History by Perrine

Conway cousins with John Thomas Conway's 7 seater Chandler Auto c 1915 cropped
c 1915 John Thomas Conway family with Chandler auto North College Hill, Ohio
1st Christian Burnet TX, Perrines and Rose Easter Sunday
2006 – Ollie, Jane and George Perrine, Diane Perrine Coon, Rose Villard at Burnet TX Easter Sunday at First Christian Church
Anne Vance Perrine d 1843 Perrine Corners PA tombstone
Anne Vance Perrine d 1843
Wm Perrine 1753-1839 Perrine Corners Mercer Co PA tombstone
William Perrine 1753-1830

 

 Family History – arrival in U.S.A.

1663 – Perrine, c 1700 Vance, 1743 Haag/Hawk, 1625 Clark,  1625 Bearce/Bierce, 1738 Willems/Williams/ Lenae Lenape

1650 Conway, 1663 Hougland, 1640 Tuttle, 1630 Ford, 1720 Peters, 1623 Vannest 

David, George Alexander, Aaron Hawk, c 1880 Civil War Vets
David, George Alexander, Aaron Hawk, c 1880 139th PA Civil War Vets
Peters Cousins, Brothers, Sisters, Ezra & Lillian
Ezra and Lillian Hodge Peters 50th Anniversary Cincinnati Ohio

 

Tiny Teacups – Chapter One

Stories from 1938-2009 Our Family Odyssey – People, Places, Events and Photos

Tiny Teacups – Chapter Two

1942-2009 Wartime and Peacetime: Lt. Commander George Bierce Perrine, M.D. US Navy, Maple Avenue in Pewee Valley, Kentucky, Cornell University and Grad School(s)

Tiny Teacups – Chapter Three

1650-1920 – Conways to Wiccomico River in Virginia, to Hunters Bottom, Kentucky, to Uniontown, Indiana, to North College Hill, Ohio

1663-1875 – Houglands to New Amsterdam, to Millstone River, New Jersey, to Hunters Bottom, Kentucky, to Uniontown, Indiana

Tiny Teacups – Chapter Four

1665-1950  Chasing the Perrines across America from Staten Island to New Jersey to Pennsylvania to Ohio to Pewee Valley Kentucky

1748-1912 The Haag/Hawks pioneers in Western Pennsylvania

Tiny Teacups – Chapter Five

Cousins, Aunts, Uncles, Family Gatherings

History of Ohio River Valley

 

Aurora seen from Ferry Slip, near Petersburg
Aurora, Indiana, on Ohio River
Little KY River 2, Henry Bibb Trail
Little Kentucky River near Carrollton

Finding Shoofly

Magistrates of Mason County

Arthur St. Clair’s Defeat

Country Stores of Kentucky

 African American Family History

Fitler Store in 1927 floot
Red Store at Fitler in 1927 Flood

Finding Fitler, Mississippi

Henry Bibb Trail

Villard/Johnson/Jenkins Family

Slavery and Underground Railroad

Union FWB church, Flat Rock pref. site adj
Union FWB Church, Flat Rock, Ripley Co, Indiana

Rail Road House Secret Cellar

 

 

 

 

 

 

UGRR in Southeastern Indiana

Slavery, Anti-Slavery and UGRR in Shelby Co, Kentucky

Signals & Tokens of UGRR

Reconstructing UGRR at Madison, Indiana

Automobile Tour of UGRR Sites in Ripley County, Indiana

Automobile Tour of UGRR Sites in Boone County, Kentucky

Elijah Marrs

 

Church History

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St. James Episcopal Church, Shelbyville, Kentucky

Illustrated History of St. James, Shelbyville

American Jesus, illustrated

Sacred Space, Sacred Sound

Spiritual Gifts from World Religions

 

Academic Papers

Inquisition France, Italy and  Germany

Chapman Harris and St. Paul’s Baptist C hurch

Reconstructing the Underground Railroad in Trimble County, Kentucky

Land Speculation in Mason County, Kentucky

Merchants of Clark County, Indiana

Contrast between  Reactions to Fall of New York in 1776 and the Fall of Philadelphia in 1777

Encyclopedia Articles

Slavery

Abolitionists

Anti-Slavery

Emancipationists

Underground Railroad in Boone, Gallatin, Carroll Counties

Rowlett's Grocery Milton KY Trimble Co on postcard
Rowlett’s Grocery Milton KY Trimble Co on postcard

County Stores

Sold to the Chattachochee River trade, book by Neville and Mue
Fannie Fearn at Columbus on Chattochochee River Neville and Mueller

Fearn Family    Hunters Bottom Kentucky

Hougland Family

Carroll County Schools

St. Peter’s Lutheran Church

Kentucky Humanity Council Talks

Country Stores of Kentucky

Researching the Underground Railroad

Underground Railroad Routes and Operations

Tokens and Signals of the UGRR

Freedmens Bureau in Kentucky

Hunters Bottom

Finding Shoofly

Databases

Manumissions: Shelby County Kentucky

Fugitive Slave Ads Kentucky

Country Store Merchants

Freedmen Bureau Teachers in Kentucky

Freedman Bureau Schools in Kentucky

Fugitive Slave Census – Michigan, Canada

Early African American Churches in North and Central Kentucky