I've never sang this song while caroling, but when ever I hear it on the radio it makes me feel giddy and I can't help but sing along.... I only like hippopotamusses!
So I challenge you to release your inner child and sing along!
|This little cutie is my grandfather.|
|Took this picture of a plane identical to the one I was |
sitting on that took me to Pocatello.
Dear Father & Mother,
on the anaversary of
your 39th wedding
day. May you both
see many more &
happy ones. Hope you
are both feeling better.
Love to all Lovingly Alice
20 belowLet me know if you can make it out.
|The New York Times, Aug 8, 1864, page 5|
Augusta Piggott was my 3rd great-grandaunt. She never married.
PIGGOTT-- On Saturday evening, Aug 6, AUGUSTA PIGGOTT.The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend her funeral, from the Meeting-House, Milton, Ulster County, N. Y., on Tuesday, Aug. 9, at 10 o'clock A. M.
|Grace Ellen Poulsen & Calvin Buck Smedley|
I Thomas Teddeman of Dover in the county of Kent, Mariner being sicke and weake of Body but of sound and perfect memory (Praised be God therefore I Do make and ordaine this my last will and testament in manner and forme following (that is to say) First I doe will and bequeath unto my sister Katherine and her heires forever my messuage with the Garden and appurtennts there unto belonging scituate and being in the parish of St. James the Appostle in Dover afore said And the summe of ffifty pounds of lawfull money of England to be paid by my Executor Alsoe I doe will and give to John Taylor my said sisters sonne the summe of ffifty pounds of lawfull money of England to be paid att his age of Twenty one yeares and proffitt thereof to be paid in the meanetime to his mother Towards his maintenance and Education Alsoe I doe will and give to Mary my said sisters daughter the summe of Tenn pounds of like English money to be paid att her age of Twenty one yeares and I doe appoint my Executor to put out the same And the use and proffitt thereof to be paid in the meane time to her mother towards her maintenance and Education And if either of my said sisters children shall dye before the age of Twenty one yeares the survivor of them to have the portion afore men-tioned of him or her soe dying Item I doe will and bequeath unto Mary Katherine and Alice Teddeman daughters of my loving Brother Edmond Teddeman the sume of Sixtie pounds a peice of lawfull money of England To be paid by my Executor Alsoe I doe will and give unto my said Brother Edmond Teddeman and his heirs forever All my Lands and Tenements att ffolkestone and Whitfeild in the said County And allthe Rest and residue of my personall Estate he paying my debts legacies and ffunerall Expences And of this my last will and Testament I doe hereby make and ordaine my said brother Edmond Teddeman my Full and sole Executor Revoaking every former will by me in my life made In witnes whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seale this Thirtieth day of August Anno Dom' 1675. The mark of Tho Teddeman /Signed sealed and Published in the presence of Alyce Stratfold Willi Stratfold /
On the 4th of the Month called March 1683, at Horslydown, the Friends, being kept out of their Meeting-house, were assembled after their usual Manner in the Street, when the Constables came and took away William Shewin, Anthony Tomkins, Joseph Wase, Edmund Tiddeman, Richard Post, Thomas Lurting, Joseph Rawbone, John Bridges, John Holliday, George Bradford, Edmund Curle, and Percival Parsons, whom they carried before William Spiers, a Justice at the Bridge-house, who committed them all to the Counter in Tooly-street as Rioters.
1683 April 4. Do. William WELCH of London, merchant, to Edmond TIDEMAN of Redrith, Co. of Surrey, mariner, for 1-12 of a share of the Province, to contain at least 1,600 acres.*
|Thomas Teddeman by Peter Lely, 1666, |
part of the Flagmen of Lowestoft series