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As an artist, Gumroad looks like it could be a potentially useful site, as it creates an easy and efficient way to display and sell image downloads.
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This Jetpack plugin looks like a very nice development for people with self-hosted WordPress blogs.
BibleMap.org looks like it could be a handy site for people who want to know where Biblical events were geographically located.
I’ve been really enjoying Jimmer Fredette’s play for BYU.
It’s fun to see the BYU basketball team doing so well and I hope they continue to have a lot of success during the upcoming March Madness.
Lieutenant Thomas Tracy (1610?-7 November 1685) – note: the name of his wife who was the mother of Jonathan Tracy is currently unknown
Jonathan Tracy (1646-1704) – Mary Griswold
David Tracy (1687-1709) – Sarah Parish
David Tracy (1721-1770) – Abial Baker
Solomon Tracy (1758-1849) – Lucretia Hall
Caleb Tracy (1786-1870) – Susannah Colvin
Moses Tracy (1810-1858) – Nancy Naomi Alexander Tracy
Notes – we are currently interested in finding out the name of the woman Lieutenant Thomas Tracy married. Also, any information about Lieutenant Thomas Tracy’s direct forebears (and the dates and any other data associated with their lives) would also be of great interest.
My paternal grandfather is named Calvin Henry Bartholomew.
Calvin Henry Bartholomew was born on January 8, 1917 in Fayette, Sanpete County, Utah.
He died on the 13th of February, 1991 while on a Mormon mission in Friedricksdorf, Germany.
He was buried on February 19th, 1991 in Provo, Utah.
His father was named Ray Calvin Bartholomew and his mother was named Martha Louise Wintch.