Lulu" (1915)


DD2 Ethel Lucy Montgomery "Elle" (1881)
DH: Peter Thomas "Pete" (1882-1918)
occupation: accountant
DD: Cordelia Scarletta "Delia" (1905)
DS/DS/DS: Peter Thomas "Petey", William John "Will" & angel Charles Edward (1907; 1907-1907)
DD: Joanna Margaretta "Mamie" (1910)
DD: Matilda Delilah "Tillie" (1912)
DD: Paloma Edith (1914)


DS1 Theodore Samuel Gray (1883)
occupation: professor
DW: Annella Perry "Nella" (1893)
DD: Calla Maeve (1910)
DS: Theodore Samuel "Sam" (1911)
DD: Lillian Carly (1914)
DS: Arthur Mason (1916)


DS2 Henry Warren Gray "Hank" (1886)
occupation: dairy farmer
DW: Josephine Adelaide "Josie" (1886)
DD: Josephine Adelaide "Addie" (1908)
DS: Henry Warren "Howie" (1910)
DD: Sarah Molly "Sally" (1912)
DD: Elizabeth Margaret (1914)
DS: Everett Mason (1916)


DD3 Eleanor Molly March (1886)
DH: Marion Jonah (1883)
occupation: conductor
DD: Temperance Willow "Tempe" (1903 -1904)
DD: Mildred Lily "Millie" (1908)
DS: Marion Jonah (1910)


DS3 Nathaniel Mason (1890-1917)
occupation: pharmacist’s assistant
DW: Priya Singh (1892-1917)
DD: Primrose Asha (1912)
DS: Nathaniel Mason (1917)


DD4 Stella Briony "Stellie" (1898)
DH: Jack Christopher Graham (1891)
DD/DD: Anna Briony & Marie Johanna (1915)



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Posted 09 April 2012 - 11:21 PM

*****


May, 1918

It’s been a hard few years – not just for you but for the rest of the world as well. The War is still going strong with the occasional good news mixing in with all the reports of death and loss. You hate feeling so powerless – no matter how much time you spend volunteering at the Red Cross or how many rallies and speeches you participate in the fact of the matter is that the boys are still out there fighting. Or not fighting anymore in the case of some. Yes, the War has hit home for you as several close friends have lost sons, husbands and fathers. Why, your childhood friend, Lena, has lost her youngest son and one of her sons-in-law. And if that’s not enough, George’s wife passed away directly after childbirth, leaving a precious baby boy named after his father and a very confused five-year-old behind.

But, their family is strong and they have lots of friends to help them through these hard times – including you.

Beth moved with her children to Helen's great big house, which is a great help to both of them, especially considering both of their oldest are nearly as efficient as any grown woman would be. It has also given Beth time to figure out what to do now that she is widowed.

(Anna) moved herself and her children out of the city to Albert & Jenny's home. The women have quite a lot to do – running the store, wrangling nine children and keeping up Jenny's farm.

Both Nan & Emma have moved back home to help aging Lena & John Henry with George's orphaned children. Their four children help keep little Flora occupied.

The Brooks Family
John Henry & Helena Douglas (1850 & 1864)

Helen Rose (1880)

DH: Calvin Avery Hardin, Sr.(1873)
DD: Estella Rose (1904)
DS: Calvin Avery, Jr. (1906)
DS/DS: John Maxwell/James Henry (1910)
DS/DS: Alexander Brooks/William Oliver (1913)
DD/DD: Margaret Helena/Virginia Beth (1915)


Bertha Elizabeth (1881)

DH: James Harold Welsh, Sr. (1882-1918)
DD: Beatrice Eleanor (1905)
DS/DS/DS: James Harold, Jr./John Henry/Robert Edward (1907; 1907-1907)
DD: Louisa Marjorie (1910)
DD: Sylvia Elizabeth (1912)
DD: Paulina Anne (1914)


John Henry, Jr. (1883)

DW: Anna Lawrence (1893)
DD: Bella Kate (1910)
DS: John Henry, III (1911)
DD: Marie Helena (1914)
DS: Joseph Lawrence (1916)


William Albert (1886)

DW: Jenny Caroline Miller (1886)
DD: Jenny Caroline (1908)
DS: William Albert, Jr. (1910)
DD: Elizabeth Nan (1912)
DD: Mary Alice (1914)
DS: Andrew Miller (1916)


Anne Marie (1886)

DH: Leslie Thomas Beckwith, III(1883)
DD: Clara Florence (1903 -1904)
DD: Mildred Lily (1908)
DS: Leslie Thomas, IV (1910)


George Douglas (1890-1917)

DW: Padma Singh (1892-1917)
DD: Flora Devi (1912)
DS: George Douglas, Jr. (1917)


Mary Emma (1898)

DH: Eric Michael Griffey (1891)
DD/DD: Irene Emma/Rose Johanna (1915)


*****


John Henry (68) & Lena (54) Brooks - Helen (38), Beth (37), John (35), Albert (32), Nan (32), George (dec.) & Emma (20)
Avery (45) & Helen Hardin - Stella (14), Calvin (12), Max (8), James (8), Alex (5), Oliver (5), Virgie (3) & Meg (3)
Beth Welsh - Bea (13), Harry (11), Jake (11), Louisa (8), Sylvia (6) & Polly (4)
John & Anna (25)Brooks - Bella (8), Jack (7), Marie (4) & Joseph (2)
Albert & Jenny (32) Brooks - Carrie (10), William (8), Betsey (6), Alice (4) & Andy (2)
Tom (35) & Nana Beckwith - Millie (10) & Thomas (8)
Flora (6) & Douglas, Jr. (1) Brooks
Eric (27) & Emma Griffey - Irene (3) & Rose [i](3)


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Posted 02 October 2012 - 01:06 PM

The Sanders' Family
[As it was in the Year 1918]


Edward Jeremiah Sanders, b. 1850
Georgia Eliot Sanders, b. 1864

& their grown children,

Georgiana Marigold Sanders, b. 1880 [aged 38 years]
& husband, Frederick Whitney Mcdowell, b. 1873, an eager young banker under Edward
& their children,

Clarissa Marigold Mcdowell, b. 1904 [aged 14 years]
Frederick Whitney Mcdowell, Jr., b. 1906 [aged 12 years]
George Quincy Mcdowell, b. 1910 [aged 8 years]
Edward Jeremiah Mcdowell, b.1910 [aged 8 years]
Arthur Harold "Artie" Mcdowell, b. 1913 [aged 5 years]
Baxter Sanders Mcdowell, b. 1913 [aged 5 years]

Dorothy Jean Mcdowell, b. 1915 [aged 3 years]

Mildred Ellie Mcdowell, b. 1915 [aged 3 years]


Elberta Jean Sanders, b. 1881 [aged 37 years]
& husband, James Ernest York, b. 1882, d. 1917, a salesman for Upton Motor Company, died in war
& their children,

Eliza Georgette York, b. 1905 [aged 13 years]
Robert Alfred York, b. 1907 [aged 11 years]
Andrew Thomas York, b. 1907 [aged 11 years]
Charles Ernest York, b. 1907, d. 1907
Caroline Margarette York, b. 1910 [aged 8 years]
Vivian Mary York, b. 1912 [aged 6 years]

Pearl Helen York, b. 1914 [aged 4 years]

(Elberta and her children have moved in with Georgiana & her family since the death of her husband)

Edward Jeremiah Sanders, Jr., b. 1883 [aged 35 years], a minister
& wife, Hanna Stuart Sanders, b. 1893
& their children,

Rosalind Anne Sanders, b. 1910 [aged 8 years]
Edward Jeremiah Sanders, III, b. 1911 [aged 7 years]

Margaret Eliot Sanders, b. 1914 [aged 4 years]

Joseph Stuart Sanders, b. 1916 [aged 2 years]

(Edward Jr.'s family has moved in with Henry's family to help run the dairy farm in the men's absence).

Henry Warren Sanders, b. 1886 [aged 32 years], a dairy farmer
& wife, Alice Granger Sanders, b. 1886
& their children,

Alice Granger Sanders, b. 1908 [aged 10 years]
Henry Warren Sanders, Jr., b. 1910 [aged 8 years]
Beth-Anne Virginia Sanders, b. 1912 [aged 6 years]

Ariel Grace Sanders, b. 1914 [aged 4 years]

Ethan Granger Sanders, b. 1916 [aged 2 year]


Virginia Anne Sanders, b. 1886 [aged 32 years]
& husband, Leslie Calvin Colburn, b. 1883, a bricklayer
& their children,

Olive June Colburn, b. 1903, d. 1904
Myrna Rose Colburn, b. 1908 [aged 10 years]
Leslie Calvin Colburn, Jr., b. 1910 [aged 8 years]

(Virginia & family have moved in with parents to care for them and orphaned niece & nephew)

Raymond Eliot Sanders, b. 1890 d.1917, a pharmacist, died in war
& wife, Chandra Patil Sanders, b. 1892 d. 1917, died in childbirth
& their children,

Dahlia Anjali Sanders, b. 1912 [aged 6 year]

Raymond Eliot Sanders, Jr., b. 1917 [aged 9 months]

(Children now live with grandparents)

Mary Evangeline Sanders, b. 1898 [aged 20 years]
& husband, Phillip Walter Gaines, b. 1891, soldier
& their children,

Louise Mary Gaines, b. 1915 [aged 3 years]

Catherine Jone Gaines, b. 1915 [aged 3 years]

(Mary & her children have moved in with parents to care for them and orphaned niece & nephew)

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Posted 03 October 2012 - 01:10 PM

It’s been a hard few years – not just for you but for the rest of the world as well. The War is still going strong with the occasional good news mixing in with all the reports of death and loss. You hate feeling so powerless – no matter how much time you spend volunteering at the Red Cross or how many rallies and speeches you participate in the fact of the matter is that the boys are still out there fighting. Or not fighting anymore in the case of some. Yes, the War has hit home for you as several close friends have lost sons, husbands and fathers. Why, your childhood friend, Scarlett, has lost her youngest son and one of her sons-in-law. And if that’s not enough, Henry’s wife passed away directly after childbirth, leaving a precious baby boy named after his father and a very confused five-year-old behind.

But, their family is strong and they have lots of friends to help them through these hard times – including you.

Maria moved with her children to Charlotte’s great big house, which is a great help to both of them, especially considering both of their oldest are nearly as efficient as any grown woman would be. It has also given Maria time to figure out what to do now that she is widowed.

Anna moved herself and her children out of the city to Elliot & Cordelia's home. The women have quite a lot to do – running the store, wrangling nine children and keeping up with Cordelia’s farm.

Both Emily & Holly have moved back home to help aging Scarlett & Adam with Henry’s orphaned children. Their four children help keep little Daisy occupied.


*****

The Parker Family
Adam Jonah Parker & Scarlett Eden Parker (b. 1850 & 1864)

Charlotte Ivy (b. 1880)
DH: Calvin Maddox Bullock (b. 1873)
occupation: lawyer

DD: Sarah Ivy Bullock "Sally" (b. 1904)
DS: Calvin Maddox Bullock Jr. "Maddox" (b. 1906)
DS/DS: Jacob Spencer and Jonah Parker (b. 1910)
DS/DS: Thomas Henry and William Parker (b. 1913)
DD/DD: Lillian Maria and Catherine Scarlett (b. 1915)


Joyce Maria West "Maria" (b. 1881)
DH – Thomas Richard West (b. 1882-1918)
occupation: accountant

DD: Celia Charlotte West (b. 1905)
DS/DS/DS: James Arthur West, Peter Adrian West, Daniel Alfred West (b. 1907; Daniel Alfred West b. 1907 - 1907)
DD: Rachel Maggie West (b. 1910)
DD: Phoebe Abigail West (b. 1912)
DD: Piper Matilda West (b. 1914)


Adam Jonah Parker Jr. "Joey" (b. 1883)
occupation: minister

DW: Anna Monroe (b. 1893)
DD: Alana Claire Parker (b. 1910)
DS: Adam Jonah Parker III "AJ" (b. 1911)
DD: Alice Eden Parker (b. 1914)
DS: Albert Monroe Parker (b. 1916)


Elliot Warren Parker (b. 1886)
occupation: grocer

DW: Cordelia Madeleine Webster (b. 1886)
DD: Cordelia Madeleine Parker "Maddy" (b. 1908)
DS: Elliot Warren Parker Jr. "Warren" (b. 1910)
DD: Hannah Emily Parker (b. 1912)
DD: Emma Rachel Parker (b. 1914)
DS: Andrew Webster Parker (b. 1916)


Emily Rachel Beckam (b. 1886)
DH: Robin Joseph Beckham "Joseph" (b. 1883)
occupation: bricklayer

DD: Claire Hazel Beckham (b. 1903 - 1904)
DD: Edna Lily Beckham “Lily” (b. 1908)
DS: Robert Joseph Beckham "Robby" (b. 1910)


Henry Mason Parker (b. 1890-1917)
occupation: pharmacist’s apprentice

DW: Kali Parker (b. 1892-1917)
DD: Daisy Lila Parker (b. 1912)
DS: Henry Mason Parker (b. 1917)

Holly Evangeline Parker (b. 1898)
DH: Arthur William Garrett (b. 1891)
DD/DD: Elizabeth Holly and Margaret Jane "Lizzy and Maggie" (b. 1915)

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Posted 03 October 2012 - 05:36 PM

May, 1918

It’s been a hard few years – not just for you but for the rest of the world as well. The War is still going strong with the occasional good news mixing in with all the reports of death and loss. You hate feeling so powerless – no matter how much time you spend volunteering at the Red Cross or how many rallies and speeches you participate in the fact of the matter is that the boys are still out there fighting. Or not fighting anymore in the case of some. Yes, the War has hit home for you as several close friends have lost sons, husbands and fathers. Why, your childhood friend, Helena, has lost her youngest son and one of her sons-in-law. And if that’s not enough, Theodore's wife passed away directly after childbirth, leaving a precious baby boy named after his father and a very confused five-year-old behind.

But, their family is strong and they have lots of friends to help them through these hard times – including you.

Hilly moved with her children to Eleanor and Humphrey's great big house, which is a great help to both of them, especially considering both of their oldest are nearly as efficient as any grown woman would be. It has also given Hilly time to figure out what to do now that she is widowed.

Hanna and Leo moved themselves and their children out of the city to Eamon and Diana's home. The women have quite a lot to do – running the store, wrangling nine children and keeping up Diana's farm. It has been so hard with Eamon being wounded from his tour in the war.

Both Molly and Virginia have moved back home to help aging Leo and Helena with Theodore and Amita's orphaned children. Their four children help keep little Delphine occupied.


*****


The Carter Family
Leo & Helena (1850 & 1864)
~Virginia Daisy (1898)

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Eleanor Ivy (1880)

Humphrey Sanford Preston (1873) occupation: businessman
~Arabella Ivy (1904)
~Humphrey Sanford (1906)
~Arthur Sebastian // Leonard Archibald (1910)

~Thomas Henry // Maxwell Carter (1913)

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Hildegarde Sophia (1881)

Peter Nicholas London (1882-1917) occupation: accountant


~Matilda Helen (1905)
~Charles Augustus // James Adrian (1907); William Frederick (1907-1907)
~Beatrice Marjorie (1910)

~Lillian Eve (1912)

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Leo Archibald (1883) occupation: professor

Hanna Wallace (1893)
~Callista Maeve (1910)

~Leo Archibald (1911)

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Eamon Stuart (1886) occupation: dairy farmer

Diana Harriett Gardener (1886)


~Diana Harriett (1908)
~Eamon Stuart (1910)

~Tabitha Molly (1912)

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Molly Priscilla (1886)

Aubrey Owen Dunning (1883) occupation: clerk
~Danielle Fleur (1903 -1904)
~Mildred Rose (1908)
~Owen Aubrey (1910)

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Theodore Spencer (1890-1918) occupation: pharmacist’s assistant

Amita Patil (1892-1918)


~Delphine Jaya (1912)



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Posted 03 October 2012 - 09:30 PM

May, 1918

It’s been a hard few years – not just for you but for the rest of the world as well. The War is still going strong with the occasional good news mixing in with all the reports of death and loss. You hate feeling so powerless – no matter how much time you spend volunteering at the Red Cross or how many rallies and speeches you participate in the fact of the matter is that the boys are still out there fighting. Or not fighting anymore in the case of some. Yes, the War has hit home for you as several close friends have lost sons, husbands and fathers. Why, your childhood friend, Delilah, has lost her youngest son and one of her sons-in-law. And if that’s not enough, Samuel’s wife passed away directly after childbirth, leaving a precious baby boy named after his father and a very confused five-year-old behind.

But, their family is strong and they have lots of friends to help them through these hard times – including you.

Mehitable moved with her children to Delila’s great big house, which is a great help to both of them, especially considering both of their oldest are nearly as efficient as any grown woman would be. It has also given Mehitable time to figure out what to do now that she is widowed.

Annalie moved herself and her children out of the city to Patrick and Cordelia;s home. The women have quite a lot to do – running the store, wrangling nine children and keeping up Cordelia’s farm.

Both Priscilla and Arabella have moved back home to help aging Delilah and Michael with Samuel’s orphaned children. Their four children help keep little Samuel's occupied.


The King Family
DH: Michael Oliver & DW: Delilah Juliet (1850 & 1864)


DD1 Delila Rose Parrish (nee King) (1880)

DH: Calvin Maddox Parrish (1873) occupation: lawyer
DD: Louisa Rose Parrish (1904)
DS: Calvin Maddox Parrish (1906)
DS/DS: Benjamin Tobias Parrish & Theodore Michael Parrish (1910)

DS/DS: James Paul Parrish & Dexter King Parrish (1913)

DD/DD: Florence Jane Parrish & Catherine Delilah Parrish (1915)


DD2 Mehitable Jane England (nee King) (1881)


DH: Henry Jasper England (1882) occupation: entrepreneur
DD: Cecily Delyla England (1905)

DS/DS/DS: James Nicholas England, Henry Jasper England & Paul Thomas England (1907; 1907-1907)

DD: Rachel Marge England (1910)

DD: Florence Lydia England (1912)

DD: Prudence Matilda England (1914)


DS1 Michael Oliver King (1883) occupation: professor

DW: Annalie Monroe King (1893)
DD: Arabella Claire King (1910)

DS: Michael Oliver King (1911)

DD: Mary Lilah King (1914)

DS: William Monroe King (1916)


DS2 Patrick Solomon King (1886) occupation: storekeeper

DW: Cordelia Rosalind King (nee Sailor) (1886)

DD: Cordelia Rosalind King (1908)

DS: Patrick Solomon King (1910)

DD: Noa Priscilla King (1912)

DD: Paula Selene King (1914)

DS: Ethan Sailor King (1916)


DD3 Priscilla Sara Everhart (nee King (1886)

DH: Aubrey Theo Everhart (1883) occupation: bricklayer

DD: Constance Olive Everhart (1903 -1904)

DD: Irma Violet Everhart (1908)

DS: Aubrey Theo Everhart (1910)


DS3 Samuel Neil King (1890) occupation: pharmacist’s assistant

DW: Amala Jain King (1892)

DD: Lily Abha King (1912)

DS: Samuel Neil King (1917)



DD4 Eve Arabella Gorson (nee King) (1898)
DH: Jack Alexander Gorson (1891)
DD/DD: Alice Eve Gorson & Edna Jeanne Gorson (1915)

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Posted 06 October 2012 - 12:35 AM

May, 1918

It’s been a hard few years – not just for you but for the rest of the world as well. The War is still going strong with the occasional good news mixing in with all the reports of death and loss. You hate feeling so powerless – no matter how much time you spend volunteering at the Red Cross or how many rallies and speeches you participate in the fact of the matter is that the boys are still out there fighting. Or not fighting anymore in the case of some. Yes, the War has hit home for you as several close friends have lost sons, husbands and fathers. Why, your childhood friend, Natalia, has lost her youngest son and one of her sons-in-law. And if that’s not enough, Alexander’s wife passed away directly after childbirth, leaving a precious baby boy named after his father and a very confused five-year-old behind.

But, their family is strong and they have lots of friends to help them through these hard times – including you.

Shirley moved with her children to Natalie’s great big house, which is a great help to both of them, especially considering both of their oldest are nearly as efficient as any grown woman would be. It has also given Shirley time to figure out what to do now that she is widowed.

Ana moved herself and her children out of the city to Louis & Lucilla’s home. The women have quite a lot to do – running the store, wrangling nine children and keeping up Lucilla’s farm.

Both Amelia & Mary have moved back home to help aging Arthur & Natalia with Alexander’s orphaned children. Their four children help keep little Clover occupied.

The Beck Family
DH & DW: Arthur Zachary & Natalia Timothy (1850 & 1864)

DD1 Natalie Rose(1880)
DH: Casper Tillman (1873)
DD: Lillian Rose (1904)
DS: Casper Tillman (1906)
DS/DS: Nicholas Isaac / Arthur Zachary (1910)
DS/DS: John William / Hendrix Beck (1913)
DD/DD: Marie Louisa / Louise Natalia (1915)

DD2 Shirley Louisa (1881)
DH: George Leopold (1882-1918)
DD: Cordelia Talie (1905)
DS/DS/DS: William Edgar / James Edmund / George Frederick (1907; 1907-1907)
DD: Anna Marjery (1910)
DD: June Mary (1912)
DD: Piper Catherine (1914)

DS1 Arthur Zachary (1883)
DW: Ana Stanley (1893)
DD: Rosalind Joan (1910)
DS: Arthur Zachary (1911)
DD: Dorothy Natalie (1914)
DS: Albert Timothy (1916)

DS2 Louis Walt (1886)
DW: Lucilla Rosalind (1886)
DD: Lucilla Rosalind (1908)
DS: Louis Walt (1910)
DD: Elizabeth Amelia (1912)
DD:
Angela Mary (1914)
DS:
Arnold Poet (1916)

DD3 Amelia Marie (1886)
DH: Tray Jonah Purnell (1883)
DD:
Julia Jessamyn (1903 -1904)
DD:
Griselda Willow (1908)
DS:
Tracy Jonah (1910)

DS3 Alexander Timothy (1890-1917)
DW: Gita Bandyopadhyay (1892-1917)
DD:
Clover Malati (1912)
DS:
Alexander Timothy (1917)

DD4 Mary Viviette (1898)
DH: Eric William Garfield (1891)
DD/DD:
Ruth Mary / Louise Johanna (1915)

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Posted 25 May 2013 - 11:30 AM

May, 1918

It's been a hard few years -- not just for you, but for the rest of the world as well. The War is still going strong with the occasional good news mixing in with all the reports of death and loss. You hate feeling so powerless -- no matter how much time you spend volunteering at the Red Cross or how many rallies and speeches you participate in, the fact of the matter is that the boys are still out there fighting. Or not fighting anymore in the case of some. Yes, The War has hit home for you, as several close friends have lost sons, husbands and fathers. Why, your childhood friend, Eliza, has lost her youngest son and one of her sons-in-law. And if that's not enough, Nicholas's wife passed away directly after childbirth, leaving a precious baby boy named after his father, and a very confused five-year old behind.

But, their family is strong and they have lots of friends to help them through these hard times -- including you.

Shirley moved with her children to Elizabeth's great big house, which is a great help to both of them, especially considering both of their oldest are nearly as efficient as any grown woman would be. It has also given Shirley time to figure out what to do, now that she is widowed.

Anette moved herself and her children out of the city to Edmund & Nancy's home. The women have quite a lot to do -- running the store, wrangling nine children and keeping up Nancy's farm.

Both Alice & Eve have moved back home to help aging Eliza & Martin with Nicholas's orphaned children. Their four children help keep little Heather occupied.

The Cook Family
Martin Arthur & Eliza Owen (1850 & 1864)

Elizabeth Rose (1880)
DH: Rupert Faulkner Blackwell (1873) -Lawyer
DD: Charlotte Rose (1904)
DS: Rupert Faulkner, Jr. (1906)
DS/DS: Samuel Isaac/Martin Arthur (1910)
DS/DS: Joseph Donald/Maximillian Cook (1913)
DD/DD: Anna Faith/Lillian Owen (1915)

Shirley Faith (1881)
DH: Peter William Irish (1882-1918)
DD: Mirabel Bethany (1905)
DS/DS/DS: Charles Geoffrey/Henry Philip/Albert Lionel (1907; 1907-1907)
DD: Joanna Margeretta (1910)
DD: Adelaide Abigail (1912)
DD: Piper Catherine (1914)

Martin Arthur, Jr. (1883) -Superintendent
DW: Anette Sinclair (1893)
DD: Rosalind Claire (1910)
DS: Martin Arthur, Jr. (1911)
DD: Louise Elisabeth (1914)
DS: Paul Sinclair (1916)

Edmund Clarence (1886) -Grocer
DW: Nancy Caroline Abbott (1886)
DD: Nancy Caroline (1908)
DS: Edmund Clarence, Jr. (1910)
DD: Judith Alicia (1912)
DD: Adele Jean (1914)
DS: Andrew Abbott (1916)

Alice Jane (1886)
DH: Robin Garrett Sommers (1883) -Bricklayer
DD: Lucy Brook (1903-1904)
DD: Joyce Rain (1908)
DS: Robin Garrett, Jr. (1910)

Nicholas Owen (1890-1917)
DW: Amita Nagarkar (1892-1917)
DD: Heather Amala (1912)
DS: Nicholas Owen, Jr. (1917)

Eve Clarissa (1898)
DH: John Frederick Goodman (1891)
DD/DD: Florence Evelyn/Virginia Ivanna (1915)




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