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Toby James with his daughters Myrtha, Edna and Mauranee. Lincoln, Nebraska, c.1915, by John Johnson -- Click for "Lost & Found Again: Photos of African-Americans on the Plains" ~Repinned Via Brent

Toby James with his daughters Myrtha, Edna and Mauranee. Lincoln, Nebraska, c.1915, by John Johnson -- Click for "Lost & Found Again: Photos of African-Americans on the Plains" ~Repinned Via Brent

Great Smoky Mtns Natl Park,  Photo, Jack E. Boucher. In 1866 John Walker & Margaret Wiley married and moved into this two-story log house, built by Margaret's father and brothers. Here the couple farmed and raised 11 children. 6 of the Walkers' daughters never married, and lived as spinsters on the farm for decades. In April 1962, only two of the women remained in the house. Margaret Jane (seated), born in 1870, died later that year; Louisa Susan (standing), born in 1882, died two years…

Great Smoky Mtns Natl Park, Photo, Jack E. Boucher. In 1866 John Walker & Margaret Wiley married and moved into this two-story log house, built by Margaret's father and brothers. Here the couple farmed and raised 11 children. 6 of the Walkers' daughters never married, and lived as spinsters on the farm for decades. In April 1962, only two of the women remained in the house. Margaret Jane (seated), born in 1870, died later that year; Louisa Susan (standing), born in 1882, died two years…

Harriet Rebecca Lane Johnston was born May 9, 1830 and died July 3, 1903. She was the niece of bachelor President James Buchanan, and acted as First Lady of the United States (1857 - 1861). She was one of the few women to hold the position of First Lady while not being married to the President

Harriet Rebecca Lane Johnston was born May 9, 1830 and died July 3, 1903. She was the niece of bachelor President James Buchanan, and acted as First Lady of the United States (1857 - 1861). She was one of the few women to hold the position of First Lady while not being married to the President

Eliza Mary "Molly" Wilson, ca. 1864. Molly was the recipient of Union Soldier James Love's letters during the Civil War. Read the letters, each published 150 years after it was written, at historyhappenshere.org. ©Missouri History Museum

Eliza Mary "Molly" Wilson, ca. 1864. Molly was the recipient of Union Soldier James Love's letters during the Civil War. Read the letters, each published 150 years after it was written, at historyhappenshere.org. ©Missouri History Museum

Wedding Wednesday: Vaught Rasor Marries Mary Arnold #geneabloggers #genealogy

Wedding Wednesday: Vaught Rasor Marries Mary Arnold #geneabloggers #genealogy

William Bell    As strange as it sounds, William Bell was caught stealing some beef and was sent to Newcastle City Gaol.    Age (on discharge): 32  Height: 5.5¾  Hair: Brown  Eyes: Light Blue  Place of Birth: Newcastle  Status: Married  Occupation: Blacksmith    These photographs are of convicted criminals in Newcastle between 1871 - 1873.    Reference: TWAS: PR.NC/6/1/1131

William Bell As strange as it sounds, William Bell was caught stealing some beef and was sent to Newcastle City Gaol. Age (on discharge): 32 Height: 5.5¾ Hair: Brown Eyes: Light Blue Place of Birth: Newcastle Status: Married Occupation: Blacksmith These photographs are of convicted criminals in Newcastle between 1871 - 1873. Reference: TWAS: PR.NC/6/1/1131

Morgan twins: Thelma, Viscountess Furness and Gloria Vanderbilt, 1932 Thelma was a mistress of Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII, later Duke of Windsor) by Dorothy Wilding

Morgan twins: Thelma, Viscountess Furness and Gloria Vanderbilt, 1932 Thelma was a mistress of Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII, later Duke of Windsor) by Dorothy Wilding

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