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"Aunt Viannah" Blevins with wheel at the Blevins homestead in the Station Camp Creek area of Scott County, Tennessee.

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Bedfordshire, Blunham Alabaster effigy of Susan, wife of Charles Earl of Kent, a daughter of Sir Michael Longueville, who died in 1620; with her two sons kneeling over her. They lived in a 17c house opposite the church now a butchers shop Alternatively she is listed as Susanna (Grey), daughter of Charles, 7th Earl of Kent and wife of Sir Michael Longueville,

Henry VIII & his wives ~ finally and exhaustively! All we have to add is that these three Queens were relatives ( Boleyn, Howard, Parr), all these three could be beheaded (Parr was very close to execution and murder), all these three were, probably, the most beloved wives of Henry VIII of England.

  • Janet Triffitt

    History remember - divorced, beheaded, died, divorced beheaded survived!

Daughters of Jake Blevins, Elitha Blevins Thomas and Arbanna Blevins, demonstrate use of spinning wheel. Scott County, Tennessee

Wife and child of one of the settlers near Old Ragged Mountains, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia

Privy, North Carolina, 1914-1915Credit: North Carolina State ArchivesThe less well-off would have made do with a simple outdoor privy.

  • Charlotte Kyllonen

    My grandparents lived in the country and had a 2 seater until the early early 60's. Darn scary at night.

May, 1951 - Billy Graham and his wife, Ruth, are shown at their home in the mountains in Montreat, NC. (Rudolph Vetter / The Commercial Appeal)

good Tennessee pics from member Kamoshika on

Photographer Lewis Hine’s original caption: “Scott's Run, West Virginia. Miner's child - This boy was digging coal from mine refuse on the road side. The picture was taken December 23, 1936 on a cold day; Scott's Run was buried in snow. The child was barefoot and seemed to be used to it. He was a quarter mile from his home. 1936 - 1937.”

Vintage- Brickley's Little Store, Scott County, VA