Nancy P. Goodman's GENEALOGY AND TENNESSEE © The original of this page is at: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~tngenny1/beech.html Web Pages by Genny1@aol.com http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngenny1/index.html BEECH AND BEACH FAMILIES IN TENNESSEE This is my husband's Beech line: THE JOE COOPER AND MARY S. BEECH FAMILY: Send email to me at: Genny1@aol.com if you are connected to this family FIRST... Continue Reading →
Junkyard photos, round 1 VIEW SLIDE SHOW DOWNLOAD ALL The attached photos are property of this author and may NOT be used without written permission!
These photos are property of this author and may NOT be used without written permission! Barns, round 2 VIEW SLIDE SHOW DOWNLOAD ALL
The photos shown here are the property of this author and may NOT be used without written permission! Big old tree in Hendersonville after it fell due to lightning & storm VIEW SLIDE SHOW DOWNLOAD ALL
Photos are all property of this author, may not be used without written permission! Barns round 1 VIEW SLIDE SHOW DOWNLOAD ALL
The Grand Old Opry has lost one of it’s valued members of long standing, 81 year-old Jim Ed Brown. Jim Ed Brown, who, along with his two sisters, Bonnie Brown and Maxine Brown, comprised a country music singing group known as ‘The Browns’. The Browns had, as one of their early hits - a lively... Continue Reading →
HEADLINE: An Independent Analysis of Self-Esteem SUBHEAD: Your Opinion of You is Important! DESCRIPTION: ABSTRACT: It is not always what others think of you that matters. Your own self esteem should be high, not low. CONTENT: An Independent Analysis of Self-Esteem Your opinion of YOU is important! It is not always what others think of... Continue Reading →
HEADLINE: 'Your Angels', an Original Poem/song by Nancy P. Goodman SUBHEAD: Inspired by Associated Content Article 'Do You Believe in Angels?' Written by Jack Wellman, AC Writer DESCRIPTION: ABSTRACT: you may never see one but your angels are there you may never hear one but they are in the air CONTENT: Your Angels, an original... Continue Reading →