Carolyn (Bobola) Murphy

Carolyn (Bobola) Murphy

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Carolyn was born in Attleboro, MA.

She went to school at King Phillip Regional High school, outside Boston and graduated in 1989. She came to Maine for college, and never left! I love living were the mountains meet the sea!

Some of the things most important to Carolyn are her children, whom she home educates. Her writing, and most recently: Shakespeare!

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On 15 Aug 2014 at 05:24 GMT Debbie (Tucker) Partridge wrote:

Hi Carolyn,

I'm requesting the add for the Earnhardt family in order to connect to the extended family members, ie: sisters, brother, parents, aunt and uncles, and 6 generations back on his grandmothers side. Dale Sr. is my 6th cousin, so I have information dating back to 1785. Thank you, Debbie (Tucker) Partridge

On 25 Oct 2009 at 16:28 GMT Paul Johnson wrote:

"Common Sense" was a pamphlet, but Paine did write several books. His last, "The Age of Reason", was a scathing criticism of ALL organized (or revealed) religions, as being only institutions of control over man. He used Christianity (most familiar to him) as his example, and the Bible itself, to disprove any Divine origin. Paine was not an atheist, but a Deist, believing God would not reveal himself to Man via anything as mutable as writing, but did so via nature and immutable natural laws. "The World is my Country, and to do good my religion." But on his final return to America, AofR was seen only as an "attack on Christianity", resulting in only 6 funeral attendees, 2 of which were freed slaves. Why? Read Paine's pamphlet "African Slavery in America" written 90 yrs < the Civil War.

On 30 Dec 2008 at 15:29 GMT vicki williams wrote:

Hi Carolyn,

My father respects and admires the accomplishments and courage of James Doolittle very much. I would love to find some personally signed memorabilia or just something special for him to add to his personal and special WWII collection that he takes so much pride in. Can you refer me to any good sources, websites, etc in order to obtain something of this nature for him? It would mean so much to him. Thanks for your time. Vicki Williams

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