Category Archives: Relatively Speaking (musings)

That Old Time Religion

Campmeetings are in my heritage.  I have some sad news about a fire at the Alton Bay Conference Center in NH.  See my post at Journaling the Journey that includes information about the fire and the Campmeeting with links to … Continue reading

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Unique Baby Names

Recently a walk through an old local cemetery I came across some truly unique names.  The Christian names  (given names, first names) of folks were truly reminiscent of the times which the people had lived. Names like Elihu, Eloda, Sewell,  … Continue reading

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“I borrowed from all, without any exception. I am sewn between ancestry and posterity. I am a drop of water in a flowing river of time; a molecule in a mountain; a cell in a great family tree.” Oliver Wendell … Continue reading

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