Pages2012 Reunion MinutesAboutASQ Meeting Handout for Pivot TablesBernreuther FamilyClaude Montjoy Knives For SaleContact UsDronesInterestsBMW MotorcyclesCompact TractorsFishing in AlaskaHandmade Hunting KnivesLewis FamilyLewis Family Crest PotteryLewis Reunions2008 Reunion2009 Reunion2010 Reunion Information with Minutes2011 Lewis Reunion with Minutes2012 Reunion – July 14, 20122013 Reunion Invitation with 2012 MinutesBefore 2008First Reunion May 1912My Lewis Family History (book is now published)Chapter 1 – OverviewChapter 10 – Robert Lewis of BelvoirChapter 11 – Robert Lewis of GranvilleChapter 12 – Robert of MecklenbergChapter 13 – Samuel Howell LewisChapter 14 – Children of Samuel Howell Lewis14a. Benjamin Darnell Lewis14b. Robert Lewis14c. William Baugh LewisChapter 15 – Children of Robert Lewis of Stonefort15a. Henrietta Lewis Kelly15b. (Joshua Samuel) Howell Lewis15c. Florence Lewis15d. Jennie Lewis Kelley15e. John Henry Lewis15f. (Seth) Albert Lewis15g. Oliver Lewis15g.1 Beulah Marguerite Lewis DeVard (Aunt Bea)15h. Oscar Lewis15i. Cora June Lewis Green15j. (Robert) Ira Lewis15k. Ellis Raymond Lewis15k.6 William B LewisChapter 16 – Children of William Baugh LewisChapter 16a – “Pope County” Robert LewisChapter 2 – Early OriginsChapter 3 – Welsh InformationChapter 4 – Rhys GochChapter 5 – Richard Lewis (grandfather of John the Emigrant)Chapter 6 – Lewis ap Richard (Lewis Prichard, Prickett, Ryckett)Chapter 7 – John Lewis of Monmouthshire (Emigrant John)Chapter 8 – Major John LewisChapter 9 – Councilor John LewisOverview – Lewis Family HistoryMy Short Lewis Lineage 1592 – TodayRecent Photos Of Various Lewis Family MembersMy Favorite PottersDick Lang, Alfred, NYHavill PotteryKay Brooks, Belmont, NYMarsha Van Vlack, Whitesville, NYSommerville Pottery, Pulteney, NYOther Family HistoriesBond (my maternal grandmother) Family HistoryCrank Family (my paternal grandmother)Fitz Randolph Family (my Mother’s maiden name)Alois Preston “Pressy” Fitz RandolphAsa Fitz RandolphAshby Fitz Randolph and Ruth Content Bond RandolphAppendix A — Memories from Family MembersAppendix B — Descendants of Ashby F. Randolph and Ruth Content Bond RandolphAppendix C — Mom’s Poem and Dad’s SongChapter 1: Ashby’s Childhood MemoriesChapter 2: Ruth’s Childhood MemoriesChapter 3: Young Adults–Education, Work, and Early TeachingChapter 4: Our Wedding and Early Married YearsChapter 5: Ashby’s Illness–1938-39Chapter 6: More Memories of Teaching YearsChapter 7: Memories of Retirement YearsAutobiography Of Alois Preston Fitz RandolphChapter 1 – Family ConnectionsChapter 10 – Some Young People Who Grew Up With MeChapter 11 – Our ChildrenChapter 12 – More Teaching Experiences in Ritchie CountyChapter 13 – Elmo Born, Moving to SalemChapter 14 – The Salem Years — 1914-1925Chapter 15 – We Move To Braxton CountyChapter 16 – Our Farm on Bug RidgeChapter 17 – More Schools & Bug Ridge LifeChapter 18 – Teaching Experiences, 1936-1945Chapter 19 – Synopsis of My Teaching CareerChapter 2 – My Early ChildhoodChapter 20 – Farm and Friends on Bug RidgeChapter 21 – My Retirement Years And A Look Back on My LifeChapter 3 – Memories of SchoolingChapter 4 – Other Childhood MemoriesChapter 5 – More About Parents and Home LifeChapter 6 – Seventh Day Churches Around BereaChapter 7 – Mother Died, Father RemarriedChapter 8 – Young Adulthood MemoriesChapter 9 – MarriageSupplement Giving Descendants of Alois Preston Fitz Randolph, written by Ashby Fitz Randolph in November, 1963Avis Fitz Randolph Swiger AutobiographyChapter 1 – Country Life In The Early Twentieth Century (A Child’s View)Chapter 2 – MemoriesChapter 3 – Our Church LifeChapter 4 – Childhood FanciesChapter 5 – Sobering ExperiencesChapter 6 – High School YearsChapter 7 – A Country School TeacherDeep Roots – Norwegian, French and English Ancestors 860 – 1500 ADDocumented Roots – English Fitz Randolph Family 1500 – 1630Edward Fitz Randolph – My Emigrant AncestorJesse Fitz RandolphJohn LaForge Fitz RandolphJonathan and David Fitz RandolphPresident Barak Obama and Edward Fitz RandolphRecent Photos of Fitz Randolph Family MembersRev Elmo Fitz RandolphAdult Remembrances of Elmo Fitz Randolph“So Long as We Both Shall Live”A Christmas Beyond CompareAlfred Station “Happenings” to RememberAn Agricultural AdventureBasketball Crowns High School’s Senior Year ExeperienceBeginnings in MinistryBoy Scouts to the RescueCamps and Youth RetreatsEarly “Teen” ExperiencesEcumenical ExperiencesFamily “Happenings”FinisForewardHappiness is a boy with his dogHappy Experiences with Our Church MenHigh School Years: 1928-1931HoneymoonMy Model T– An Automobile to RememberOrdination to the Gospel MinistrySummers with Dad on our Bug Ridge FarmThe Gothic “Home is Where the Heart is”The Salem College Years–An Adventure in Higher EducationThe Teen and Early Twenty Years of Elmo Fitz RandolphThe Transition–Leaving Home and Entering Graduate StudyTo Maine with the Boy Scouts and Percy DunnTraining to Become a Boy Scout ExecutiveWilliam “Bill” Price, A Special Man in my LifeWith Boy Scouts at “World of Tomorrow”World War II Brings ChangeChildhood Remembrances of Elmo Fitz RandolphBoy ScoutingBrother BradyChildhood RemerberancesChristmasCover PoemGamesMemories of Chestnuting in West VirginiaMore Salem RemberancesSchooling in BereaSummer in BereaSamuel Fitz RandolphThomas Fitz RandolphPlatt (my mother-in-law’s family)SiteMap
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