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Tidwell Family Crest - my paternal family which I have traced back to 1438 in Derbyshire, England - Richard Tidwell 1st (my 7x great-grandfather) came to America from Denstone, Staffordshire, England in 1657. At age 22 Richard was the first Tidwell on record in America - the record is a land grant by which Richard Nelmes received 200 acres on 21 Nov 1657 for the transportation of Richard. Richard Tidwell was indentured for 5 years and given a large amount of land.

Serrano Coat of Arms / Serrano Family Crest The surname of SERRANO was a Provencal and Italian topographic name for someone who lived or on.

Chambers Family Crest / Chambers Coat of Arms. Husband's 6th great, James Chambers, born 1728 in Argyll, Scotland. Died age 100, in Owen Co., IN., USA.

Koch Coat of Arms / Koch Family Crest This surname KOCH is of German origin, an occupational name, one who prepared food, a chef.

The Nine Satanic Sins (Note: when he mentions "magic" he's not actually speaking of spellcasting, etc. etc.  It's a nickname for a type of psychological manipulation expounded upon in the book).

I'm not a satanist, but I find this interesting - The Nine Satanic Sins (Note: when he mentions "magic" he's not actually speaking of spellcasting, etc. It's a nickname for a type of psychological manipulation expounded upon in the book).

Hobbs Coat of Arms / Hobbs Family Crest

Hobbs Coat of Arms / Hobbs Family Crest - The surname of HOBBS was a baptismal name 'the son of Robert'. This name was originally composed of the elements HROD (renown) and BERHT (bright and famous).

Explorers spent twelve hours in the buried city and resurfaced only after the oil in their lamps burned low. “No end to the wonders of the discovery was reached,” the article stated. “A further extended search will be made in a day or two.” No record of the extended search could be found.

MISSOURI'S BURIED CITY.; A STRANGE DISCOVERY IN A COAL MINE NEAR MOBERLY.

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[At an archery range, England, 1870s.] From The Illustrated London News (New York Public Library)

[At an archery range, England, From The Illustrated London News (New York Public Library)

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