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Most of the aptronyms listed here hinge on the last name rather than the full name, which Dr. and he’s paired with Jeff Chen as part of the series of “celebrity crosswords” that the Times started last year. Mississippi Familiesby Jeannette Holland Austin, 12 pages Genealogies and family notes... South Carolina Families By Jeannette Holland Austin, 64 pp. Adams of Richland County, Anderson of Greenville County, Baker of Marion County, Blackstock of Greenville County, Cleveland, Collins of Kershaw County, Compton of Newberry County, Crenshaw of Laurens County, Dickson of York County, Gee of Georgetown, Godbold of Craven County, Gordon of Chester County, Guerry , Heath of Pendleton District, Human, Jackson of Edgefield County, Jay of Newberry County, Knighton of Fairfield County, Lightner of Newberry County, Love of Abbeville Counry, Mann of Berkley County, Mc Call of Cheraw District, Miles of Marion County, Miller of Lancaster County, Owens of Marion County, Page of Marion County, Pike of Charleston, Prince of Union County, Reeves of York County, Rumph of Orangeburg County, Seal of Fairfield County, Stegall of Pickens County, Strange of Spartanburg County, Surrency of Cheraw District, Whelchel of Cherokee County and Word of Laurens County. Benton of Montgomery County, Billingslea of Cecil County, Compton of Frederick County, Compton of Charles County, Cooper, Evans of Prince George County, Hall of Prince George County, Hall of Somerset County, Howard of Ann Arundel County, Huff of Frederick County, Human, Kennerly of DOrcester County, Layfield of Somerset County, Moore of Anne Arundel County, Perkins of Harford County, Sherrill of Augusta County, Shockley of Somerset County, Spiers of Baltimore County, Spohn of Frederick County, Tull of Somerset County, Waller of Somerset County. See Table of Contents for Names Pennsylvania Families. Genealogies and family notes: Bankston of Montgomery County, Castleberry of Germantown, Cunningham of Carlisle, Fincher of Chester County, Leitner/Lightner of Lancaster County, Mc Call of Cumberland County, Moon of Bucks County, Perkins of York County, Stice of Philadelphia and Spohn of Washington County, Pennsylvania. Legends, Traditions and Laws of the Iroquois, or Six Nations, and History of Tuscarora Indian by Elias Johnson. A collection of 419 Bibles from the 1920's and 1930's by owners who are not deceased. George Mc Connell, Sheriff, came from PA to Elk Garden, Virginia, then to Scott County; his descendants Memoires D'Outre-Tombe (1814-1815) of Francois-Rene, Vicomte De Chateaubriand (1904).
The ten starred clues reveal entries in which the first letter has been changed: Is this constructor’s name a pen name? toe.” But he or she or they have had a CHE byline, so not a pseudonym!
And each of the Across themers relates to comedy, another “cracking wise” angle. Five things: This week’s puzzle starts off with a note: “The Replacements” is a 2000 film with characters who serve as replacement football players.
The other themers are FUNNY OR DIE crossing AYAS/Avias, DRY SENSE OF HUMOR crossing ELYS/Elvis, EVERYBODY’S A COMEDIAN crossing AYS/Avis and OYD/Ovid, THE LAUGH FACTORY crossing EYTE/Evite, YO MAMA JOKE crossing YCTOR/victor, and I WAS ONLY KIDDING crossing DEYSE/devise. In this puzzle, I replaced 10 characters to spell out an apt phrase.
Oglethorpe, Paulding, Putnam, Sumter and Talbot Counties. 2 Volumes Andersonville by John Mc Elroy - Stories of the Prisoners Atlanta City Directory, 1941, partial Biographical Memorials of James Oglethorpe by Thaddeus Mason Harris Biographical Sketches of the First Settlers to Georgia by Jeannette Holland Austin Brunswick City Directories, 1890, 1892 Camden County World War I Service Records (1917-1919), Army, Navy, Marines Christ Church Parish (St. Simons Island, Georgia - Frederica Darien City Directory 1892 Gazatteer of Georgia 1888 Georgia Obituaries 1740-1935. The effort was to locate every existing newspaper record which survived. 150 bibles records (6,098 names) Mostly, they came from folders at the Georgia States Archives, my own collection, etc. Kentucky Families by Jeannette Holland Austin, 20 pages. Callaway, Ligon of Morganfield, Love of Caldwell County, Moore of Christian County, Stice of Warren County, and Taylor. Missouri Families By Jeannette Holland Austin, 16 pp. A collection of 419 Bibles from the 1920's and 1930's by owners who are not deceased. Virginia Families By Jeannette Holland Austin, 134 pp. Listed alphabetically for easy finger-tip reference. Includes births and deaths, regiment, rank, where buried, obituaries, names of widows, children, parents, place of residence, battles A History of the Moravian by Joseph Edmund Hutton A Short History of Scotland by Andrew Lang A Sketch of the History of Oneonta by Dudley M. Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield, 1694-1773, had a fate generally misunderstood. Johnson, a poor scholar but in the prime of life, seems to have mistaken a delay in an interview, and to have abused his lordship very soundly ever afterward.
An Historical Account of the Rise and Progess of the Colonies of South Carolina and Georgia by Alexander Stewart. Abstracted the deaths from the earliest Georgia newspapers extant found stacked away in courthouse basements, public libraries, and on microfilm. Boyett off Moss Point, Collins of Amite County, Day, Freeman of Jasper County, Hopkins, Lea, Miller of Simpson County. New Jersey Families By Jeannette Holland Austin, 34 pp. North Carolina - South Carolina Bible Records by Jeannette Holland Austin, 244 pp. A compilation of 23,350 confederate soldiers, from obituaries and cemeteries, including many major National cemeteries. First Whiteman of the West: Daniel Boone History of the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of Michigan Hochelagans and Mohawks: A Link in Iroquois History by W.