These pics are of the largest pecan tree in our county. It hasn’t produced pecans for at least 5 years, but we got enough rain this time around.
But now the concern is that this many pecans may cause the limbs to bend under the weight. If the limbs can’t handle the pressure, they will snap, or even worse, the trunk may split.
With luck, this will just be a bountiful season, nothing more.
The Dutoi family came to America about 1700. They were Huguenots, looking for a safe place to live. The English settlers on the James River disliked the French-speaking newcomers, so pushed them to the west of Richmond, hoping the local Indians would wipe them out. Instead, the Huguenots flourished, trading with the Indians on a regular basis.
The Dutoi family, from Geneva, Switzerland, were one…
Esperanza in bloom. They started a couple of weeks ago (late June, early July) and will bloom through November. Vivid yellowish gold flowers.
This is an update to the post Doyle Family Genealogy I, published on April 7, 2013. When I figure out how to link to the first post, I will do so here.
This is information I was able to gather from visiting the Crawfordsville, Scott County, Indiana area during the summer of 2013.
What I’m looking for is more information on Farmer Doyle, senior. I located an obituary for a Farmer Doyle, dated…
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Crape Myrtle. The recent rains after such a harsh drought have really made a difference this year.
My brick wall of the month for June is Nancy Campbell.
We know very little about Nancy. We know from census information that she was born in or near Elberton, Elbert County, Georgia, about 1794.
We know she married Basil Brawner about 1810, still living in Elbert County, but by 1820 the family had moved to Blount County, Tennessee.
In 1870, Nancy was living in Kentucky, and she evidently died…