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#52Ancestors in 52 Weeks: Loss

My great-grandparents, Arthur T. Cook and Dollie Allison, had nine children who lived to adulthood, and those children gave their parents 26 grandchildren, that we know of, including my mother, Zenova Cook Hahn. They all lived – or are living … Continue reading

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#52Ancestors in 52 Weeks: In the Kitchen

The first person I thought of when I saw this week’s prompt was my grandmother, Malzie Elizabeth Silcox Hahn. She was my dad’s mother and an amazing cook. Now, I’m not talking about gourmet cooking. It was ordinary food, but … Continue reading

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My Great-Grandmother Annie Olive Givens

So far, this is the only photo I have identified of Annie Olive Givens Silcox. She is holding her son John D. “Jay” Silcox (1924-1995). Annie is my great-grandmother. She was born around 1903 to John David Givens (1867-1941) and … Continue reading

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My Great-Grandmother Maggie Cooper Hahn

This is a photo of Rev. Theodore Hahn and his wife Mary Margaret “Maggie” Cooper (1886-1967). Maggie was the daughter of Henry Merrit Cooper and Sarah Elizabeth Givens, who was the daughter of Joseph Harvell Givens and Mary Susan Holland. … Continue reading

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#52Ancestors in 52 Weeks: Uncertain

I am uncertain about the identity of my great-great-great grandfather Silcox. Note: Or at least I was uncertain when I wrote this. When you get to the bottom, you’ll find I’ve added an update. I’m uncertain about a lot of … Continue reading

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