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Go with the Flow on Edisto

Sugar and I are at the Ernest F. Hollings ACE Basin Wildlife Refuge on Edisto. We’ve been to Edisto a few times to go to the Presbyterian Church’s graveyard (of course), the museum (they sell books!), and the Lawton-Seabrook Cemetery (we have a grave disease). 145 more words

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Slow Edisto

We’re on Edisto Island at the Ernest F. Hollingsworth ACE Basin National Wildlife Refuge. And we’ve spotted a rice trunk.

There’s an excellent resource here… 175 more words

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A famous, but rather forgotten Dane in the United States

Jacob Riis. A police reporter and photographer in New York at the height of his career about 1890.

He was born in Ribe, a little but famous town in Denmark, in 1849 and died worn out in Massachusetts in the United States in 1914. 1,187 more words


Major Edward Percival Lawton, 1863-1929

He’s Sugar’s grandfather.

I don’t know much about him, and neither does Sugar.

He had a military career, and traveled the world on military and business matters. 66 more words

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Linked By Lengnicks: Lewis Wood Lengnick

Lengnick, Lewis Wood    (card 1/1)

BG   April 27, 1981     p. 12

Best copy available.



Lewis Wood Lengnick, 74

died Friday at LaJolla, Calif.

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Linked By Lengnicks: Emilie Guerard Lengnick

Lengnick, Emilie                (card 1/1)

BG          March 3, 1966    p. 2


Funeral services for Miss

Emilie Guerard Lengnick of

1411 Bay St., were Wednesday…

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Linked By Lengnicks: Emil Edward Lengnick, Sr.

Lengnick, Emil Edward (card 1/2)

BG          November 12, 1942         p. 1




E. E. Lengnick Buried


Emil Edward Lengnick, sixty-

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