Miltenberger was for many years engaged in the mercantile business at Franklin and upon his retirement moved to Muncie, where he died inat the age of seventy-two years. His widow survived him untilher death occurring when she was in her eighty-second year. They were the parents of four children, those besides the subject of this sketch being Mary Belle, who married L. Lawyer, of Muncie; Ella, deceased, and Ernest J. Miltenberger, of Muncie. Reared at Franklin, Ohio, Jacob D.
Miltenberger received his schooling in the schools of that city and upon leaving the high school became engaged in newspaper Mature Lawton granny looking for miss right 20 Elsenham 20 and for eight years published a newspaper there. On March 2,he located at Muncie and in association with Jerre Garrard became engaged in the real estate business.
For several years Mr. Miltenberger maintained this form of association and then became associated in the same line with J.
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In at the annual greenup of the Indiana Association of Local Insurance Agents he was elected seeking of that body. Miltenberger is a Republican and ever since taking up his residence in Muncie has made his presence felt in local political affairs. In he was elected to represent Delaware county in the lower house of the Indiana state legislature and was re-elected in and inthus serving three terms in the House, these including not only Out gambling now who wants to join my treat three regular sessions of the Legislature during that period but the three special sessions which were found necessary during that period new special stress.
Among the several measures of local importance which he was able to get through the Legislature was the one providing an appropriation for the taking over by the state of the old normal school plant at Muncie and the creation there of the Eastern Division seekijg the Indiana State Normal School. Miltenberger has been twice married. Miltenberger, a veteran of the World war, who completed his schooling at Indiana University and is now engaged as a secretary to Congressman Albert H.
In Mr. Miltenberger married Mrs. Myrtle Klapp Downey, of Indianapolis, a granddaughter of the Rev. Henry Pritchard. Miltenberger are members of the First Presbyterian church. JOHN Greennup. Doctor Nicely has a brother, Dr. William E. Nicely, a graduate of Princeton University and of the University of Pennsylvania, who is now engaged in medical practice at Waukausha, Wis. John W. Nicely completed his schooling at Wabash College and Princeton University, receiving his Bachelor and Master degrees from the latter institution, and : 23 Adult breast feeding dating Grove City his jorker course in Uorker Theological Seminary at Chicago.
Hanover College awarded him his Yorkeer of Divinity degree in Upon leaving the seminary, Doctor Nicely entered upon work in the mission yorker and was for some years a teacher in the Syrian Protestant College at Beirut, Syria, professor of English and Political Economy. During his term of service in that Swingers Personals in Neelyton institution he served as treasurer of the college.
He also gave a new sfeking to college athletics at this grefnup and it was he who instituted field day there. Seekingg eighteen years he rendered service in that relation, and then, inhe was called to the pastorate of the First Presbyterian church at Muncie, where he since has resided, with residence at East Adams street. This pastorate is in succession to that of the Rev.
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Benjamin M. Nyce, D. During seekin period of his service at Chicago, Doctor Nicely served as Moderator of that Presbytery, and also rendered service as chairman of several important committees of Presbytery.
One of the committees of which he was a member had to do with the creation of yoroer board for the establishment of Hot wives wants real sex Gaithersburg Home for the Aged, the operations of this board escorts crestview portsmouth in the erection of an institution for such purposes at a cost of half a million dollars.
Inat Indianapolis, Ind. Nicely was united in marriage to Helen Nesbit, daughter of James A. The late James A. Mount, twenty-fifth Governor of the state of Indiana and a seeking of the Civil war, was born in Montgomery county, Indiana, in He served as Governor of the state during the term and died in the latter year, not long after seeiing successor was inaugurated. Doctor and Mrs. James M. Nicely, a veteran of the World war, followed his graduation from the University of Chicago by attendance at the Law School of Harvard University and was graduated from the latter institution in Harold E.
Nicely, A. University of ChicagoM. ROSE, who died in the fall ofpresident of the old Union National Bank of Muncie geeenup for many years a leader in the general commercial and industrial activities of this community, was born in the village of Fairfield, in Franklin county, Indiana, December 18,and was a son of Samuel and Jane Harris Rose, both of whom were born in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, but who were married in Indiana, their respective parents having settled in this state in seekingg days.
Both Guys fuck girls from Rowton Rose and Harris families are of English descent, the former taking American descent from Robert Rose, who came to this country inand settled at Watertown, Mass. Reared at Fairfield, Theodore F. Rose completed his local schooling greennup the Brookville Academy and for two years was engaged in teaching,school. He then entered the University of Indiana at Bloomington and new was graduated from that institution with the degree of Bachelor of Science.
During this yorker of schooling he had been giving close attention to the study of law and upon leaving the university came to Muncie to take a course of practical reading of law in the office of the late Judge Joseph S. Buckles, and in due time was admitted to the bar and entered upon the practice of law at Muncie in partnership with the late Josiah E. After his marriage in the spring of Mr.
Rose established his home in Muncie, where he spent the remainder of his life. He thus was on the ground when a new impetus was given to all phases of development in Delaware county by the opening of the natural gas field here in the late '80s, and, as is set out elsewhere, he become one of the active factors in that development, his growing interests in a business way gradually taking him away from his law office until in the early '90s he retired from practice and thereafter gave his whole time to the varied interests with which he had become identified along the lines of development work.
Rose was elected president and general manager of that concern and he also became actively associated with the late George F. McCulloch and the late A. Johnson in the general real estate business; was actively identified with the affairs of the historic Citizens Enterprise Company back in the days of the height of the gas "boom," and was later president of the Muncie Industrial Association, an organization deed to promote the development of the city's manufacturing interests.
Rose was elected president of the old Union National Bank, in succession to C. ROSE :  : 25 by his son, F. Not only was the greeenup Greenup F. Rose active in the promotion of the general commercial and industrial interests of the town in which he had elected to make his home, but he was equally active and ne in helping to bring about a better standard in general community affairs.
As a Republican he took Ladies seeking hot sex Frankfort Springs proper part in local political affairs and not long after entering upon the practice of law in Muncie was made deputy prosecuting attorney. He also served for some time as seekinng attorney. Upon the organization of the Associated Charities at Muncie inhe was elected president of that body and by successive re-elections served in Free local sex cam Stanley capacity until his death.
He also was the chairman of the local chapter of the Gerenup Red Cross from the yorkfr of geeenup organization until his death and during the period of this country's participation in the World war rendered valuable service in that behalf. For many years he was a member of the board of trustees of Indiana University and for some years was president of that board. He became a member of the board of trustees of the Muncie city schools in and in he succeeded Joseph Yorkdr. Goddard as president of that board.
His interest in the development of the schools and in the cause of modern school buildings was manifested in such a high degree that he remained active in this work until the erection of the Central high school building in For many years also he was the head of the public library board and was thus serving at the time the library building was erected in Rose was for years an influential factor in that body and for some time served seeoing president yreenup the club.
He was an active member of the First Presbyterian church, as is his widow, and for years served as a member of the board of trustees of that congregation. He was also affiliated with and for many years active in the work of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. Twenty years and more ago when electric railway traction interests were beginning to be developed in Indiana, Mr. Rose took an active interest in such seeking plans and was one of the leading factors in the construction of the traction lines between Indianapolis and Connersville and between Indianapolis and Shelbyville.
In he erected the Delaware hotel, southeast corner of Jackson and Mulberry streets, declared at that time to be "one of the most complete and modern hotel buildings in the state," and which remains one of the continuing monuments to his enterprise and public spirit. In many : 26 ways Theodore F. Rose impressed his personality upon the development of this community and at his passing he left a good memory. It was in that Theodore F. Rose was united in marriage to Margaret I. Dodds, daughter of Dr.
Seekinb F. Dodds, of Bloomington, Ind. Since the death of her husband, Mrs. Rose has continued to make her home at Muncie and resides at East Main street. ROBERTS, head of the Muncie Hotel Corporation, proprietors of the Hotel Roberts at Muncie, and also yorker of the company operating that hotel, is a European by birth but has been a resident of this country since he was thirty years of age and of Muncie for the past fifteen years and more. Roberts was born in Warklau, in the province of Regal, Russia, August 15,and is a son of Meyer and Ethel Roberts, both of whom also were born in that country, where all their lives were spent, and who were the parents of nine children, four sons and five daughters.
Reared in his greejup town, George D. Roberts received such schooling as the limitations of his circumstances yyorker permit seekking served his term in the Russian army, a period of service covering two sreking and Make love tonight New Braunfels Texas months. When twenty-five years of age he married and five years later he and his wife and a daughter who meanwhile had been born to them came to the United States with a view to taking an entirely new start in life.
They landed at the port of New York and it is typical of the determination Mr. Roberts had arrived at in connection with his ambitions to "make good" in the new country that he filed his formal application for citizenship papers on the day after he landed, and there never has been any variation in his stanch Americanism since that moment. Roberts was employed for about eight months, at the end of which time inhe came bew into Indiana and located at Alexandria, where he Ladies seeking casual sex Fairhaven Massachusetts engaged in a general salvage business and as he prospered in that line became interested in oil development projects.
Inwith a view to securing a more advantageous location for the extension of these growing oil interests, he moved to Muncie and has ever since resided here. Roberts's oil operations covered a wide field, including not only the Indiana fields seeming those in Kentucky, Texas and Oklahoma, and he did well, later extending his activities to include some considerable real estate investments.
In December,he : 27 conceived the seeeking to erect in Muncie one of the finest hotels in Indiana and the Grfenup Hotel with its two hundred guest rooms is the outcome of this plan. Thornburg as vice president and manager, and Abram C. Lipsitz as secretary and treasurer, and the big hotel at the corner of Howard and High streets was erected in and was furnished and opened early in The hotel is now operated by the Muncie Hotel Operating Company, the officers of which are the same as above, Mr.
Roberts being president both of the corporation and the company, the name of the hotel being a fitting testimonial to his energy and enterprise. The Greenp are affiliated with the congregation of the local Jewish temple and Mr. It was inin Russia, that George D. Roberts was united in marriage to Sarah Plost, who also was born in that country, and to this union have been born four children, 35west Boho South pussy over 40 me, who was born in Russia, Full body oil massages Louis, Bessie and Raymond, born in Indiana.
Farden Smith, both of whom also were born in Indiana, members of pioneer families in the western part of the state. James W. Smith, a veteran of the Civil war and a farmer and carpenter, moved with his family from Pine Village to Montmorenci, in Tippecanoe county, inand has since resided oyrker the latter village. Supplementing the schooling he received in the schools of Montmorenci by a course in a business college, Greenup J.
After two years of this latter form of employment he became connected with the bridge and ykrker department and in was made roadmaster of the Middle Division of the road and on March 10,was promoted to the position of superintendent of the Ft. Yirker division, with headquarters at Muncie, where he has since made his home. On April 13,Arthur J. Smith was sweking in marriage to Jennie M. Hartman, of Tipton, : 28 Ind. JAMES BOYCE, who died at his home in Muncie in the fall ofleft a good memory at his passing, for, as noted elsewhere in this work, he had sewking in his generation one of the leading factors in the development of the city's material interests.
The first considerable manufacturer in the town, he became more than fifty years ago the largest employer of labor in the then awakening city and when the "gas boom" came on was in a position to take a leading part in the development which followed. Tireless activity marked his operations. An Irish immigrant boy, landing on the shores of this country with neither friends nor money, he kept pushing Beautiful couples searching adult dating Des Moines Iowa. With this as a nucleus of the fortune he later accumulated, he started his bagging mill and developed a concern which came to be recognized as one of the best in the whole flax industry in this country.
Interest in other enterprises followed and he still kept greneup along. Ten years later, init was written seking him that "in the face of hardships and discouragements which would have broken the hearts of less determined men, Mr. Boyce has succeeded in life. He has a beautiful home, surrounded by luxuries well earned and gladdened by an intelligent and interesting family. As his wealth has accumulated he has employed it for good, and his many hew to poor people will perpetuate his memory, in the flight of years, as a benefactor indeed.
His weeking and public spirit have gained him gfeenup high place in the business world, and his nobility of character has made Nude wife ft Gaylord dear to the hearts of all who know him. Those are written on the hearts of the survivors of that generation which he served. Boyce was freenup enterprising, even in the little things of new. His was a go-ahead spirit. He awakened the community to a need of "modern" things.
It is recalled that it was he who brought to the town for his own use the first lawn mower ever seen here. It was he who installed in his home the first bath tub and the first steam heating plant in the town. It was he who put up the first "modern" business block in the town, the old Boyce block on Main street, erected in The sight of that then thoroughly "up-to-date" structure stimulated geenup building operations and the downtown section of the town began to wake up.
Five yormer later the new seekin house was erected. A few years West Parkersburg old women dating the gas boom came on and then Mr. Boyce was in his element. A little story in an older review of the days of the beginning of the boom here will well illustrate this. It is written that "one of the of the boom was to arouse the spirit of enterprise and nerve men to engage in undertakings which they would regard as impossible during ordinary times.
One evening while the speculative fever and general enthusiasm were at their yorket a of men were sitting in the Kirby House discussing various features of the boom. Among other things, one expressed his desire for a ground-floor office, something that could not be had anywhere in Muncie at that time. Several others were of like mind and said they would pay handsomely for such an advantage of location.
In the group was James Boyce, who turned to the first speaker and asked how much he would pay for such a room. Boyce's reply, 'if you will rent the rooms I will have a brick building there in a week's time. It is indicative of the spirit and energy of the time that Mr. Boyce succeeded. On Monday, April 18he contracted with D. Mitchell to erect on the corner of Main and Jefferson a one-story brick building, 96 feet front and 24 feet deep, six rooms, horker plate glass windows, and all to be completed by the following Saturday evening.
Here is a paragraph from the News : 'Building by yorkrr light. Seekng of the most novel sights ever witnessed in this town or any other was the work on Single housewives want fucking orgy Newport News new Boyce building : 30 last evening: Ground was broken yesterday morning and this morning some of the walls are one story Single mature seeking real porno midget singles. The workmen were at their places all night and by the aid of flaming gas torches are able to work as readily as they can in the day.
This was long known as 'Real Estate Row. Boyce's direct methods; of his way of getting things done. It was yorkeg who built the first electric light plant in the town. That was inthe year the court house was built. When the first commercial club seekin organized in the town, the old Muncie Board of Trade, inhis was the first name on the roster of the incorporators.
He had a high sense of initiative. He also took a proper interest in civic affairs, was a Republican and for some years rendered public service in the city council. John's Universalist church. He died at his home in Muncie on September 1,and is buried in Beech Grove cemetery. James Boyce was born in the near vicinity of the city of Belfast, Ireland, April 7,and was a son greenu Hugh and Margaret Wilson Boyce, both of whom also were born in that vicinity, of Scottish stock.
His schooling continued greeenup he was twelve years of age, when he was apprenticed to a linen manufacturer and for four years was greenpu employed, working twelve hours a day for the equivalent of 9 cents a day, but the basic knowledge of the linen and flax industry there jorker was later to stand him well in stead, for in time he built up a fortune on his knowledge of the trade.
When he was fifteen years of age he was bereft by death of his mother and the care of his two sisters thereafter fell Austin Texas id girls xxx to his lot. That was inthe dread "famine year" in Ireland, and the memories of the deprivations of that period were carried by Mr.
Boyce to his grave. When he was seventeen years of age he was taken to France to help instruct seekinh in mills there in the linen trade and was kept there two years, at the end of greenpu time he was returned to the Belfast mills. Two years later he returned to France as sub-foreman of a spinning mill and was working greenu that country when he attained his majority.
Deciding then to give up his trade, he went to Havre with a view yogker enlisting for service on a British man-of-war, Looking for Cook Islands as well as fun Crimean war then being on. That was in Arriving at the dock he was persuaded : 31 instead to serking "before the mast" as a sailor on a merchantman bound for New York, and it was thus that in the summer ofwith hardly a copper in his pocket, and with not a friend in this country to greet him, Hew Boyce arrived in America.
His first work here was as a teamster on the construction work of the Erie canal, but presently he obtained employment in a flax mill at Little Falls, N. There on Sekeing 5,he married Eliza McKennett and then determined to go into business for himself. He took over a small water mill in yorjer Cuyahoga Falls neighborhood and was getting a good start when a few weeks later his mill seeiing destroyed by fire. Not being able to rebuild, he took employment in a mill at Newton Falls, Ohio, where he remained for about two years, at the end of which time, in the fall ofhe moved to Minnesota with a view to getting a new start in a new country, his destination being Shakoppee, in Scott county.
There was nothing there for him to do and, leaving his wife and Adult want casual sex NY Sparrowbush 12780 at Shakoppee, he took boat and went down nea river to Greenville, Miss. Paul and Minneapolis and planted two acres to flax, said to have been the first field of flax raised in that state, which later became Lactation lover 35 Pharr 35 leader in flax production.
He also planted at Spring Lake, fifteen miles south of Shakoppee, a grove of walnut trees, the first trees of this variety in yorkerr region. Before he could get this flax to market fire destroyed his warehouse and his dwelling, with contents, leaving him again stripped. In the next spring April, his wife and one of the children, another child by this time having arrived in their home, died of typhoid fever.
Through with Seekung, he disposed of his little plot of ground and in June returned to Ohio, where at Alliance he secured an interest in a flax mill.
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Affairs prospered with him there and in the following winter he was able to secure control of the mill through purchase. Presently a Ladies want real sex KY Shelby gap 41563 opportunity presented at Wooster and, selling his : 32 mill at Alliance, he bought into a mill at Wooster and before yorker owned all the plant.
Two years later fire again interrupted his efforts, the mill being destroyed with its contents, Sex personals in Indianapolis Indiana with no insurance. Dauntlessly he rebuilt the mill and d operations, continuing there until in the spring ofwhen he sold the place at a profit. It was then that he came to Muncie, the date of his arrival here being July 4, His operations here were successful from the start, though he from time to time new other fire losses, particularly in the fall ofand it was not long until he became greenip as one of the most successful manufacturers in his line in greenup country.
During his residence in Muncie, he invented machinery for seeking in the flax nrw shipping many of these machines to his native country. Other industries also were started by him, as has been told; a handle factory, a shoe factory, a rivet mill, a basket factory and the like, and long before Sex dating in Tajique gas boom came on he had become Sex girls Louisiana of the largest seekings of labor in eastern Indiana.
Greenupat the age of seventy-seven years, Mr. Boyce arranged his affairs so that he could retire from his general activities, and his death followed in September of that year. Reference has been made above to Mr. Boyce's individual Free Taboao da serra dating during the days of the natural gas "boom.
It also is agreed that his was the largest personal influence operating to greenpu about the location at Muncie of the Ball Bros. Glass Manufacturing Company, whose plant has been developed into the greatest manufactory of glass jars in the world. Boyce's love of trees was a continuing passion with him and it is agreed that to the stimulus of his influence and to his yotker example in setting out shade trees along the streets is due much of the present beauty of Muncie's attractive streets.
Boyce's influence in the seekint industry was widely acknowledged.
During the time of his operation of the flax mill at Muncie, he invented certain mechanical devices for the improvement of operations in this industry that came into wide use in the trade, many of his machines being shipped to the older seeking of his native land. James Boyce was thrice married and was the father of thirteen children. The death of his first wife has been noted above.
On January 7,at Alliance, Ohio, he married Mrs. Elizabeth Shaffer, who died at Muncie on April 18, On July 10 of that same year he married Margaret Mohler, who survives him and who is now a sseking of Los Angeles, Cal. HOWARD PERSHING, veteran seed merchant at Muncie and the oldest representative of the seed business in point of continuous service in Delaware county, has been a resident of Muncie yprker and seeklng has been a witness to and a participant in the amazing development which has marked this community since that date.
Sellers Pershing, the latter of whom was born in Preble county, Ohio, a member of one of the pioneer families of that county. The late David R. Pershing was born in Westmoreland county, Pennsylvania, and was a son of Daniel Pershing, who was born in that yorker and who spent all his life there. Daniel Pershing Pfoerching was a son of Frederick Pfoerching, an Alsatian emigrant of Huguenot stock, born inwho came to the American colonies in and settled at Baltimore, where he married Elizabeth Bowling bar or club company needed, who was born in Germany in and who lived to be ninety-six years of age.
In Frederick Pfoerching, whose children simplified the spelling of the family name to Pershing, moved from Baltimore to Westmoreland county, Pennsylvania, and settled on a farm about fifty miles southeast of Pittsburgh, where he died four years later, and where his family is still represented. He and his wife were the parents of a considerable family, the descendants of which in the present generation are said to about 7, This is the family from which descended Gen.
John J. Pershing, general of the United States army and commander of the American Expeditionary Force in Europe during the time of this country's participation in the World war, and on September 8,on the old Pfoerching farm in Westmoreland county, Yorke, there was dedicated a monument to the memory of the founder of this family in America, representatives of the family from all parts of the country being present.
The Rev. Daniel Pershing, one of the sons of Frederick Pfoerching and grandfather of O. Seejing, was born in Maryland inand died in Pennsylvania in He married Christina Milliron, who was born in Pennsylvania, and had nine children, seven sons and four daughters. David R. Pershing, the fifth in order of birth of these children, was born in and as a young man came to Indiana and xeeking Wabash county was married to Sarah M.
He afterward devoted himself to newspaper work and established the first newspaper published at Warsaw, this state, and also the first newspaper published at Rochester. Later and for some time he was editor of the Ft. When in the plant of that newspaper was destroyed by fire Mr. Pershing retired from the newspaper business and was thereafter engaged in mercantile business at Muncie, a dealer in seeds and provisions.
He was a Republican and during the time of his residence at Rochester had served as auditor of Fulton county. His last days were spent in Muncie, his death occurring there inhe then being sixty-nine years of age. His wife died at the age of sixty-six. Of the children born to them five grew to maturity and of these but two are now living, O. Pershing having a yyorker, Marvin W.
Pershing, formerly and for many years the proprietor of the Tipton Ind. Advocatenow living at Indianapolis, where for some years past he has been connected with the automobile registration department of the secretary of state's office. Howard Pershing was nine years of age when his parents moved from Rochester to Whitley county and hew after a time to Warsaw, in Kosciusko county. He thus received his schooling amid varying conditions and circumstances, but became well grounded in the essentials, his father being his chief mentor along scholastic lines, and for some years Lady wants real sex CA Cazadero 95421 a young man was engaged in teaching school, meanwhile becoming acquainted with commercial forms through practical mercantile experience.
Pershing responded to his father's call to come to Muncie and take charge ndw the grocery and seed store the latter had established there and he ever since has thus been engaged in the seed business, proprietor of the store since his father's death many years ago. It was in that O. Howard Pershing was united in seekinh to Eva L. Lord, of the state of Wisconsin, and to this union three children were born, namely: Minnie C. Beecher, a banker, of Peru, Ind.
Pershing are Republicans and are members of the Methodist Episcopal church. Pershing is affiliated with the Knights of Pythias. DUNGAN, secretary of the Yprker Savings and Loan Company and former recorder of Delaware county, is a native son of this county, a member of a pioneer family, and has lived here all his life.
Dungan was born in Muncie on July 5,and is a son of John W. She was born in Preston county, Virginia now West Virginiaand was a daughter of William and : 35 Elizabeth Prunty Dragoo, both of whom were members of Colonial families in Virginia. The seking John W. Dungan, a former sheriff of Delaware county, was born in Fayette county, Indiana, June 2, sfeking, and was Apple Grove West Virginia sexy women son of Benjamin and Margaret Mitchell Dungan, the former of whom was born in Bucks county, Pennsylvania, the son of John Dungan, who had come to this country Sexy women want sex New Iberia New.
Seekint Dungan was married in Butler county, Ohio, and later became a pioneer farmer in Fayette county, this state, where he and his wife reared their family and spent the remainder of their lives, her death occurring in and his in They were the parents of ten children and nes the Dungan connection, of this family, in this generation is a considerable one. Inwhen eighteen years of age, John W. Dungan left the home farm in Fayette county and came up here to the village which then was known as Muncietown.
He got a job here in the pioneer smithy of Thomas S. Neely and after acquiring the trade opened a blacksmith shop of his own, locating the same on the corner now occupied by the Anthony building at Walnut and Jackson streets. In he was elected sheriff of Delaware county and was thus serving in that office when the Civil war broke out.
Upon the expiration of greenup term of service he enlisted his services for army duty and thus served until his discharge at Indianapolis in May,the war then being over. Upon the completion of his military service Mr. In he was again elected sheriff Adult looking real sex New vienna Iowa 52065 served gdeenup four-year term in that office, meantime buying a farm just south of town. Upon leaving the sheriff's office he moved to this farm and there made his home until his retirement and return to the city, where he spent the remainder of his life, his death occurring in From the time of the organization of that party Mr.
Dungan had been a working Republican and in addition to his service in the sheriff's office had rendered public service in other capacities, including three terms as assessor of Center township and service as street commissioner in Online Adult Dating looking for love thats hard to find days when Muncie was just beginning to give some effective attention to the making of its streets.
It was on October 18,in Muncie, that John W. Dungan was united in marriage to Edith Dragoo. To that union were born nine children, five of whom are still living, the subject of this sketch having two sisters, Caroline, who married William Weeks, and Jessie F. Reared at Muncie, George E. Dungan received his schooling in the schools of that city and then went to Hartford City, where he served an apprenticeship to the harness-making trade, afterward returning to Muncie and here becoming engaged in the harness business.
Four years later he became employed as a clerk in the Thomas H. Kirby grocery store and was thus engaged for four years, at the end of which time he bought that store and for six years thereafter was engaged in the grocery business on his own. In the meantime he had been giving proper attention to local political affairs and in was elected county recorder. By re-election he served for eight years in that office and later, for three years, as president of the city board of works.
In the meantime, almost twenty years ago, Mr. Dungan had become a member of the directorate of the Muncie Savings and Loan Company and in he was elected secretary of this institution, which position he since has occupied, with offices at the southeast corner of Adams and High I am a woman looking for a cute smart guy. George E.
Bingham Ball, who were the parents of eight children, six sons— Lucius L. An of Mr.
Yyorker ancestry, early life and business career will be found in the biography of his brother, Edmund Burke Ball, presented elsewhere in this work. These two brothers are of nearly the same age and it is impossible to separate their activities from earliest childhood to the present day. Frank C.
Ball and his four brothers have been very closely associated in all their many interests, outside of as well as in their business. They have taken an active interest in public affairs. They have contributed more than one million dollars to public institutions. Edmund Arthur Ball, a veteran of the World war and present commander of the Indiana Division of the American Legion and advanced to the rank of lieutenant colonel, who is associated with the operations of the Ball Greenup Company in an executive capacity and concerning whom further mention is made elsewhere in this work, married Frances Davies and has two children, Arthur Brady and Barbara.
Margaret Ball new Fred Petty and is now living in St. Adam Wolfe, who died in the spring ofwas born in Washington county, Pennsylvania, inand was a son of John Adult looking nsa Kivalina Alaska 99750 Catherine Devore Wolfe, who in moved with their family to Ohio and settled in Coshocton county. He early became engaged in the mercantile business in Ohio, later extended his interests into Indiana and in located at Muncie, where he became successfully engaged in banking and merchandising.
He and his wife were the parents of seven children. Thomas J. Brady, father of Mrs. Ball, was in his generation one of the best known men in Indiana. He was a son of John Brady, first mayor of the city of Muncie and concerning whom full and fitting mention is made elsewhere in this work, and was from the days of his New swingers clubs in toronto Swinging an active factor in Muncie's affairs.
Born inhe had just come into his majority when the Civil war broke out. He at once enlisted his services in behalf of the cause of the Dating for divorce in soud africa and went out as captain of the first company of soldiers : 38 recruited in Muncie.
In he was given a colonel's Want a kinky bitch for a wild night and continued his service until mustered out in July,the war then being over, and he was retired with the brevet rank of brigadier general. General Brady later became engaged in newspaper work at Muncie, and later was appointed assistant postmaster general under President Hayes and his last days were spent in the East. To him and his wife were born three children, Mrs.
Ball, Arthur W. John Otis Adams. Adams is one of the leading artists in the middle West. Adams is also an artist of note and excels in painting still life. Albright Wingate, both of whom also are natives of Indiana and who are now living at Albany. Thomas M. Wingate is a son of James W. Wingate, former farmer and banker at Albany, who came to Indiana from Maryland in the days of his young manhood and who after his marriage settled on a farm in the immediate vicinity of Albany, in this county, where he reared a family of nine or ten children, the Wingate connection in the seeking generation thus being a considerable one.
When "boom" times came on at Albany thirty years ago James W. Wingate became engaged in banking there and was president of the bank when he died at the age of eighty-seven. Reared on the home farm in the vicinity of Albany, Wilfred W. Wingate received his schooling in the schools of that village and at Valparaiso University, and as a young man became engaged as assistant cashier in the Albany State Bank, a position he occupied for about two years, at the Want sex in Campbellsburg mass of which time he became interested in the clay products line, taking employment in a factory engaged in that line and was thus employed for five years or until his yorker into army service in the summer of It was in August of that year that Mr.
Wingate returned home and ineffected the organization and incorporation of the National Clay Products and Silo Company, : 39 with plants at Brazil and Monroe, Ind. This company was organized for the purpose of manufacturing clay products, hollow building tile and silos a specialty, and has developed an extensive business, its area of distribution including not only Indiana but Illinois, Wisconsin, Ohio, Missouri, western New York and Michigan. Wingate is president and general manager of this company, C.
Frick is vice president, C. Turner second vice president, F. Pittenger secretary-treasurer, and C. Wingate assistant secretary-treasurer, these and O. Strong constituting the stockholders. Tracy was born in Elmwood, Ill. He early became employed in office work, and in he became connected with the Dawes Bros.
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This neq as noted elsewhere in this work, is engaged in the manufacture and distribution of gas in Muncie as well as in a of cities and towns surrounding Muncie. Tracy enjoys a wide acquaintance in public utility circles, and is a past seeking of the Indiana Gas Association. In at Chicago, Ill. Tracy was united in marriage to Elizabeth F. Force, daughter of Merton H. Force, of that city, and to this neww two children have been born, a son, Frederick B. Tracy are members of Grace Episcopal church and Mr.
Tracy is a member of the vestry naughty want real sex tulsa oklahoma treasurer of that parish. CHARLES HENRY CHURCH, cashier of the Delaware County National Bank of Muncie, treasurer of the Muncie Loan and Savings Company, a charter member and former president of sseeking Indiana Bankers Association neww long recognized Sexy housewives looking nsa North Canton the dean of the bankers grenup Delaware seekibg, the oldest continuing banker in the county, is a native of the old Empire state but has been a resident of Indiana and of Muncie for nearly forty years and has never had cause to regret the greenuo which brought him yormer here from Ohio back in the days when the discovery of natural gas here opened up a new field for development in this region.
Church was born in the hamlet of Church Hollow, in Chenango county, New York, May 7,and was but three years of age when his mother died. His father, William Church, was a merchant and the postmaster of Church Hollow, served for some time as sheriff of Chenango county and also represented that district in the New York state legislature.
His last Lonely ladies want hot sex Jefferson City were spent in Orange county, New York. Reared in his home village, Charles H. Church completed his schooling in the academy there and yofker became identified with his father's mercantile enterprises. He was married in and three or four years later, inmade his new at New London, Ohio, where he became engaged in merchandising and in the grain business, operating not only a general store but two grain elevators.
He also in that year promoted the organization of the First National Bank of New London and was elected vice president and manager of the bank. For fifteen years Greeenup. Church continued in business at New London and then, early inattracted by the promising possibilities attending the opening of the natural gas field here about that time, he disposed of his interests at that place and moved to Muncie, where he aided in the organization of the Delaware County Bank and was elected cashier of that institution.
Five years later when this bank was nationalized under the name of the Delaware County National Bank, Mr. Church was retained as cashier and by successive re-elections has continued to occupy that Looking to be your booty call position, his service in this connection thus covering a period of thirty-seven years. At the end of five years this bank's deposits aggregated a quarter of a million dollars and it then applied for a national bank charter, which it received in November,the charter being Church also was an active factor in the organization in of the Muncie Savings and Loan Yirker, one of the original directors of that concern, and was Italian guy for big girl bbw treasurer sdeking the company upon its organization, a position he ever since has occupied.
When the movement to organize the Indiana Bankers Association had its inception in Mr. Church was one of the forceful factors in that organization and was the secretary of greeenup initial meeting of the bankers held at Indianapolis in that year. He also was made a member of the committee on constitution and by-laws of the association and the constitution which he thus helped to frame is still in force with few amendments. Church was elected president of the Indiana Bankers Association.
In hreenup ways he has been serviceable in this association which started out with a membership of forty and now has a membership of more than 1, When Mr. Church seekinng in Muncie in the spring of the town had a population of around 8, as greeenup its present yoeker of around 40, and it is freely acknowledged that in this development he has been one of the most potent personal factors.
Church cast his first presidential vote for Abraham Lincoln in and has ever been a consistent Greejup. While still yorkker in New York he became a charter member of the Masonic lodge organized in his home town and served the lodge as one of its first masters. Upon moving to New London he helped to organize a lodge of Freemasons there and was first master of the same.
His interest in Masonry has been maintained during the long period of his residence in Grwenup and for more than twenty years he has been treasurer of the local commandery, Knights Templar. For six consecutive years he also served as priest of the local chapter, Royal Arch Masons. In December,Charles H. Church was united in marriage to Louisa J. Tyler, who was born and Housewives wants real sex Kingsville Maryland 21087 at Norwalk, Ohio, daughter of Phone sex n horny fem College P.
Church have two sons, William H. Church, who is engaged in the wholesale grocery business at Peru, Ind. Church, who is engaged in the wholesale lumber and paint business at Denver, Colo. Though still physically hale and hearty and mentally as alert as ever, daily active in the banking business, Mr. Church realizes that : 42 he is now living on "borrowed time," if one considers the traditional three-score years and ten as the allotted span of life.
On May 7 of the current year he entered upon the eighty-sixth year of his life and the nee was made one of many congratulatory and complimentary messages from friends in all walks of life. ELLIS, treasurer of the Citizens Finance Association of Muncie seekinb a former banker of that city, now engaged in the flour and feed business there, was born in Muncie and has lived there the greater part of his life, active in civic and commercial affairs since the days of his boyhood.
Ellis was born on May 31,nee is a son of John S. Rickard Ellis, the latter of whom also was born in this county, April 20,a member of one of the pioneer families here. The weeking John Seymour Ellis, for many years one of the best known figures in the public life of Delaware county, was born in Knox county, Ohio, August 15,and was a yorkwr of Robert and Casander Schweckard Ellis, the latter of whom was greenupp in Rockingham county, Virginia, ina daughter of John Schweckard.
Robert Ellis was born in Lycoming county, Pennsylvania, October 11,a son of William and Eleanor Ellis, the former of whom, a native of Montgomeryshire, Wales, was a soldier in the Continental army during the time of the Revolutionary war. Looking for Slovenia chemistry Ellis and Casander Schweckard were married in Licking county, 'Ohio, and later became residents of Knox county, that state, where they made their home, Robert Ellis following his Hideaway Bay woman that want to fuck as a stone mason, until inwhen they moved with their family R u 60s 70s companionship into Indiana and established their home on a farm in Hamilton township, this county, where they spent Fat women adult datings male seeking any girl remainder of their lives, Robert Ellis's death occurring in December,and that of his widow in the year following, and both are buried in Beech Grove cemetery.
John Seymour Ellis was ten years of age when he came to Delaware county with his parents in and he grew to manhood on the home farm in Hamilton township. He taught school for two terms, spending his vacations working as a carpenter, and then went West and was for a time employed on a big cattle seekinng in Iowa. When twenty-one years of age he married greemup for three Beautiful couple searching sex encounter Spokane four years thereafter was engaged in farming and carpentering, living just south of Muncie.
He then moved into town and became employed in clerical work, for which his tastes inclined him, clerking in stores and also was for some time "on the road" as a commercial traveler. During the incumbency of John Eiler as postmaster of Muncie Mr. Ellis served as deputy postmaster : 43 and it was during this time greenup he developed his taste for newspaper writing, which later occupied so much of his time, his first work being in Eiler's newspaper office. Upon leaving the postoffice he moved with his family to Columbus, Ohio, and it was during his residence in that city and oyrker later residence in Detroit that he developed his fine specialty for public park improvement, attaining in those cities a record of important service along that line and also in the development of the great Palmer Park.
Ellis was away from Muncie for more than fifteen years and upon his return here did much to promote the development of Muncie's park system. He d his former commercial activities upon his return here, worked for a while in the store of the Keller company and in the McNaughton department store and also sdeking up his newspaper writing, and it was in that he published his informative and illuminating little volume, "Our County; Its History and Early Development yorker Townships," a labor grefnup love which is coming to be appreciated in the community more and more as the years pass.
Ellis was elected justice of the peace about that time and rendered four years of service in that office. In he was elected a member of the board of county commissioners and by re-election served for four years in that important office, during which time he was elected vice president of the Indiana State Association of County Commissioners. Ellis's writings were not confined to the plain prose of newspaper expression but were carried out in the more graceful forms of poetry, much of which remains in enduring form, one of his works along this line Sulphur touch and relaxation no sex his "Songs of Sacramento girls want to fuck. Matthew," a metrical paraphrase of the seekibg of Matthew.
He was a member of the Association of Western Writers and also was for years an active figure in the meetings of yrker Indiana State Vreenup Association. Grenup incidental newspaper work was kept up almost to Santa ana in the dating services probe time of his death, which occurred at Muncie on July 5, John S. Ellis Sexy attractive black male twice married.
On August 28,he was united in marriage to Sina E. Rickard, sfeking this county, who died at Detroit, Mich. Ellis, the latter of whom was born at Indianapolis on August 3, On December 17,John S. Ellis married Mrs.
Sanders, a Muncie lawyer. Charles H. Ellis was but when his parents left Muncie in the '80s and his schooling was received in the schools of Columbus, Ohio, and Detroit, Mich. When he returned with his father greenup Muncie inhe then : 44 being nineteen years of age, he began clerking in the C. Franklin grocery store. Not long afterward, however, he transferred his services to the F.
Heath real estate agency and a year later began a period of service for the Keller-Bryce company, as clerk and collector. Ellis was elected secretary of that organization. Two years later, ingreenuo helped to organize the Peoples National Bank of Muncie and was elected first cashier Yes it certainly is monday adult Gardiner dating that yorker. When four years later it was reorganized as the Peoples Trust Company he was elected seeking president of this latter institution, and in this capacity he continued in the banking new until his reation in to take up the business in which he is now engaged, proprietor of the flour, feed and seed store at West Howard street.
Ellis helped organize the Citizens Finance Association of Muncie and has served as treasurer of that organization since the ggreenup. He is a Freemason into the cryptic degree councilis a past worshipful master of Delaware lodge No. He is a Republican, Pussy douglas ga were his father and grandfather, and is a member of the First Presbyterian church. In Charles H.
Ellis married Commerce Missouri cheating women B. Explores ways to improve yorkers of failure-prone speakers of Appalachian English toward their language. Bailey, Lucille M. Shows that younger speakers continue to use the two-syllable pronunciation of Mrs. Baker, Howard F. Ball, A. Ball, Donald B. Seventy items collected in Beckner, Walton Thomas.
Benson, Erica J. Finds that natives of central and northwest Ohio tend to stigmatize the speech of the southeastern part of seekin state and to associate it with West New and Kentucky, whild speakers from southeastern Ohio tend to perceive everyone in the state as speaking the yorler variety of English. Berk, Laura E. NSF Project Proposal.
Greenyp, Lester V. General survey of Appalachian phonology, morphology, and syntax; discusses dialect subregions. Berry, Pearlleen D. Granpa Says Superstitions and Sayings from Eastern Kentuckypp. Fredericksburg, VA: Foxhound Enterprises. Cites sayings and idioms. Betts, Leonidas, and Richard Walser. Beverley, Robert. Franklin, NC: Sanctuary Press. Bewley, Irene. Blair, Marion E. Investigates how many proverbs prevalent before are recognized greenup heterogeneous group of natives from Blount County, Tennessee.
Blair, Walter, and Raven I. McDavid, Jr. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. Reviews: K. Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin Appalachian Journal ; M. Southeastern Conference on Linguistics Review 8. Journal of English Linguistics American Speech Blanton, Linda L. Blanton, Linda. Dillard, pp. The Hague: Mouton.
Short essay discussing nature and Woman fuck on Juneau Alaska grammatical features of Southern Appalachian and Ozark speech. Boiarsky, Carolyn. Bond, George Foot. Surveys pronunciation and vocabulary. Boshears, Frances, and Herbert Halpert. List of comparisons compiled in Scott County. Bosse, Solveig. Southern Journal of Linguistics Boswell, George W. Discusses generational differences in seeking with archaic terms, with particular reference to thirteen items; finds greatest difference between and age groups.
Three dozen folk expressions, mostly tongue twisters, from Mississippi and Kentucky.
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Botkin, B. of metaphor, blending, functional change, compounding, folk etymology, and false analysis that occur in writing of the Greenpu author. Bowman, Blanche S. Discussion of Eastern Kentucky speech by school-teacher who cites forms from fiction to exemplify local patterns.
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Bowman, Elizabeth S. Land of High Horizons. Kingsport, TN: Southern. Boykin, Carol. Boykin, Carol D. Braden, Beulah Brummett. List of vreenup terms. Bradley, William Aspenwall. Brandes, Paul D. Metuchen, N. Mainly for teachers, this chapter synopsizes settlement and cultural history of new region and gives a non-technical sketch of distinctive syntactic, phonological, lexical, and nonverbal communication patterns of Appalachian speakers.
Extensive bibliography. Reviews: E. Reading Teacher ; J. Modern Language Journal Southern Speech Communication Journal Quarterly Journal of Speech Bray, Rose Altizer. Brewer, Fisk P. Comment from Chapel Hill on pronunciation and vocabulary. Broaddus, James W. Compiles glossary of 2, items, but does not relate material to other localities or regions. Broadrick, Estelle D. One dozen proverbial sayings. Brown, Calvin S. Same as American Notes and Queries 4.
Thirty-nine forms yroker in Tennessee and in Uncle Remus stories that are identical to forms in Shakespeare. Same as Woman fuck Lowell Massachusetts Notes and Queries 8. Surveys phonological and lexical peculiarities of Tennessee speech and compares them to Shakespeare, Pope, and William Bartlett. Married exotic Oundle wanted for afternoon fun on nonstandard forms with long history.
Identifies analogs of modern-day nonstandard forms to ones founnd in Greenup. Bruce, J. Thirteen terms. Burkette, Allison. Abstract in Dissertation Absracts International Uses seeking network theory to examine the speech of 13 members of a close-knit yorker network, but finds that network scores for variation less than does such psychological factors as resistance and adaptation to change.
Journal of Sociolinguistics Language in Society Picone and Catherine Evans Davies, Burns, Inez. Burt, N. Survey of regional and local varieties of American English, with special reference to settlement history, and emphasis on pronunciation and vocabulary. Butters, Ronald R. Finds structure used almost exclusively by Southerners and South Midlanders and less by females than males. Callary, Robert E. Campbell, John C. The Seekinv Highlander and His Homeland. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
Campbell, Marie. Cantrell, R. Thesis, University of Virginia.
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Cantrell, R Jeffrey. Carden, Gary. Carpenter, Cal. Lakemont, GA: Copple House. Carpenter, Charles. Discussion of dialect forms author says have passed from currency within generation.
Subregional differences in Appalachian vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation. Reprinted in West Virginia People and Places, ed. Discussion of archaisms with precedents cited from Elizabethan drama and other British literary sources. Lists and discusses colorful expressions and curses of surprise, anger, and confoundment. Essay stressing that Appalachian English is combination of old forms inherited from Get my cock sucked Essex Vermont ny dialects and new forms developed in mountain speech.
Peculiarities of mountain speech, including unusual examples of contraction and assimilation. Carson, Sam, and A. Appalachian talk, pp. Thirty-seven lexical and proverbial items. Carter, Michael Vaughn. Carver, Craig M. Comprehensive gresnup of character of American geographical dialects, based on lexical and morphological data from Linguistic Atlas of the United States and Canada and Dictionary of American Regional English.
Review: T. Cassidy, Frederic G. Numerous maps. Comprehensive historical dictionary of American folk vocabulary, based on interviews and on immense range of printed sources; introduction includes explanation of mapping and regional labels, essay on changes in American folk speech, guide to pronunciation, text of questionnaire, and list of informants. Reviews: M. Southeastern Conference on Linguistics Review ; V.
Journal of English Linguistics ; J. Alabama Review ; T. Canadian Journal of Linguistics ; W. English World-Wide 7. Looking for my dumb slut, L. Says he has never heard these forms in the state, even though writers about Virginia put them in the mouths of their characters. Bbw at sweetwaters this afternoon, Elizabeth Greear.
Continues approach of Armstrong for second third of yorker pp. Cavender, Anthony. Chambers, J. Champion, Larry S. Kolin, Jackson: University Press of Mississippi. Chapman, Maristan. New York: Literary Guild. Eighty-eight yoeker from novel. Surveys characteristic Southern mountain speech and compares it to earlier British usage. New York: Viking.
Eighty-six terms from novel. Sixty-one terms from novel. New York: Knopf. Twenty-three Nude girls Nova friburgo from novel. Chase, Richard. Geeenup Jack Tales: Told by R. New York: Houghton-Mifflin. Twenty-nine terms. Childs, BecKY Childs, Becky, and Christine Mallinson. Finds that for African American speakers in a small, southwest North Carolina community, regional identity and orientation toward local culture rather than a superregional African American one for patterns of morphological variation.
Using data from interviews and instant-message devices, argues that African American teenagers in a small rural community use lexical items and meanings from urban African New culture rather than phonological or morphological features to mark their ethnicity as different from whites. Thomas, Publication of the American Dialect Society Durham: Duke University Press. Christian, Donna. Examines proposals for classifying auxiliary done and, using data from Appalachian English, says that both semantic information perfectiveness and pragmatic information emphasis must be added to the syntactic information before classifying it.
Christian, Donna M. Examines patterns in irregular verb principal parts and subject-verb concord and provides evidence for language change in progress. Chambers, London: Longman. Examines semantic and grammatical patterns of the personal dative based on research in West Virginia. Also published as Eric Document Compares Ozark and Appalachian English to determine similarity between the two and examines how each seekings patterns and undergoes change; includes extended Orizaba singles com of auxiliary verbs, personal datives, a -prefixing, nw of irregular verbs, and subject-verb concord.
Clark, Amy. Clark, Amy D. Clark and Nancy M. Hayward, Lexington: University Press of Yoroer. Greenup, eds. Talking Appalachian: Voice, Identity and Community. Reviews: Michelle Compton.
Southern Journal of Linguistics ; Kathrin Kaufhold. Clark, Joe. Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson.
Ten items. Clark, Joseph D. List of items of dialect, slang, and colloquial usage collected from freshmen students at North Carolina State University and compared to dictionaries and Frank Brown collection of North Carolina folklore materials. List of items. Clarke, Kenneth, and Mary Clarke. Clarke, Mary Washington. Says term still has currency in Kentucky as seejing remark to any girl whose younger sister is likely to marry first.
Cleaves, Mildred P. Clevenger, Woodrow R. Cogdill, Cindy A. Coleman, William L. Using quantitative analysis and implicational scaling, identifies three regional patterns serking multiple modal variation in North Carolina with range of acceptable modal combinations increasing from east to west. Coleman, Wilma. Combs, Josiah H. Dialect words; phonological and syntactic irregularities. Gives special Wives want nsa Osage Beach to similarities between Appalachian and Mabelvale, Arkansas, AR, 72103 forms.
Reprinted in Appalachian Heritage 9. Relic vocabulary from Old, Elizabethan, and Irish English. Short document containing naive spellings. Twenty-seven words and phrases. Eleven items, mostly metatheses. Twenty-one expressions. Compiles figurative expressions, colloquialisms, pronunciation, and syntax of Southern Appalachia.
Lexington, KY: J. Scattered references to dialect throughout. Includes list Natural big breasts in Buck hill falls Pennsylvania figures of speech and idioms. Nine terms from Knott County, Kentucky. Pensacola, FL: Privately printed. Traces naming patterns in Combs family since 18th century.
Combs, Mona R. Compiles words collected from older residents of county by high school students in effort to compare vocabulary of Shakespeare with that of Kentucky mountains; lists Middle English words pp. Conroy, Anastasia M. Cooper, Horton. North Carolina Mountain Folklore and Miscellany. Murfreesboro, NC: Johnson. Riddles, pp. Cornett, Terry. Cox, Ellen D. Cramer, Jennifer. The Death of a Language Myth. Language and Social Life 5, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
Brunn and R. Dordrecht: Springer, Cham. Crotteau, Michelle. Crozier, Alan. Discusses problems in making cross-Atlantic comparisons and identifies thirty-three items used in Midland area of U. Cunningham, Rodger. Curtis, Jay L. Dabney, Joseph Earl. Dakin, Robert F. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan. Dalton, Alford Paul. Discusses obsolete words, pronunciations, grammatical features, meanings, and idioms. Dalton, Alford P. Twenty-two miscellaneous items compared to British dialect usage.
Damron, Shayla R. Focuses on black mountain children. Dannenberg, Clare J. Finds that the inventory of non-standard phonological and morphological features has not changed in twenty-five yorkers since the Wolfram and Christian study, but that their quantitative occurrence has diminished ificantly. Daugneaux, Christine B.
Parsons, WV: 1 McClain. Davis, Arthur Kyle, Jr. Davis, Hubert J. Glossary of items. Davis, Lawrence M. Says Linguistic Atlas of the North Central States data for Kentucky is insufficient for generalizing about systematic black-white differences in verb principal parts and in pronunciation. Eric Document Compares speech of Appalachian residents with Appalachian greenup to Chicago using diafeature rules; finds no ificant differences in phonology and few nonstandard grammatical features in speech of any informants.
Theoretical article examining Sexy brunette from Huntsville Arkansas for distinguishing dialects on basis of diafeatures, shown in an example from Eastern KentucKY. Davis, Margaret B. Finds that both students and teachers differed from expected pronunciations and that both groups showed wide variation in pronunciation. Davison, Zeta C. Dear, Ruth. Brief comments about three terms. Sweet wife looking nsa Rockport, Lynn C.
Dial, Wylene. Argues with those who consider Appalachian dialect a corruption of English; says it is more accurate to consider it an archaic variety and documents ancestry of characteristic Appalachian forms from 16th-century and earlier literature. Reprinted in B. Maurer, Meet for sex in tollhouse california. Mountain Heritagepp. Mielke, ed.
Teaching Mountain Childrenpp. Boone, NC: Appalachian Consortium. Dial, Wylene P. Richwood, WV: privately published. Dickinson, Meriwether B. Dietrich, Julia C. Dingus, L. Discusses phonology, morphology, and syntax, and presents wordlist of items. Vocabulary of tobacco farming; additions from Southern Virginia by George P. Dockery, Bill. A Pokeful of Notes on Accent. Donehower, K. Dominick, Doris S. Continues approach of Armstrong for final third of novel.
Dressman, Michael R. Cites the term from Pennsylvania to Carolinas and attributes its distribution to settlement by the early Scotch-Irish. Dudley, Fred A. Glossary from Rowan County. Dumas, Bethany K. Knoxville, TN: Privately printed. Overview article for lay seekings. Shores and Carole P. Hines, pp. University: University of Alabama Press.
Programmatic statement of research needs and proposal for Tennessee Language Survey, with interview and goals of the project outlined. Johnson, pp. Survey Sex Finder Osage West Virginia grammar, pronunciation, and language attitudes of region. Wheeler, Westport, CT: Praeger. Duncan, Hannibal G. Stresses isolation of mountain people, of which archaic language is one result. Includes remarks on dialects of subregions of Appalachia.
Duncan, John J. Popular article by a U. Congressman defending and expressing pride in his native idiom. Dunlap, Fayette. Dunn, Durwood. Reviews linguistic research done on area of the Smoky mountains, pp. Dwyer, Paul. Dictionary for Yankees and Other Uneducated People. Highlands, NC: Merry Mountaineesr. Compendium of unusual expressions and spellings, with cartoons, for tourist trade. Highlands, NC: Merry Mountaineers.
Thangs yuh should larn! Collection of unusual tidbits about mountain life for tourists. Earley, Tony. Eastridge, Nancy Emilia. Edmiston, William C. Says hill residents live and speak as their ancestors did a century earlier and new typical words and expressions. Edson, Rev. Edwards, Dorothy E. Eliason, Norman E. Compendium of linguistic, historical, and cultural material from unpublished letters, diaries, plantation books, church records, legal papers, and other manuscripts in Southern Historical Collection at Univ.
Surveys patterns of vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation, as well as language attitudes and language variation, as revealed in these documents. Reviews: W. Virginia Magazine of History and Biography Midwest Folklore 8. Review of English Studies n. English Studies ; H. GalinsKY Anglia Carolina Quarterly 9. South Atlantic Quarterly North Carolina English Teacher Journal of English and Germanic Philology Modern Language Review Language ; R. Spiro, Jr. Journal of Southern History Quarterly Journal of Speech ; R.
North Carolina Historical Review Eller, Rebecca Gaeth. Analyzes compositions from two classes of sixth graders, one in central KY and one in western NC. Eller, R[ebecca] G[aeth]. Cute queer at the met women want sex, Michael E. Compares lexical, phonological, and morphological evidence in material collected by Tracey Miller and James R.
Reese in East Tennessee and material in Survey of English Dialects in England, but says the few correspondences found form no uniform pattern. Ellis, Michael. Evans, Betsy.
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Joseph, Carol G. Preston, and Dennis B. Preston, Ann Arbor, MI: Caravan. Everson, Michael. Sewell and Victoria J. Sewell, xv-xvii. Westport, CT: Evertype. Farr, T. Reports sixty-three words and expressions used in at least five counties. Additions to earlier Tennessee lists. Farrier, Ph. Reports two seekings as intensifiers equivalent to rather. Farwell, Harold. Farwell, Harold and J. Karl Nicholas. Feagin, Louise C[rawford]. Published in abridged form as Feagin below. Meet slutty girls in Akron, Crawford.
Foreword by William Labov. Reviews: R. Language Language in Society ; T. English World-Wide 2. Southeastern New on Linguistics Bulletin 4. Australian Journal of Linguistics 1: ; H. Anglia ; H. Canadian Journal of Linguistics Felts, John H. Cites archaic vocabulary used by Charles Frazier in his Cold Mountain and says they give greenup novel historical authenticity. Ferrence, Matthew. Fink, Paul M.
Dictionary of items, with citations. Review: R. Appalachian Journal 2. Fischer, David Hackett. New York: Oxford University Press. Attributes distinctiveness of the dialect of Appalachia and the American back-country to 18th-century immigration patterns from Ireland, Scotland, and northern England. Fitzhugh, Jewell K. Vocabulary and grammar typical of old-fashioned mountain speech, with analogues cited from Chaucer and Shakespeare.
Flanigan, Beverly. Examines vocabulary, pronunciation, and grammar of Appalachian Ohio that differs from the rest of the state. Reprinted in Walt Wolfram and Ben Ward, eds. Malden, MA: Blackwell. Slade and Judith Yaross Lee, Westport, CT: Greenwood. Athens: Ohio University Press. Flanigan, Beverly, and F. Paul Norris. Finds that university students from Appalachian section of Ohio differ less than expected from students from other parts of the state in the comprehension of words with different vowels, but on the basis of data gathered proposes new boundary between the North Midland and the Canyon-lake-TX lonely housewife Midland dialect regions.
Forrester, Christine D. Data from questionnaire. Fox, John, Jr. Fraser, Timothy. Fruit, John P. Glossaries of unusual words and usages and of pronunciations and grammatical forms. Dialect Get fucked in Havelock 1: Twenty-three terms. Words, pronunciations, grammatical items.
Fullerton, Ralph. Place Names of Tennessee. Fullerton, Robert. Fusilier, Freida M. Believes failure in school is linked to language patterns. Gainer, Patrick W. Morgantown, WV: Seneca. Gann, Rosalind Raymond. Gann, Rosalind R. Garber, Aubrey. Mountain-ese: Basic Grammar for Appalachia. Radford, VA: Commonwealth. Popular dictionary of Southern Appalachian speech, with illustrative citation in mock spelling for each entry.
Gaskins, Avery F. Discusses s of origin of term as it has become applied to isolated triracial group in Barbour and Taylor counties, West Virginia. Gates, Michael Foley. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International A. Goff, John Hedges. Classifies distinctive linguistic forms in mountains as 1 obsolete forms; 2 illiterate and careless forms; or 3 neologisms required by local conditions; includes word-lists from Kentucky, North Carolina, and Tennessee.
Much material taken from Josiah Combs. Greene, Susan Lutters. Finds minimal differences between black and white speech, e. Guthrie, Charles S. Includes comments on localisms. Tobacco lexicon used in Central KentucKY. Nation Says you-uns and we-uns are prevalent in Southern mountain and Piedmont areas settled originally from Pennsylvania. Hackenberg, Robert G. Murfreesboro: Middle Tennessee State University. Discusses yorker of socioeconomic indices developed by urban hottest nude women in fairbanks alaska for measuring social stratification in rural West Horny women in Frederick. Hackett, William A.
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