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Amanuesnsis Monday-History of Dresden Presbyterian Church 1819-1919/Part 2/

Amanuensis Monday – An Amanuensis is a person employed to write what another dictates or to copy what has been written by another.  The following History will be presented in 6 parts each one being posted on Monday.  This is a … Continue reading

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Maritime Monday/Capt. David Smith

Capt David C. Smith was christened on 8 May 1832 Dundee, Angus, Scotland to Alexander and Jean Nicholl Smith. I know very little of his early life, the few pieces that I do have come from a letter written by his cousin, … Continue reading

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Surname Saturday-Smith 1829 Aberdeenshire Scotland

Eeee gads SMITH!  Yah  I am  going to venture into one of my Smith families. This is the family that I mentioned earlier in Treasures In Letters. Ellen Smith wife of Byron Kaye is my problem child. There are a … Continue reading

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Treasures in Letters

Do you have any old  letters laying around your house?  Have you read them? No, I mean have you really read them! I was given a copy of a letter that was written by my second great grandmother (Ellen Smith … Continue reading

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