Papa parents were from Plain Dealing, La as well. Jennie had seven sisters she had no brothers and she was the third child to be born out of her siblings. Jennie parents were from Powhatton, La. As the years passed by my grandparents started getting older on Sunday, August 2, 1998 at 10:30P.M. at Willis Knight Medical Center in Shreveport, La a beautiful life came to an end.
Janet was born on September 21st, 1918, at Coleman Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana, to Omer and Zella Eisenhower. Janet had a ten-year-older sister, Thelma, who passed away in 1985. She also had an older brother, Kenneth, who passed away at eleven years of age, before Janet was born. Janet grew up New Augusta, Indiana. She lived on a farmhouse located on 62nd Street.
Only three hundred others have received this. The reason why integration occurred is because of the case called Brown vs. Board of Education. Brown vs. board was when a black third-grader named Linda Brown had to walk one mile through a railroad switchyard to get to her black elementary
Victim #1 Mary Ann Nichols found 31st of August 1888 Mary Ann Nichols was a forty – five year old woman short, dark complexion with brown eyes and hair with grey. Her mother and father Caroline and Edward Walker lived in London on Dean Street the 26th August 1845 Mary Ann’s birthdate. Marry Ann’s father provided for his family by being a locksmith. Later when Marry Ann became a young lady she married Williams Nichols, a printer machinist, and they had five children: Edward John, Percy George, Alice Esther, Eliza Sarah, and Henry Alfred. Mary Ann and William marriage came to an end shortly after the children.
Wilma Glodean Rudolph was born prematurely at 4.5 pounds (2.0 kg), the 20th of 22 siblings from two marriages; her father Ed was a railway porter and her mother Blanche a maid.  Rudolph contracted infantile paralysis (caused by the polio virus) at age four. She recovered, but wore a brace on her left leg and foot (which had become twisted as a result) until she was nine. She was required to wear an orthopaedic shoe for support of her foot for another two years. Her family traveled regularly from Clarksville, Tennessee, to Meharry Hospital (now Nashville General Hospital at Meharry) in Nashville, Tennessee for treatments for her twisted leg.
The church completed the home in 1908, and Harriet moved there several years later. She spent her last years in the home telling stories of her life to visitors. On March 10, 1913, Harriet died of pneumonia. She was 93 years old. Harriet Tubman was not afraid to fight for freedom and that is what she was best known
She then moved back to Wolver Hampton with Thomas Conway (to father her five kids). In 1880, they separated, due to habitual drinking. She once again left for London. On October 8, 1888, she was buried at Ilford (unmarked) at the age of forty-four. Then there was the last murder of the twenty-five year old Mary Jane Kelly.
AP Literature : Their Eyes Were Watching God Author: Zora Neale Hurston Date of Original Publication: 1937 Genre: Storytelling, Fiction Historical information about the period of the novel’s setting: Biographical information about the author: Zora Neale Hurston was born on January 7, 1981 in Notasulga, Alabama. Her father was a preacher, farmer, and carpenter, and her mother was a former schoolteacher. Before ZNH was one year old, the family moved to Eatonville, Florida, the first all-black town in the United States. ZNH‟s mother died in 1904. She attended high school in Baltimore before graduating in 1918.
OBITUARY- Long Essay #1 Hanna Khavich Trane Hanna Khavich Trane, 77 years old, passed away on Tuesday, September 16, 2010 at Genesee Hospital, Rochester, New York, after a 6 month battle with cancer. Mrs. Trane was born on January 15, 1933, the oldest of three children to Elaina Smith Khavich and Simon Khavich. For the first three years of her life, Mrs. Trane grew up in Kharkov, Ukraine and immigrated with her family, including her brother Andy, and her sister Vera, to Ellis Island in 1936. Growing up in New York City, she was homeschooled by her mother from kindergarten until the fifth grade. She then attended P.S.
ames Madison, Jr. was born at Belle Grove Plantation near Port Conway, Virginia on March 16, 1751, (March 5, 1751, Old Style, Julian calendar), where his mother had returned to her parents' home to give birth. He grew up as the oldest of twelve children.  Nelly and James Sr. had seven more boys and four girls. Three of James Jr's brothers died as infants, including one who was stillborn. In the summer of 1775, his sister Elizabeth (age 7) and his brother Reuben (age 3) died in a dysentery epidemic that swept through Orange County because of contaminated water.