Victoria returns home to Carson to repair the damage to her family from Harlan’s selfish choices. The struggles that she faces in raising her six children alone with limited help from her surrounding family begin to take their toll on Victoria’s health. She discovers love at last in the arms of William but finds obstacles in their way to happiness in her own insecurities and his mother’s interference. Victoria is challenged to accept the shred of darkness that remains in her spirit to protect her family. As her body begins to deteriorate, Victoria finds solace in her youngest daughter, Valora, especially when her twin daughters, Gia and Leah, unleash their bitterness and rage from the past. Victoria faces incredible losses and the lingering darkness that waits in the shadows to reconnect the line. Will Victoria surrender in the face of regret, Gia and Leah’s bitterness, and her blind devotion to Valora? Or will her wisdom and legacy destroy the darkness once and for all?
The Legacy is the fourth and final book of the Victoria’s Journey series. Bestselling author, A’Mera Frieman, has taken readers on an incredible journey into the fictional drama, based on her mother’s life as a single mother trying to raise her children in a world of poverty, ridicule, and prejudice while holding firm to her strength and Christian values.
As a young African American girl residing in rural Louisiana in the 1960s, Raine Jackson faces numerous challenges as she struggles to find love and inner peace within her own mind. As the young girl searches for love from her father who holds a grudge against her mother she wonders if she will ever live up to his standards and gain his affection. Jealously and rage engulfs her as she watches her father share his love with everyone but her. The young girl faces numerous issues with bullies, racist remarks, and self-doubt. A mysterious letter from an anonymous sender and visions with premonitions of the future embarks Raine on a heart thrilling quest to discover buried secrets about her family. Will she ever discover how to love herself and make sure her broken family becomes whole again?
The family information in this book comes from a genealogy magazine published during the 1990s, now out of print. Contents of this volume include all queries from the magazine mentioning individuals or families surnamed CROSS (with 13 queries total), CROOKS (or CROOKS) (10 queries), or CROCKETT (9 queries), as well as miscellaneous other names including CROMWELL (4 queries), CROSBY (3 queries), CROMARTIE (2 queries), CROSSLAND (2 queries), and CROFT, CROLL, CRONN, CROTHERS, or CROTZER (with 1 query apiece).Genealogy queries such as these have long been a means for family researchers to share information. Although these queries were written by persons seeking information, the wealth of detail in them could prove valuable to you if you’re working on the same names or lines.Typically, queries include information on births, deaths, marriages, children of a given couple, family migrations, etc. Some trace several generations of one family. Some even include colorful family stories passed down through the years!Note: If you aren’t sure if the information in this book will be useful to your particular family research, why not borrow and read it for free with a Kindle Unlimited subscription?Other surnames occurring incidentally in the queries reproduced in this volume include ADAMS, AGEE, ALLAN, ALLEN, ARNOLD, ASBURY, ASHBERN, ASHBURN, AVANT, AVERY, BAKER, BARNES, BASS, BATES, BELL, BELT, BLOUNT, BOLDING, BOLIN, BOND, BOOKER, BORDEAUX, BOURGOGNE, BRADLEY, BRAY, BREWER, BROCK, BROWDER, BROWN, BROWNING, BURFORD, BURGIN, BURNES, BURNS, BUTLER, BYERS, CALLAHAN, CAMPBELL, CARVER, CATO, CHAMBERLIN, CHAPMAN, CHOAT, CHOATE, CLARK, CLINGAN, COLEY, CONLEY, CONNALLY, COOK, COOKE, COOPER, COX, CRAFT, CRAIG, CRISP, CROW, CULLEY, CUNNINHAM, CURNUTT, CURRIN, DAVIS, DEAN, DOANE, DONALDSON, DONE, DOWNEN, DREW, DUCKETT, DURANT, DURKEE, EDMUNDSON, EDWARDS, ELLIOTT, ELLIS, ESENDER, EVERMAN, FILLINGER, FLETCHER, FORRESTER, FORT, FORTUNE, FOSTER, FREDERICK, FULKS, FULLBRIGHT, GAMBLE, GARRETT, GAUTHIER, GIBSON, GIVENS, GOBLE, GOOLSBY, GRAY, GRIFFIS, GRIFFITH, GRIME, GRISHAM, GRISSOM, HALL, HARPER, HARRIS, HARTGRAVES, HATCHER, HATCHETT, HAWKINS, HENDERSON, HENDRY, HENRY, HERNDON, HICKS, HILL, HINKLE, HINTON, HIX, HIXON, HOLLIS, HOLMES, HOLUBAR, HOOKER, HOPPER, HORN, HORTON, HOUP, HOWARD, HUSONG, HUSSON, HUTCHINSON, ISRAEL, JACKSON, JEHLICKA, JENKINS, JOHNS, JOHNSON, JOHNSTON, JONES, JORDAN, JOSLIN, KAISER, KEEN, KEMP, KIDD, KILLINGSWORTH, KING, KIRK, KLUCEK, KNIGHT, LAMB, LAMBERSON, LANDRETH, LAWLESS, LEE, LEIGH, LESTER, LEWIS, LINDER, LINDSEY, LOGAN, LOVELL, MAJOR, MANNING, MATHIS, MAYHEW, McALLISTER, McALPIN, McCARN, McCLANAHAN, McCRARY, McDONALD, McGLUTHIM, McKEE, McRAE, METHVIN, MILLS, MOBLEY, MOFFITT, MOORE, MORGAN, MORRISI, MURBACH, MURPHY, NANCE, NELSON, NETTLES, NORTHCUTT, OWEN, OWENS, OWINGS, PAGE, PALMER, PATTON, PERDUE, PERRY, PETERS, PHILIPS, PHILLIPS, POWELL, PRITCHART, PRYER, RABISCHUNG, RAINES, RAMSEY, REED, REEVES, RICE, RICHARDSON, RIED, ROBERTS, ROBERTSON, ROMINE, ROPER, ROSIER, ROSS, RUSHING, RUSSELL, SAMPLES, SAMPLEY, SANDLIN, SCOGGINS, SELLERS, SHEFFIELD, SHIPLEY, SILLARS, SILLERS, SMITH, SMOAK, STAINBACK, STALLINGS, STARNES, STEELE, STEPHENS, STEVENS, STEVENSON, STEWART, STILLINGER, STONE, STORY, STRIBLING, SWILLINGS, SWINFORD, SYLVESTER, SYRAT, THOMPSON, THORNBERRY, TILL, TIMMS, TOLIVER, TRIAL, TRYSLETT, TUCKER, TURMAN, TURNER, UTLEY, UTLLEY, VICARS, VINES, WALKER, WALSH, WATERS, WATERSWORTH, WAYNE, WEAST, WEAVER, WELLS, WESTCOTT, WHEELER, WHITAKER, WHITE, WHITLEY, WILBANKS, WILLIAMS, WILSON, WINSTEAD, WOMACK, WORTHEN, WREN, YONGE, ZIEGEL, ZIEGLER and ZOURAS.
The family information in this book comes from a genealogy magazine published during the 1990s, now out of print. Contents of this volume include all queries from the magazine mentioning individuals or families surnamed CARPENTER (with 14 queries total), CARTWRIGHT (12 queries), CARSON (11 queries), CARNES (CARNS, CARN) (7 queries), CARNAHAN (2 queries), CARNEY (2 queries), CARMAN (2 queries), CARTMELL (CARTMILL) (2 queries), CARMACK (1 query), CARMALT (1 query), or CARTY (1 query).Genealogy queries such as these have long been a means for family researchers to share information. Although these queries were written by persons seeking information, the wealth of detail in them could prove valuable to you if you’re working on the same names or lines.Typically, queries include information on births, deaths, marriages, children of a given couple, family migrations, etc. Some trace several generations of one family. Some even include colorful family stories passed down through the years!Note: If you aren’t sure if the information in this book will be useful to your particular family research, why not borrow and read it for free with a Kindle Unlimited subscription?Other surnames occurring incidentally in the queries reproduced in this volume include ABEL, ADAMS, ALLEN, ASHFORD, ASTON, ATWELL, BARNES, BARRETT, BARTON, BASHAM, BATES, BEDDOW, BENSTER, BEST, BIRD, BLACKER, BLAIR, BLAKE, BLOCKER, BOLLAND, BOOTH, BOYD, BOZEMAN, BRADLEY, BRANNAN, BREWSTER, BRIDGES, BRITTON, BROCK, BROOKS, BROWN, BRYAN, BRYANT, BURGE, BURNSIDE, BUSIC, CALDWELL, CAMPBELL, CANNON, CARR, CARTER, CASON, CASTEEL, CHAMBERS, CHISM, CLENDENEN, CLIFT, CLINTON, COGBURN, COLE, COLEMAN, COLEMAN- DINGLER, COLLINS, COMBS, CONNELLEY, COOPER, CORDERY, CORNSHAW, COX, CRAIG, CRIM, CRIMM, CURNEL, CURNELL, DANIELS, DAVIS, DEADMON, DEDMAN, DEDMON, DENBOW, DERRICK, DIX, DOLLARHIDE, DONALDSON, DOWNING, DUKE, DUKES, DUNN, EGBERT, ELLARD, ELLIS, ENGLISH, ENYART, EVANS, EVINS, FARGASON, FARMER, FORBIS, FOSTER, FRIEND, FROST, FUHRMAN, FULCHER, FURGESON, GARRET, GIBBS, GIPSON, GRAY, GREEN, GRIDER, GRIER, GROOMS, GROOVER, GROSS, GROVER, GUNNELL, GUNTER, HALL, HALSEY, HAMILTON, HANKINS, HARMON, HARRISON, HAYCRAFT, HAYNES, HELVESTON, HENDRICKS, HENDRIX, HENRY, HESTER, HIGGINS, HOFF, HOLLIE, HORNSBY, HORSLEY, HOWARD, HUFF, HUGHES, HUMBRED, HURST, ILES, IRVIN, JACKSON, JACOBS, JAMES, JANES, JARNAGIN, JENKINS, JOHNSON, JOHNSTON, JONES, JORDAN, JOYCE, KARNES, KELLEY, KELLY, KING, KIRKENDOLL, KNOWLING, LANE, LANHAM, LAWSON, LESLEY, LEWIS, LILLY, LONG, MADDEN, MANGUM, MARSHALL, MARTIN, MATHEWS, McCAN, McCARTY, McCAW, McCRARY, McCUNE, McDONALD, McDONNALD, McDONNOLD, McELROY, McGEE, McHUGH, McKEE, McSPADDEN, McSWAIN, MEADOR, MEADOWS, MEDFORD, MESSICK, MILLER, MOODY, MOON, MOORE, MORRISON, MULLINS, MURR, MUSGROVE, NAFF, NAILER, NATION, NEIGHBORS, NELSON, NEWMAN, NEWTON, ODEN, OOLEY, OSBURN, OWEN, OWINGS, PAGE, PAKER, PARIS, PARISH, PARKER, PATE, PATTY, PAYSINGER, PEEK, PENCE, PENNY, PERSON, PETERS, POLK, POOLE, POST, PRICE, PUCKETT, RAINBOW, RAY, REDMON, REID, REMBO, RICHARDS, RILEY, ROBBINS, ROBINSON, ROGERS, ROLLER, ROLLERIN, ROLLINS, ROSS, RUSSELL, RUST, SAMPLE, SAMPSON, SANDERS, SCHRIMSHER, SETTLE, SEXTON, SHARBER, SHAW, SHOEMAKER, SHRIVER, SHUFORD, SHUMATE, SIMMONS, SKELLINGTON, SMITH, SONDESKY, SPURGEON, STEMME, STEVENS, STINE, STONE, STRANGE, STRIBLING, STRICKLAND, STRICKLIN, STRIPLIN, SUTTON, SWAIN, SWIFT, SYDNOR, TAYLOR, THOMPSON, THORNHILL, TILLERY, TIMBERMAN, TODD, TRIBBY, TRIBBY, TRIPLETT, TRUSSELL, TUCKER, TURNBAUGH, TURNER, VAN ZANDT, VANCE, VANN, VANZANT, VIOLETT, VISER, VIZIER, WALDRUP, WATERS, WEBSTER, WEENS, WHATLEY, WHITT, WIGGINS, WILKINSON, WILLIAMS, WILLS, WILSON, WITT, WOLF, WOLFE, WOOD, WOODARD, WRAY, YOCUM, and YOUNG.
“Borcke’s book is one that no student of Confederate history will forget.”—Douglas Southall Freeman.Memoirs of the Confederate War for Independence is one of the best account of the American Civil War written from the Confederate point of view. The book was written by Heros Von Borcke, a Prussian cavalry officer, who served in service in the cavalry of the army of Northern Virginia. The Memoirs follow his service that begun in the spring of 1862. He was a direct witness and a participant of many great battles of the American Civil War (Seven Pines, the Seven Days, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville and Brandy Station). Borcke’s participation in the war ended in the early part of the Gettysburg campaign, when he was wounded.
Jefferson Davis was an American politician who served as the first and only President of the Confederate States of America from 1861 to 1865. This collection presents to you a well sourced biography of Davis, which conveys the essence of the man and the determined politician. The edition also contains his most revealing works: “A Short History of the Confederate States of America” and “The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government”: Contents: Jefferson Davis by Frank H. Alfriend Works by Jefferson Davis:A Short History of the Confederate States of America: Before Secession Secession and Confederation The WarThe Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government