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  Kentucky Bourbon
Bourbon was a rich agricultural area consisting of 34 modern day counties and around the turn of the nineteenth century, was on the main frontier of American westward expansion.
Bourbon protection under the WTO is legally sound, but enforcement may be limited in the future, especially in the developing world, if there is not a specific system to record product standards.
In Florida, bourbon would not have the cold nights needed for the barrels to contract, and in Alaska, it would be difficult to reach the warm climate required for expansion.
www.american.edu /TED/kentuckybourbon.htm   (3782 words)

This colt Bourbon Genius was special and it was obvious from the minute he was born.
Bourbon Genius horses were extremely scarce and in demand since his sudden death in 1946 at the young age of thirteen.
According to Jack, Genius Bourbon King was plagued with fertility problems much of his life and he also felt that the horse had a lot of bad luck through his career.
www.newlineza.com /geniusbourbonking.htm   (2959 words)

 House of Bourbon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The House of Bourbon dates from at least the beginning of the 13th century, when the estate of Bourbon was ruled by a Lord, vassal of France.
The Bourbons first became an important family in 1268, With the marriage of Robert, Count of Clermont, sixth son of king Louis IX of France, to Beatrice of Burgundy, heiress to the lordship of Bourbon.
The Bourbon pretender to the throne of France, the Comte de Chambord, was offered a restored throne Following the collapse of the empire of Emperor Napoleon III in 1870.
house-of-bourbon.iqnaut.net   (570 words)

 Moore Family Farm
Today, Moore Family Farm is under the care of Jim, his wife, Diann, and their two sons, Wes (17) and Aaron (15).
The farm’s 100 acres are comprised of 60 acres of tillable land and 40 acres of timber.
Moore Family Farm is currently not certified organic, but everything on the farm is produced and raised naturally, without pesticides, antibiotics, or growth hormones.
www.sustainusa.org /familyfarmed/profile_moorefamilyfarm.html   (693 words)

 McNutt Family
Of the scottish emigres of this family who left for Ireland, more members of the Galloway MacNaucht families seem to have settled in the Laggan section of Donegal, than in any other area of Ireland, although there are records of some in other counties of Northern Ireland.
The family's pioneering spirit was unquestionable: with every move each of the families made they had to build a new log house, clear fields and plant crops, make their clothing and raise their children.
Thereafter the families moved to Orange County, Indiana, as documented in the History of Orange County, and the marriage records of John and Susannah’s son Michael Blair to Jane McNutt on 29 July 1816.
mcnuttfamily.org   (5379 words)

 Louis XIV - The Sun King
He later married the heiress of the first lords of Bourbon; Bourbon was made into a duchy and peerage in 1327.
In 1589, when Henri III died, the closest relative in main line was Henri de Bourbon, king of Navarre, of the Vendôme branch of Bourbon, who became Henri IV and placed the house of Bourbon on the throne.
When he died childless in 1883, the senior branch of the Bourbons was extinct and the head of the Bourbon became Juan, count of Montizon, of the Carlist line of the Spanish Bourbons.
www.louis-xiv.de /index.php?t=family&a=bourbons   (1097 words)

 RoyaList Online - Royal Genealogy
Family Tree for Antoinette Bourbon (daughter of Francis, Count of Vendome)
To make efficient use of screen space, the family tree is presented vertically instead of in the normal horizontal format.
If sufficient information is available in the database, the tree contains 5 generations, from the grandparents of the selected person (in the left-most column) to the person's grandchildren/grandnephews/grandnieces etc (in the right-most column).
www.royalist.info /execute/tree?person=610   (241 words)

 The Cub's Corner: Christmas   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
It probably is a tossup whether to have the children exciting going to bed with all their new things--usually heaped so high in bed they can barely squeeze in themselves--or have them so excited in anticipation of the next morning they cannot get to sleep waiting to listen for Santa.
The Christmas tree, the lights, globes and trimmings, the commotion, the fancy meals, the family gatherings all serve to stir up the enthusiasm of the children and make it something special for them.
Some of them are starting their own families and going through the same joyous experiences we had.
home.comcast.net /~mcgowan.family/CubsCorner/columns/Christmas.htm   (1708 words)

 French Kings of the Bourbon Dynasty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The Bourbons ruled France from 1589 to 1610, with a small revival from 1814 to 1848, and are very important to the history of rulers from all over Europe, particularly France, Spain, and Italy.
As most rulers of their time were, the Bourbons were a family of power and self-indulgence.
I hope you enjoy reading and learning about the family that ruled in France for over 230 years during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries and ended with the French Revolution.
www.angelfire.com /bug/bourbondynasty   (124 words)

 Bourbon Street Beat TV Show - Bourbon Street Beat Television Show - TV.com
To the haunting rhythms of local blues, mismatched detectives Rex Randolph and Cal Calhoun operate out of an office on Bourbon Street.
Young, suave, Ivy League-educated lawyer Rex comes from an aristocratic Louisiana family.
Tell the world what you think of Bourbon Street Beat, write a review for this show.
www.tv.com /bourbon-street-beat/show/2283/summary.html   (164 words)

 Cookbook is all in the family
In my family, you know you're special if Nana makes you fresh orange cake and Jell-O. My brothers and sister and now my sisters-in-law and I fight over the coconut cake served every holiday and family gathering.
She was a teetotaler all her life and would have been appalled to know that she had eaten something with a smidge of bourbon, even though cooked.
It's a way to preserve your family history, and it would be a gift treasured by the recipient.
www.azcentral.com /arizonarepublic/food/articles/1101kellybook1101.html   (766 words)

 American Bourbon Makers
Virtually every family did it, some better than others, and the best are still at it today.
Two of his great grandsons run that company today and there are other family members on the board, and/or in key management positions.
Whatever the future holds for the bourbon industry, it is certain that Booker Noe, Bill Samuels and Owsley Brown will be part of it.
www.straightbourbon.com /articles/ccbbb.html   (1173 words)

 Assorted Branches On The Family Tree | Farm & Garden   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
We ohh’ed and ahh’ed over the tree and the beautifully wrapped presents, ate lots of good food and visited.
The definition of our family has changed with marriages, divorces, additions of great grandchildren and the deaths of loved ones.
I spend days baking so that everyone in all parts of my family are well fed over the holidays.
www.farm-garden.com /marketfarmer/assorted_branches_on_the_family_tree   (874 words)

 Drew Spencer Family Tree - aqwg377
Margaret Sharp was born 27 May 1792 in Bourbon County, KY. She died 9 May 1882 in Decatur County, IN.
Nancy Agnes Lyon [Parents] was born 10 Oct 1791 in Bourbon County, KY. She died 8 Nov 1872 in Hamilton County, IN.
Polly Lyon [Parents] was born 1807 in Bourbon County, KY. She died 7 Jul 1856 in Bourbon County, KY. Polly married David Penn.
members.tripod.com /drewspen/genealogy/aqwg377.htm   (380 words)

 Essay: Bourbon For Dinner | Raising Heirloom Turkeys | Food & Wine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The Bourbon Red is a remarkably pretty breed, with a chestnut-red body set off by dazzling white wings and tail, and a good deal more personality than its all-white cousins, who are so famously dumb they don't know to come in out of the rain.
Some of our friends (including a few vegetarians) were just curious and eager to help, while others were experienced in scalding, plucking and dressing turkeys; they even brought along some of their own birds, corralled in boxes in the back of their truck.
Some would be frozen and later take their place on our families' holiday tables; some would become charcuterie—I'd harvested enough sage, rosemary and mild onions to send everyone home with the makings for delicious, low-fat sausage.
www.foodandwine.com /articles/essay:-bourbon-for-dinner-|-raising-heirloom-turkeys   (1489 words)

 Family Tree   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
In the family were nine children, aged in the order named, Henry, Nancy, Mesley, Lucinda, Johanna and Mary, Charles, Nathan and Jerimeh.
The family moved to the Arkansas Territory (a portion of which later became Rocky Bayou Twp in Izard Co) in 1814.
In 1847, James Purtee and his wife moved with the families of several of their children to Boone Twp., Madison Co., IN, James Purtee was the first white man in the township of Madison County, Indiana to settle on the former Miami Indian Reservation.
www.purteefamily.org /familytree.html   (6679 words)

 Bourbon Street | BookIt.com™ Travel Guide
Bourbon Street is, by far, the most famous and popular tourist attraction in New Orleans.
Bourbon Street is like no other street in the world.
It's an afternoon reverie riding on the St. Charles Streetcar, swaying beneath the massive arms of oak trees, rolling by magnolias in bloom in the front yards of antebellum mansions.
www.bookit.com /travel_guide-00g0c-attractions-Bourbon_Street-157.html   (2940 words)

TOLLE COUSINS ROLL CALL This is a list of other Tolle Family descendants who are researching their Tolle roots.
The Tolle Family Genealogy Roger Tolle of St Mary's County, Maryland and Fauquier County, Virginia.
Genealogies of Edwin and Sonja (Meyer) Hicks Features her Meyer-Tolle line as well as other branches of her family and that of her husband.
www.angelfire.com /ca2/thorensfamilytree/tolle2.html   (441 words)

 French History of the Bourbon Dynasty
She was born in Valladolid, Spain, as the daughter of Hapsburg parents, Philip III, king of Spain, and Margaret of Austria.
On November 24, 1615, she was married to King Louis XIII of France (1601-1643), part of the Bourbon Dynasty.
On June 21, 1791, Louis attempted to flee secretly from Paris to the regions with his family in the hope of forcing a moderate swing in the revolution than was deemed possible in radical Paris but flaws in the escape plan caused sufficient delays to enable them to be recognised and captured at Varennes.
www.bonjourlafrance.net /bourbon-dynasty.htm   (7694 words)

 La Genealogica Italiana
Basically, a title was granted to those who owned land, conducted service for the royal family and provided military assistance to the church or the sovereign rulers.
Although royal families do not rule in Italy today, descendants of the House of Bourbon or the House of Savoy, as examples, still carry their honored titles.
Since land ownership is the most common link between being noble or not, once you have identified the home of your ancestors, chances are there will exist a continuos flow of ancestors generation by generation through the centuries in the same town.
www.electricscotland.com /familytree/magazine/octnov2002/italia.htm   (732 words)

 History of Spain and its Spanish Heritage
If we don't have the history of your Spanish family name in our data base then email us to see if we have it in one of our many history books.
He was succeeded by Philip of Anjou, the first of the Bourbon kings.
Spain is a place that you would be proud to display your Spanish genealogy, family coat of arms or surname history.
www.thetreemaker.com /last-name-meaning/history-of-spain.html   (1983 words)

 Nordic and Celtic (Iberian) DNA Project - Family Project Website
Family Tree DNA members from all around the globe can join who can show that they are grandchildren and great-grandchildren of European heritage.
At the bottom of that page it says "To learn more about your family history..." Click on that and follow the steps and your results will be added to Family Tree DNA's database.
It appears that in their family tree and that our Irish and Scottish ancestors intermarried with Spanish and Native Americans in the Cumberland Gap areas.
www.familytreedna.com /public/Nordic-Celtic   (11272 words)

 Bourbon-Two Sicilies Royal Family
Supporters of this side of the family are apparently of the opinion that Carlos did not have the right to renounce for his descendants.
See 13.117 - Carlos became a naturalised Spanish subject and was granted the title Infante of Spain on 7 February 1901.
Alberto died at sea while the family were fleeing from Naples to Palermo to escape the French Invasion of Naples
www.btinternet.com /~allan_raymond/Bourbon_Two_Sicilies_Royal_Family.htm   (1319 words)

 Course Description - CMSC 420, Spring 2000, Section 0301
Unless specified otherwise on a particular assignment, the late policy is as follows: 50% off for being 1-24 hours late; 75% off for being 25-48 hours late; 100% off for being more than 48 hours late.
If you are unable to complete a homework or a programming assignment due to illness or family emergency, please see the instructor as soon as possible to make special arrangements.
All requests to change grading of homework, programming projects, or exams must be submitted in writing within one week of when initial grade was given.
bourbon.usc.edu:8001 /william/s2k/cmsc420-0301/description.html   (408 words)

 Family Tree   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
In 1847, James Purtee and his wife moved with the families of several of their children to Boone Twp., Madison Co., IN, where he was the first white man to settle on former Miami Indian Reservation lands.
Enos Purtee and his family moved from Adams County, OH, to Williams County, OH (a portion of which later became Tiffin Township of Defiance County), with the family of his uncle, John Partee, in 1824.
Information handed down thru the family was that John Clinton came home because he had typhoid fever and the army came and arrested him and took him right out of his sick bed and he never recovered.
www.purteefamily.org /family_tree.html   (12504 words)

 Welcome to The Lollipop Tree - Specialty and Gourmet Food and Gifts
The Lollipop Tree donates a portion of the proceeds from the sale of Monkey Bread to Heifer Project International, an organization working to end global hunger by providing livestock and training to people in need while caring for the earth.
The Lollipop Tree, Inc., is a family-owned specialty food manufacturer located in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
The Lollipop Tree’s line of Good Simple Food®—Pepper Jellies, Artisan Bread Mixes, Celebration Bread Mixes, Dessert Sauces, Grilling and Glazing Sauces, Jams, Monkey Bread Mixes, Pancake Mixes, Scone Mixes and Syrups—can be found in more than 3,000 stores across the United States.
www.lollipoptree.com /news_releases_view.asp?N=34   (291 words)

 Bourbon County Kansas Genealogy Queries Nov. - Dec. 1998
Fragments of family bible birth records indicate at least three daughters were born to Maurice and Lucinda circa 1854-1860.
Ihave Dunns in Bourbon county Fort Scot twp.
Since Sarah disappeared from her family, I was thinking that she may have gone to Bourbon County and she may have married there.
skyways.lib.ks.us /genweb/bourbon/1998/q98-11.html   (1256 words)

 Didja Know   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
It is always good to find Bourbon getting favorable publicity in the news.
A large, old cedar tree that has been in my yard, at the end of the driveway for many years became so heavy with ice that it was uprooted and fell into the road.
The Bourbon city crew cleared the roadway and the volunteer firemen were out early Saturday morning helping to clear away the downed limbs from the city streets.
www.steelvillestar.com /bourbontwo.html   (288 words)

 The Coyan genealogy homepage
This small southern Ohio town is significant in the Coyan family history in that NINE generations of us have resided here, beginning in the early 1840's when
William and Elizabeth sold their land near Jackson, Ohio in March, 1863, and took the rest of the family to Wapello County, Iowa.
William and Elizabeth, these three sons, and many of their descendants are buried in Mapleton, Bourbon county, Kansas.
www.coyan.net   (873 words)

 Bourbon County Kansas Genealogy Queries Mar. - Apr. 1999
The other 7 in Bourbon Bo Ks.Starting in 1860.Children are:Christopher Columbus(my direct line)b.4sep1854,William C b.1855,James O b.1858,Margaret Freelove b.1859,Aquilla b.1861,Jane b.1863,Franklin b.1865,Mary b.1869,John b.1870,Joesphine b.1873,Edmond b.1877.these are abt when they were born.Christopher m.
The couple moved to Ft. Scott, Bourbon, Kansas before their 5th child was born in Nov 1874.
They were married in Scotland and appear to have brought Agnes' mother, Agnes Campbell, with them, as she died in Pleasanton on Dec. 12, 1904.
skyways.lib.ks.us /kansas/genweb/bourbon/1999/q99-3.html   (1866 words)

 2001 Baber Social Security Death Index
Files listed on this website are from files that have been researched in detail and proven beyond a doubt and from files that obviously contain errors.
Republication or Use of the presentation of information on this website is prohibited without the permission of Joe Baber of BaberFamilyTree.org or the original submitter.
Family members may use information for personal family trees.
www.baberfamilytree.org /SSDI/2001.htm   (239 words)

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