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Civil War Widow - Cynthia Gayneau / The Bucks (4) - Buckaroo Rendez-vous (CD, Album)

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  1. WINNEMUCCA — Three buckaroos from the Great Basin were inducted into the Buckaroo Hall of Fame on Friday at the Winnemucca Convention Center.
  2. Board of Directors ( - ) The Bucks County Civil War Museum and Library, a subsidiary of The Bucks County Civil War Round Table, Inc., is led by a Board of Directors which includes elected members acting as President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer and Asst. Secretary Treasurer.
  3. History of the Bucks County Civil War Round Table During the Civil War, the th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment from Bucks County was encamped on Morris Island, South Carolina for eighteen months. At the time, the bread provided by the Union army was of very poor quality and considered inedible.
  4. Oct 11,  · Colonel Jonathan Buck was the founder of a town called Bucksport, Maine, known as Buckstown during his life. Colonel Buck founded in the town in and was a well-known war hero. For most of his life, he was an admired town leader. However, there were some dark things looming in .
  5. Rogger Stauffer of Sellersville submitted this photo. He writes: “This picture is of my great-grandparents, Amelia M. (Savacool) and Benjamin F. Althouse. The year of the picture is either or Ben was born in and Amelia in They were married in May , after Ben served in the Civil War. They lived in Perkasie and had
  6. Bucks County Civil War Museum & Library, 32 North Broad Street, Doylestown, PA, , United States () 32 North Broad Street, Doylestown, PA () Bucks County Civil War Museum & Library AM to PM Every Saturday.
  7. Some of the children’s birth year’s have been confirmed. According to the census, Margaret was born , Sarah was born , Mary was born and William was born [3] According to James, Jr.’s gravestone, he was born in [4] This year, however, seems much too early to match with the ages of the other children.
  8. Mar 07,  · During Women’s History Month we celebrate the achievements of notable women, including three who called Bucks County home: Pearl S. Buck, Dorothy Parker, and Margaret Mead. Pearl S. Buck, Author and Humanitarian () “You cannot make yourself feel something you do not feel, but you can make yourself do right in spite of your feelings.” [ ].

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