|David Reese (#47131508)|
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At first the ferry was just a hollowed-out log canoe in which Henry Baker (my 9th GGF) carried wayfarers across the Delaware River from Bucks County, Pennsylvania, to New Jersey. Horses had to swim and tired travelers were put up in the Baker home. Nearly a century later, in December 1776, General George Washington set up headquarters in a mansion near the prosperous tavern that had replaced Baker's house. In The Tavern at the Ferry, Edwin Tunis recreates the people, houses, and artifacts -- indeed, the whole way of life -- of a vital period in our country's history with his lively text and more than 100 meticulous and evocative pencil-and-wash drawings. He depicts the rhythms of daily life in pre-Revolutionary America, from cooking, eating, and drinking to farming and fishing, and describes how such enterprises as flax oil mills and ironworks operated.|
Through Henry Baker (1634-1701) and his family, Tunis tells the story of America's growth in the colonial period and the growing dissatisfaction of its citizens with British rule. More than just set the scene, The Tavern at the Ferry chronicles the dramatic story of the events leading up to Washington's crossing of the Delaware and the ensuing Battle of Trenton, a turning point in the War of Independence. The weeks and days before the crossing were full of intrigue, and Tunis follows the stories of such men as John Honeywell, the patriot double-agent, and Moses Doan, the would-be betrayer, as well as those of the tired but determined troops who turned the tide of war under Washington's leadership. Whether illustrating a dance at a country tavern or soldiers marching across a snow-covered field, The Tavern at the Ferry provides the small, vivid details that bring history to life.
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|Heather King||RE: My Family|
firstname.lastname@example.org I put to many d's try this email if it still does not work try email@example.com
|Heather King||My Family|
Mr. Reese I have found that John Cowgill and Bridget Croasdale are my 9th great grandparents. I would love a copy of the marriage certificate and certificate of removal from england. If you could email me at firstname.lastname@example.org I would gratly appreciate it.
Thank you, Heather King
|J L||RE: DeGraffenreid/DeGraffenreed Family|
Thank you for all of the wonderful work you have posted on our family line. I can tell it represents many years of research!
Added by J L on Jul 23, 2016 12:18 PM
|jessie paulk||Sarah Stearns Paulk|
Can you tell me the source for this unmarked grave being in the Alexander Cemetery. Need data for SAR and DAR applications. Contact me at email@example.com.
Her husband Pvt Micajah Paulk is not buried in Union Primitive Baptist Church, his son Micajah is.
|Stephen D. Chanko||Wingfield Ancestors|
David, I would love to correspond further with you about the Wingfield family. It appears you have a long Wingfield ancestry and would love to correspond further with you via email. I am currently the Vice-President of the Wingfield Family Society and would like to contact you. If you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org I would be most appreciative. Thank you for your time and assistance. Regards, Stephen
|GeekEnVogue||John Johnston #147834206 ancestry|
I am hoping you can fill in some holes in researching my ancestor, John Johnston. He is posted as #147834206. John is a big puzzle piece missing in my research. I need to know your sources for the following info:
(1) That Thomas of Craig Johnston (#46787199) and Mary Irvine (#46787378) are his parents. You have linked to them from those ID numbers as his parents.
(2) That John is the brother of James Johnston #46786799. You have linked him as a sibling.
(3) You don't have this on their ID, but do you happen to know the wife of John? She would also be the mother of William Johnson #136901366.
The links you have belong to "Gathering Roots" which unfortunately is not accepting messages.
Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated.
|emma lutkin||RE: Andrew Likins Memorial|
You are very welcome. Andy was a great man and somebody I looked up to. I have a lot to thank him for. We lost touch for a while so I was not aware he had passed away until a few months ago when I tried to track him down. I am sorry for your loss
|Carol deGraffenried||deGraffenried, Thomas Pritchett|
David there is now a cemetery and tombstone photo for Thomas. He is buried in Mount Hope Cemetery, Franklin, Williamson Co. TN (148167672)
|Cynthia Davison||Squibb / Johnson|
Are you related to Caleb Squibb & Susannah (Johnson) Squibb that are buried in Quaker Knob Cemetery in Rheatown, TN?
They are my ancestors. If you are related I would love to talk.
my email is email@example.com
Cynthia (jeffries) Davison
|L Evans||RE: Fulton Krivobok Memorials|
Your most welcome .... I know how much I appreciate caring for family who have passed on...
Blessings on Your Day,
Added by L Evans on Apr 24, 2016 11:54 AM
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