(4)In regards to supply a family with home spun clothes... For the N.C. region: I have seen documents that "witness" families in both situation; not able to make
(7)Thanks, all. Silly Sisters it is! On Mon, May 25, 2015 at 12:20 PM, 'Bonnie St. James' email@example.com ... -- Make a Fast Friend, Adopt a Greyhound!
(4)Meryl, I'm so sorry it is too late for Dr. Lecat to see l'Hermione. What a wonderful connection you have to this beautiful ship. Let me know if you have any
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(6)Thanks, Auntie B, and all others for your posts on this subject. It is most informative! I'm especially grateful for the suggestions on websites that offer
(7)Quick note: Estate inventories - 18th cent - mostly mention tubs and sundries. 1820s/1830s - wills begin mentioning "wash tubs" as different from "wash pots",
(18)Here is one example for a code 1750 Pisa: "It is not permissible to enter into such Baths without underpants or other 'fimile'" This is a "you should" - a
(4)Chuck, You could talk to Jeannie Lewis (the WIg Dresser) about what to do. Shealso shared a FB page recently that does theatrical wig styling which I will try
(24)Lynne, I am in the Huntington (NY) Militia. We are a non military unit and we are also a member unit of the BAR. There are other militia units in same.
(11)Oh, Carol - now, I see the problem. I spend my 9-5 hours explaining local municipal ordinances to residents so I automatically include a reason for why you
(6)Martha, I listed these 2 books as I was asked the source of a quote I gave. I listed both of them as I am not sure which of the two contained the quote. Meryl
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