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Mary Queen of Scots - The Final 24 Hours
by Marcella Mayfair

Language

English

Pages

140

Publication Date

August 18, 2017

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<b> 8th February 1587, by mid morning Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots will be dead </b><br /><br />This is the story of the final 24 hours of the life Mary, Queen of Scots. From the news that after nineteen years in prison she would be finally going to her death, to the final moments of drama on the scaffold at Fotheringhay.<br /><br />The story is told in a dramatic minute by minute countdown which ends with the botched blows of the executioner. <br /><br />The tale is told from the viewpoints of the major players in the events:<br /><br />Francis Walsingham - the man's life over the last fifteen years was to gather evidence incriminating Mary Queen of Scots. Finally, his moment of triumph had come. <br /><br />William Cecil - like Walsingham he was fearful of the catholic threat and at the head of that was Mary Stuart... her death would be the end of it all. <br /><br />The Earl of Shrewsbury - Earl Marshall of England and Mary's longest serving jailor. How would he react when he gave the news to the woman he had fallen in love with that she was going to die? <br /><br />Sir Amyas Paulet - Mary's final jailor and the man responsible for the preparations for her death. <br /><br />Elizabeth I - the fabled queen whose throne that Mary so desired, and the woman who wanted no responsibility for the death of her cousin.<br /><br />And of course... <br /><br />Mary, Queen of Scots herself. How did she feel as she walked those final steps to her death? <br /><br /><br />
Historic Theaters of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley (Landmark...
by Sean T. Posey

Language

English

Pages

144

Publication Date

August 21, 2017

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From the days of the gaslit opera houses through the era of the drive-in, the Mahoning Valley�s theatrical culture has thrived. The finest theaters in northeastern Ohio rose with the manufacturing might of the Steel Valley. The Warner brothers, who started their careers in Youngstown, opened their first theater in New Castle, Pennsylvania, and celebrities from Katharine Hepburn to Red Skelton graced local stages. The finest vaudevillians and the lovely ladies of burlesque were always a ticket away. Take a trip back to the Park Burlesque and the opulent Palace Theater and revisit the theater culture of Warren and Trumbull County. Author Sean T. Posey traces the evolution of modern cinema through the rich local history of the Mahoning Valley.
Dixie Witches: 9 True Southern Witch Trials
by CL Gammon

Language

English

Pages

84

Publication Date

August 18, 2017

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This book is not about witch stories. It is a recounting of a few witch trials. Judges presided over some of these trials in courts of law; church officials conducted others. Some of those accused of witchery faced brutality and torture and some remained outcasts after their trials. On the other hand, many of the southern witches won their cases and some of them received damages from their abusers. <br />In those cases where the accused stood before church leaders and their respective congregations, the penalty for witchcraft was excommunication. One can argue that a church proceeding is not a trial, but most major sects (the Presbyterian for instance) refer to excommunication proceedings as trials. One must also remember that in centuries past, many considered separation from the church a very severe punishment indeed. <br />The author is not very interested in the specific activities of individuals accused of being witches. Of course, he had no choice but to relate the “evidence” witnesses gave against these men and women accused of bewitching their neighbors. This includes allegations of supernatural activities. However, if the reader expects fanciful stories of witches practicing their demented, demonic black arts, he will be disappointed. <br />The author is interested in the reactions of those who suspected witches in their midst. Thus, he looks closely at how persons behaved when confronted with the specter of witches in their communities. These reactions reveal a great deal about persons of that time – and of this time too. <br />The author had scores of cases from which to choose, but he made a point of concentrating on cases with which most readers are not well acquainted. Of course, in the communities in which these trials occurred, these cases are famous. There was no need to present many similar cases of witch trials. The nine cases related here are enough to give a good picture of witch trials in the American Southland.<br />Beyond the nine trials related here, the author has added several chapters amplifying upon the subject. These chapters will provide the reader with a feel for how our ancestors viewed witchery and how they attempted to combat it. <br />The author has placed these cases in chronological order. They span a period of more than two centuries. Where possible, the author depended upon official court and church documents in recounting these cases. He also relied upon letters, newspaper accounts and other materials produced at the time the cases took place. The author tried to remain detached, even-handed, and serious in the presentation of these cases. However, some of the witch trials contained humorous elements that he could not resist including. <br />Finally, the author reminds the reader that in the times these trials took place (between 1626 and 1859); a large number of people believed witchcraft was real and evil – the work of the Devil. To these people, a witch acting at the behest of the Devil was as real – and as dangerous – as any wild beast. <br />Sometimes the motivations of those accusing their neighbors of being witches had nothing to do witchcraft. Instead, many men and women faced accusations of witchcraft because someone wanted to do them harm and believed that a charge of witchery was the best means of achieving that purpose. One could debate whether fear and ignorance was more justifiable than a mere attempt to gain revenge, but that is a discussion for another time.
Family Genealogy Queries: LLOYD LORD LOTT & Others (Southern Gen...
by R. Stephen Smith

Language

English

Pages

33

Publication Date

August 17, 2017

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The family information in this book comes from a genealogy magazine published during the 1990s, now out of print. Contents of this brief volume include all queries from the magazine mentioning individuals or families surnamed <b>LLOYD </b>(<b>LOYD</b>, <b>LOYDE</b>) (with 13 queries total), <b>LORD </b>(<b>LOARD</b>) (6 queries), <b>LOTT </b>(6 queries), or <b>LLEWELLYN </b>(2 queries), as well as <b>LORANCE</b>, <b>LLOUVIER</b>, <b>LOY</b>, <b>LOYAL</b>, <b>LOREEN</b>, and <b>LORREINS </b>(with 1 query apiece).<br /><br />The focus is on families in the southern United States.<br /><br />Genealogy queries such as these have long been a means for family researchers to share information. Although these queries were written by persons seeking information, the wealth of detail in them could prove valuable to you if you're working on the same names or lines.<br /><br />Typically, queries include information on births, deaths, marriages, children of a given couple, family migrations, etc. Some trace several generations of one family. Some even include colorful family stories passed down through the years!<br /><br />Note: If you aren't sure if the information in this book will be useful to your particular family research, why not borrow and read it for free with a Kindle Unlimited subscription?<br /><br />Other surnames occurring incidentally in the queries reproduced in this volume include ABERCROMBIE, ACREE, ADAMS, AKIN, ALEXANDER, ALLEN, ARDOUIN, ARLOT, ARLUT, AUSTIN, AYERS, BABCOCK, BADEAU, BAKER, BANKS, BARBER, BARBIER, BARNETT, BAUDIN, BAYER, BEAUCHAMP, BELCHER, BENTLEY, BEST, BLACK, BOGGS, BOSSIC, BRANDON, BREVARD, BROUGHTON, BROWN, BUGG, BUNDICK, BUREL, BURELLE, CARROLL, CAULEY, CHEEK, CHESHIRE, CLARKSON, COCKE, COGBURN, COKER, COLEMAN, COLLIN, COLLINS, CORNWALLIS, COSTE, COURDRE, COX, CRAIG, CRAPPS, CRAWFORD, CRENSHAW, CRIBBS, CRUTCHER, CUNNINGHAM, DAVIDSON, Di LEUTI, Di LIETTO, DIXON, DOZIER, DREW, DUNCAN, EASLEY, EASTES, EASTRIDGE, EDGE, EDMONDSON, EDWARDS, ESTES, ESTRIDGE, EVANS, FAISON, FALKNER, FARMER, FINGER, FISHER, FORD, FORMBY, FOUST, FRYER, GALLOWAY, GARDINER, GARRETT, GARRISON, GEORGE, GILBERT, GILL, GLADNEY, GOOD, GRANT, GREEN, GRIERSON, GRIMES, HALL, HAM, HARDIN, HARDMAN, HARDY, HARRELLSON, HARRIS, HAWKINS, HAY, HENDERSON, HENDRICK, HENDRICKS, HENRY, HICK, HICKLE, HICKS, HILL, HOGUE, HOLLADAY, HOLLINGER, HOLLINSWORTH, HOLLOWAY, HOLT, HOPE, HORTON, HOUSTON, HOWELL, HUDSON, INGRAM, JACKSON, JARRETT, JOHNSON, JOHNSTON, JONES, JORDAN, JOURDON, JOYCE, JOYNER, JUSSAN, JUZAN, KEMP, KERR, KESLER, KILBY, KING, KNIGHTEN, KNOX, LAIRD, LAKE, LAND, LARD, LaVAU, LEACH, LEHMAN, LEITH, LENON, LEOPARD, LIDE, LITTLEBERRY, LOCK, MADDEAUX, MADDEN, MADDOX, MARABLE, MARESCHAL, MARSHALL, MARTIN, MASON, MATHES, MATHEWS, MATINIER, MATTHEWS, McADAMS, McCONNELL, McCORKLE, McCREE, McDANIEL, McGOWEN, McKNITT, McLEAN, McPHERSON, MEEKINS, MENI, MILES, MILLER, MINYARD, MIZE, MOBLEY, MONIAC, MOODY, MOORE, MORGAN, MORMON, MORRIS, MORROW, MULLOY, MURRAY, NELSON, NEWBERRY, NORRIS, NORTON, NUNNELLY, OGLETREE, OLIVER, ORD, OVERTON, PARENT, PATTERSON, PAYNE, PENIX, PERRIN, PERRY, PHIFER, PHILLIPS, PICKARD, PIERCE, PINSON, PITMAN, PLESS, POLK, POOLE, POSEY, PRESLEY, PRICE, PROTHRO, PUGH, PULLIAM, RANDALL, REEVES, ROMAN, ROUSSEL, RUSHTON, RUSKINS, RUSSELL, RYE, SAUTRAIS, SCOTT, SELLERS, SHARROCK, SHEPPARD, SIMMONS, SINGLETON, SMITH, SOLES, SORROW, SPURLIN, STAFFORD, STANLEY, STOVALL, STRICKLAND, STROBLE, STULL, SUMMERS, TARBUTTON, TAYLOR, TERRY, THOMAS, THOMPSON, TILLMAN, TODD, TRAIL, TRUDEAU, UNDERWOOD, USSERY, VANIER, VESTAL, VICKERS, VIEN, VIENNE, VISON, WALKER, WEEKS, WHEELER, WHITE, WHITFIELD, WICKLIFFE, WILKINS, WILLIAMS, WILSON, WOOD, WOODARD, WORK, WORKE, YATES, and YOUNGER.
Family Genealogy Queries: LOGAN LOFTIS & Others (Southern Genealo...
by R. Stephen Smith

Language

English

Pages

31

Publication Date

August 18, 2017

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The family information in this book comes from a genealogy magazine published during the 1990s, now out of print. Contents of this brief volume include all queries from the magazine mentioning individuals or families surnamed <b>LOGAN </b>(with 12 queries total), <b>LOFTIS</b> (<b>LOFTUS</b>, <b>LOFTICE</b>) (5 queries), <b>LOGSDON </b>(<b>LOGSDEN</b>) (5 queries), <b>LOFTIN</b> (<b>LOFTON</b>, <b>LOFTEN</b>) (3 queries), or <b>LOGGINS</b> (2 queries), as well as <b>LOFLIN</b>, <b>LOGANS</b>, <b>LOGSTON</b>, <b>LOIGNON</b>, and <b>LOHEC </b>(with 1 query apiece).<br /><br />The focus is on families in the southern United States.<br /><br />Genealogy queries such as these have long been a means for family researchers to share information. Although these queries were written by persons seeking information, the wealth of detail in them could prove valuable to you if you're working on the same names or lines.<br /><br />Typically, queries include information on births, deaths, marriages, children of a given couple, family migrations, etc. Some trace several generations of one family. Some even include colorful family stories passed down through the years!<br /><br />Note: If you aren't sure if the information in this book will be useful to your particular family research, why not borrow and read it for free with a Kindle Unlimited subscription?<br /><br />Other surnames occurring incidentally in the queries reproduced in this volume include ACTON, AIKEN, AKIN, ALLEN, ANDRO, ARMSTRONG, BAILEY, BAKER, BEDIN, BELL, BENNETT, BISHOP, BLACK, BLAKE, BOARD, BOND, BOON, BOSAGE, BOSARGE, BOUZAGE, BOWDEN, BOWEN, BOWLES, BOYAS, BRACKETT, BREWER, BRIGHT, BROWN, BRYANT, BURKHEAD - LOFLIN, BURROW, CATO, CHAMBERS, CHAPPELIER, CLARK, CLARY, COLE, COX, CRINER, CROLL, CUNNINGHAM, DEAN, DEASON, DERLING, DEROAN, DEROUAN, DeROUEN, DORVAN, DROIN, DRONIN, DROUAN, DROUIN, DROUYN, DUDLEY, DUESING, DUNAGAN, DURANT, DURBIN, DURHAM, EDGERTON, EGERTON, ELAM, ELKINS, EMMICK, ESTES, FINE, FINICAL, FISHER, FLAHERTY, FLEMING, FORTUNE, FOX, FREEMAN, GABBERT, GIST, GOREE, GREEN, GREENWELL, GRIMES, GRYMES, HAGOOD, HALL, HAMMOND, HAMPTON, HANBY, HANSFORD, HANWAY, HARALSON, HARE, HEADY, HENLEY, HENRY, HICKMAN, HILL, HOPEWELL, HORTON, HOULDER, HUDDLE, HUDSON, HUFF, HUGHES, HUNT, HUTCHINSON, HUTCHISON, JARBOE, JENNINGS, JOHNSON, JOHNSTON, JONES, KEEN, KEENE, KEIGHTLY, KEITH, KELLY, KILLINGSWORTH, KING, KNIGHT, LANDRY, LEE, LELEUX, LEWIS, LINDER, LINDSAY, LONGBOTTOM, LUCKETT, LYNCH, MANN, MARTIN, MASTIN, MATTINGLY, MAXWELL, McALPIN, McCULLOUGH, McELROY, McGHIE, McMEANS, MERCER, MEWBORN, MIGEZ, MIGUEZ, MILLER, MILLIKEN, MILLS, MITCHEL, MITCHELL, MOORE, MULL, MULLINS, NELMS, NEWMAN, NUNLEY, OTTS, PAINTER, PARKER, PARSONS, PATTERSON, PERRY, PHELPS, PICKARD, PITTS, PLEMMONS, POOL, POOLE, POPE, POWELL, PRICE, RATHER, REACH, REDD, REED, RHOADS, RHODES, RICE, RICHEY, RIGSBY, ROBERTSON, ROBY, ROGERS, ROOKER, SELF, SEXTON, SHEHAN, SHEHORN, SHEPHERD, SHINGLEBOWER, SIMON, SLOAN, SMITH, SPURRIER, STARKES, STROCK, SWIHART, SWINHEART, SYMPSON, TAMER, TAYLOR, TERRELL, THERIOT, TICHENOR, TOLER, TOMER, TONG, TUCKER, TUMY, TURNHAM, VANIER, VATOR, VIOLETT, WALL, WALTON, WARE, WATERS, WEAVER, WEBER, WHEATLEY, WILSON, WINFIELD, and ZIMMERMAN.
Family Genealogy Queries: LUNSFORD LUNCEFORD LUNDAY LUTTRELL & Ot...
by R. Stephen Smith

Language

English

Pages

34

Publication Date

August 16, 2017

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The family information in this book comes from a genealogy magazine published during the 1990s, now out of print. Contents of this brief volume include all queries from the magazine mentioning individuals or families surnamed <b>LUNSFORD </b>(<b>LUNCEFORD</b>) (with 9 queries in total), <b>LUNDAY </b>(<b>LUNDY</b>) (4 queries), <b>LUTTRELL </b>(4 queries), <b>LUTHER </b>(4 queries), <b>LUPTON </b>(3 queries), <b>LUSK </b>(3 queries), <b>LUNN </b>(2 queries), <b>LUPO</b> (2 queries), or <b>LUTEN</b> (<b>LUTON</b>) (2 queries), as well as <b>LUNA</b>, <b>LUNIGAN</b>, <b>LURTY</b>, <b>LUSHINGTON</b>, and <b>LUTZ</b> (with 1 query apiece).<br /><br />The focus is on families in the southern United States.<br /><br />Genealogy queries such as these have long been a means for family researchers to share information. Although these queries were written by persons seeking information, the wealth of detail in them could prove valuable to you if you're working on the same names or lines.<br /><br />Typically, queries include information on births, deaths, marriages, children of a given couple, family migrations, etc. Some trace several generations of one family. Some even include colorful family stories passed down through the years!<br /><br />Note: If you aren't sure if the information in this book will be useful to your particular family research, why not borrow and read it for free with a Kindle Unlimited subscription?<br /><br />Other surnames occurring incidentally in the queries reproduced in this volume include ADAMSON, ADCOCK, ALBRICHT, ALEWINE, ARTHUR, BAKE, BAKER, BALL, BARNARD, BARNETT, BARRETT, BAXTER, BILLINGSLEY, BISHOP, BLACKWELL, BLAIR, BLALACK, BRIANT, BROOKS, BROWN, BRYANT, BUFFINGTON, BUNCH, BURNS, CALLENDER, CAMPBELL, CARRIER, CARTER, CASTLE, CATTERLIN, CHILES, CLARK, CLARKE, CLEMENTS, COLEMAN, COLLET, COLLETT, COLVARD, COONEY, COURTNEY, COX, CRABTREE, CRAFT, CRAIG, CRUMP, CULLEY, CULVER, CUNNINGHAM, DAIR, DARE, DAVENPORT, DAVIS, DENNISON, DICKS, DILLON, DIXON, DODD, DODSON, DOOLEY, DUNN, DWIGGINS, EARLY, EASLEY, EDWARDS, ELLIOT, ELLIOTT, ELLIS, ELMORE, EMMONS, EVANS, FAITH, FANCHER, FARNSWORTH, FAUST, FEBIGER, FINDLY, FOARD, FORD, FOXWORTHY, FRAZIER, FULCHER, FULFORD, FULLER, FURR, GADDY, GALLAHER, GATLIN, GENTRY, GILBERT, GILLIKIN, GILMORE, GLENN, GORUM, GRAHAM, GRAVES, GRAY, GREGORY, GUTHRIE, HALL, HARRISON, HENRY, HERMANN, HERRMANN, HIGDON, HILCHER, HILLMAN, HOFFMAN, HOLLOWAY, HOLTZ, HOPPE, HORNBECK, HUFF, HUIT, HUMPHREYS, HUNT, HYDEN, IRBY, ISBELL, JEWELL, JOHNSON, JOINER, JONES, KING, KUGEL, LANIGAN, LATHAM, LAWLEY, LEWIS, LONG, LYNCH, MARSHALL, MARTIN, MAY, McCORMAC, MERCER, MEREDITH, MERRITT, MEYERHOFF, MILAM, MILLER, MORGAN, MORRIS, MURRAH, MURRY, MUSE, MYERS, NELSON, NETTLES, NEWMAN, NEWTON, OATES, ORR, PAGE, PEARSON, PENN, PERRY, PHELPS, PHILLIPS, PIERSON, PITTMAN, PORTER, POTTER, PRICE, PRIDGETT, PURCELL, RAE, RAY, REEVES, RICE, ROBINSON, RODGERS, ROSE, RUTLEDGE, SALTER, SCALLORN, SELLERS, SHANKS, SHEELEY, SHELTON, SIMPSON, SMITH, SPEIDEL, SPIDEL, SPIVEY, STANLEY, STEFFEN, STEPHENS, STOTTS, STOUT, STREET, SWOPE, TATE, TATOM, TAYLOR, THOMPSON, THORNHILL, TODD, TRACEY, TUCKER, VONCANNON, WALKER, WALLACE, WATTLES, WEBB, WEBBER, WELLS, WHITE, WICK, WILLEMAN, WILLIAMS, WILLIMAN, WILLIS, WILLISTON, WINFREY, WODY, WOODY, WOOTEN, WRIGHT, and YOUNG.
History of Clay County, Missouri
by W. H. Woodson

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English

Pages

Publication Date

August 18, 2017

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Clay County is a county located in the U.S. state of Missouri. Its county seat is Liberty. The county was organized January 2, 1822, and named in honor of U.S. Representative Henry Clay from Kentucky, later member of the United States Senate and United States Secretary of State.<br /><br />This is a reproduction of a book believed to be published in 1920. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process.
An American woman's plea for Germany
by Helen Bridgman

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English

Pages

Publication Date

August 20, 2017

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An American woman's plea for Germany 44 pages
GHOST TOWN 4: The Meaning of Tranquility
by Randy McNutt

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English

Pages

Publication Date

August 20, 2017

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When the Civil War began, Tranquility was a tiny but prosperous town in the middle of a great sea of green in rural Adams County, Ohio. The owner of the local store, John T. Wilson, had built a brick "mansion" there, complete with an escape tunnel behind the main room's wall. This was to allow runaway slaves to escape from the other side of the house if bounty hunters forced their way into Wilson's home. Tranquility, on one of the Underground Railroad's main escape routes, wasn't far from the Ohio River. Wilson was a larger-than-life character in his town and county. He was a U.S. congressman and the richest man in the county--a millionaire when a million really meant something. He organized a local unit to fight in the war, and Tranquility's men fought at major campaigns. Sadly, the town just petered out over the years. Wilson died. The war ended. The place hung on until the mid-1900s, when it became a ghost town. The photo of the cover, with author Randy McNutt, shows an abandoned store in Tranquility. Though the little town is nothing but a house or two and a lot of hills, it is a symbol of the Union's drive to win the Civil War and restore America. "Ghost Town 4" is Randy McNutt's latest venture into the back roads of America. He is the author of "Finding Utopia," a travel narrative and history of travels in search of missing Americana.
The Red triangle in the war zone
by Edward Marshall

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English

Pages

Publication Date

August 20, 2017

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The Red triangle in the war zone. 16 pages

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