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Linked By Lengnicks: Lena Wood Lengnick

Edward Jr.’s parents were Emil Edward and Pauline (Lena) Wood Lengnick.

Lena presented a paper to the Clover Club, and you can find a copy of her work, “Beaufort Memoirs” at the Beaufort District Collection in the Beaufort County Library in Beaufort. 161 more words

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More borrowed pictures on old toys "Madamme Blue"

I am in love with these fine samples of old kitchens belonging to my friend Dorthe Lohmann. She has collected the small items over a long period of time at markets. 108 more words

Childhood

Linked by Lengnicks

If you’ve been following the story of Georgia Bateson, an orphan of Savannah, you’ll know that we’ve been solving her life story from 1870-1956. We learned that she married Albert Carl Lengnick. 650 more words

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Crossing the Atlantic in 1842: Christopher Remington Bateson

Christopher Remington Bateson of Lancashire, England, was the first Bateson to cross the Atlantic from England to America. I’m not exactly sure of the date of the crossing, but we know that he was in New York by 1839 because of a New York City Directory. 106 more words

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Georgia on My Mind: Part Three

Sometimes things are easy.

And y’all know that sometimes they are not.

I was worried about Georgia Bateson Lengnick’s death certificate. You can take a look at the death cert by clicking here –  494 more words

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Kaiser Wilhelm- a neglected child & WWIl

I am reading Margaret Mac Millans book on WWI ” The War that ended all Peace”. She gives a thorough description on the men in charge of the involved countries. 826 more words

Childhood

Georgia on My Mind, Part Two

Julie in Brussels, a dedicated Bateson researcher, found a website for the state of Missouri and its digital heritage.

Did I mention that Julie is a persistent genius? 302 more words

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