Floyd Wardlow Jr.

M, #5014, b. 29 April 1921, d. 9 September 1998
Father*Floyd Hill Wardlow Sr. b. 1889, d. 1948
ChartsWILLIAM BASSE
Birth*29 April 1921 Floyd Wardlow Jr. was born on 29 April 1921.1 
 He was the son of Floyd Hill Wardlow Sr. 
Death*9 September 1998 He died on 9 September 1998 at age 77. 
Last Edited7 Jun 2008

Citations

  1. [S613] James Wardlow, "Wardlow," e-mail to MVW, June 7, 2008.

George Clifford Wardlow1

M, #5017
Father*William Franklin Wardlow1
Mother*Anna Olivia Killpatrick1
ChartsWILLIAM BASSE
 George Clifford Wardlow was the son of William Franklin Wardlow and Anna Olivia Killpatrick.1 
Death* He died He died at the age of 102. 
Last Edited7 Jun 2008

Citations

  1. [S613] James Wardlow, "Wardlow," e-mail to MVW, June 7, 2008.

James Patrick Wardlow1

M, #1139, b. 3 October 1822, d. 1890
Mother*Cynthia (?)2 b. 1792
ChartsWILLIAM BASSE
Birth*3 October 1822 James Patrick Wardlow was born on 3 October 1822 at Pulaski County, GA. 
 He was the son of Cynthia (?)2 
MARRIAGE*26 October 1848 He married Francis Mary Ann Floyd, daughter of Federick (Fed) Floyd and Mourning Bass, on 26 October 1848 at GA James Wardlow seems to come from a family well established in Jones County Georgia as his mother Cynthia is shown as a head of household there in 1830. There is no way to know how James ended up in Pulaski County married to Francis Mary Ann. The couple did not appear on the 1860 census anywhere in Georgia, but they reappear in 1870 in Jones County living with Cynthia. 
Death*1890 He died in 1890. 
CENSUS1850* He appeared on the CENSUS.3
Here are the newly married Frances Mary and James Wardlow living near family members.
Biography*  Jimjanicew@bellsouth.net Margot: Thanks so much for the Floyd book. This makes me want to dig a little deeper into the Wardlow history. In your book, you mentioned Jones County as the likely place where Francis (my Dad spelled her name w/ an e) Mary Ann Floyd Wardlow and James Patrick Wardlow lived after moving from Pulaski County. It is my understanding ( info from my father ) that they lived on Upper River road near Gray in Jones County. My dad (deceased ) and Emmit Rynolds visited the old family graveyard in the 1960's I believe and were disappointed that it had been largely destroyed. They found a civil war button they believed belonged to James Patrick. I have been to the old courthouse in Gray and looked up Wardlow land transactions. Many names I recalled from Dad's stories, but other names I had never heard.
James Patrick was a guard at Andersonville prison during the Civil War. The family story told by my aunt Mattie and my father was that when the war ended he walked home to Jones County (perhaps 60 miles) tore off his uniform and tossed it into the fireplace.

Two item I believe you will want to see are the civil war era chest that the Yankee's knocked a strip of wood from and the fabric that my father has attach this note: "Thread was home spun and hand woven by Mrs. Frances Mary Ann Floyd Wardlow, wife of James Patrick Wardlow, lll. 1823-1890 It is a guess that this represents the centennial project of the great - grandmother of Floyd Wardlow, jr" This is a large piece of fabric in good but out perfect condition.
My linage to the Floyd's is as follows: Frances and James Patrick Wardlow- their son was William Franklin Wardlow-- whose son was Floyd Hill Wardlow Sr., whose son was my father ,Floyd Wardlow Jr. Please let me know when you would like to visit- w/a few days notice I'll try to dig out other info- Dad tossed nothing and I have keep most everything.

Best to you and your family and thanks again for the wonderful family history. 
CENSUS1880*1880 He appeared on the Census in 1880 at Jones, Ga; He and wife Mary Ann are living with unmarried son. Here is a note from a descendant:It is my understanding ( info from my father ) that they lived on Upper River road near Gray in Jones County.4 

Family

Francis Mary Ann Floyd b. 23 January 1824, d. after 1877
MARRIAGE*26 October 1848 He married Francis Mary Ann Floyd, daughter of Federick (Fed) Floyd and Mourning Bass, on 26 October 1848 at GA James Wardlow seems to come from a family well established in Jones County Georgia as his mother Cynthia is shown as a head of household there in 1830. There is no way to know how James ended up in Pulaski County married to Francis Mary Ann. The couple did not appear on the 1860 census anywhere in Georgia, but they reappear in 1870 in Jones County living with Cynthia. 
Child
Last Edited15 Oct 2015

Citations

  1. [S100] Unknown subject unknown repository.
  2. [S55] 1870 Census;.
  3. [S52] 1850 Census;.
  4. [S56] 1880 Census;.

William Franklin Wardlow1

M, #2372
Father*James Patrick Wardlow b. 3 Oct 1822, d. 1890
Mother*Francis Mary Ann Floyd b. 23 Jan 1824, d. a 1877
ChartsWILLIAM BASSE
 William Franklin Wardlow was the son of James Patrick Wardlow and Francis Mary Ann Floyd
MARRIAGE* He married Anna Olivia Killpatrick.2 
CENSUS1880*1880 He appeared on the Census in 1880 at Jones, Ga; He is living unmarried with his parents. 

Family

Anna Olivia Killpatrick
Children
Last Edited7 Jun 2008

Citations

  1. [S23] Doris Floyd Dixon, "Pedigree Chart."
  2. [S613] James Wardlow, "Wardlow," e-mail to MVW, June 7, 2008.

(?) Ware1

M, #3412

Family

Child
Last Edited10 Jul 2002

Citations

  1. I got this name from Becky Nagle.

Thomas B. Warren

M, #838
MARRIAGE* Thomas B. Warren married Sarah Hall Richardson, daughter of John Crowley Richardson and Sarah Hall, First marriage. 

Family

Sarah Hall Richardson d. say 1834
Last Edited3 May 1999

Augustine Washington

M, #4546, b. 1693, d. 1743
Father*Lawrence Washington b. Sep 1659, d. 1697
Birth*1693 Augustine Washington was born in 1693. 
 He was the son of Lawrence Washington
Death*1743 He died in 1743. 

Family

Child
Last Edited5 Mar 2010

Elizabeth Washington1

F, #3127, b. circa 1740, d. 1778
Father*John Washington b. 1717, d. 1752
Mother*Margaret Storke b. c 1715
Birth*circa 1740 Elizabeth Washington was born circa 1740 at Caroline, VA.1 
 She was the daughter of John Washington and Margaret Storke
MARRIAGE*21 December 1760 She married John Buckner on 21 December 1760 at Stafford, VA.1 
Death*1778 She died in 1778.1 
Married Name21 December 1760  As of 21 December 1760,her married name was Buckner.1 
Note*2006 She e-mail from Justin Glenn dated May 2001:
"The best place to find full details on the Storke[Stoke]-Washington connection (and to take your line back to the immigrant ancestor John Washington, gr. grandfather of George W.) is:
William G. Stanard, 'The Descendants of Two John Washington's", VA. Magazine of History and Biography, Vol 22 (1914), pages 213-214. There are errors in this long article, but it's solid for your line, as I recall).
Justin Glenn gives the lineage of Elisabeth [Washington] Buckner as:

She is the daughter of John Washington and Margaret Storke [Stoke]; granddaughter of Nathaniel Washington and Mary Dade [and he questioned her maiden name] Nathaniel Washington was one of 4 sons of immigrant Col. John Washington.

Here is the Washington line according to Justin Glenn
John Washington (the immigrant) m. Anne Pope

Their son John Washington (Jr.) m. Anne (Wickliffe?)

Their son Nathaniel Washington m. Mary (Dade?)

The line continues thus (with Nathaniel’s son John):


36.          John Washington (b. ca. 1716; m. [Nov. 23, 1738] Margaret Storke [b. Jan. 18, 1720/1721; d. post 1782]; he d. ante April 14, 1752).
          Children:
     +120.      Elizabeth Washington.
     +121.     Nathaniel Washington.
          122.          William Washington (b. Dec. 9, 1748; he d.s.p. ante March 25, 1788).
     +123.          John Washington. [G.H.S. KING, Reg. St. Paul’s, 148-149; W. STANARD, ““Desc. of Two John Washingtons,” VHM, 22 (1914) 213-214; J.A.W., Outline, 1331]


NEXT GENERATION:

120.          Elizabeth Washington (b. in Caroline Co., Va. ca. 1740; m. in Stafford Co. [Dec. 21, 1760] John Buckner [b. ca. 1725/1730; sheriff of Caroline Co., Va., where he d. ante May 15, 1777]. She d. ante May 10, 1781).
          Children:
     +422.     Richard Henry Buckner.
     +423.     John Washington Buckner.
          424.     Catherine Buckner (b. ca. 1765; m. George Buckner [1760-1828], and she d.s.p. 9 months after her marriage).
     +425.     Peter Ballard Buckner.
     +426.     Margaret Storke Buckner. [Marr. date from G.H.S. KING, Reg. of St. Paul’s Parish, 18; F. VIRKUS, C.A.G., 3:448; G.H.S. KING, “Further notes on Capt. George Buckner,” VMH 64 (1956) 365-366; J.A.W., Outline, 13312, however, gives their marriage date as Dec. 11, 1760. The original Register of St. Paul’s Parish is lost and there are discrepancies in the various copies. In explaining this discrepancy, J.A.W. notes: “... when George King published the Register, he did not get back to what I thought was the earliest and best copy. I do seem to have decided at one point in my own mind that 21 Dec. 1760 was a better reading than 11 Dec.”]



NEXT GENERATION:


426.          Margaret Storke Buckner (b. ca. 1769; m. Thomas Keith Lendrum, Jr. [a young physician at Port Royal, Va., at the outbreak of the Rev. War, he volunteered as a surgeon’s mate in the Navy of the State of Va. He served aboard two Continental privateers, the Tartar and the Tempest during the Rev. War, reportedly serving for two years and ten months aboard the Tempest before it was captured. He is said to have held the rank of maj. By May 8, 1801 Dr. Thomas Lendrum res. in upper end of Westmoreland Co., he was inoculating patients. He d. in Westmoreland Co., Va., between Jan. 11 and July 22, 1811]. Margaret inherited five Negro girls from her uncle William Washington #13313, in his will dated March 2, 1786 [Westmoreland Co., Will Bk. 18, p. 27]. As a widow Margaret can be traced in the 1820 census Westmoreland Co., Va. [p. 285], which lists 1 male 16-18, 1 male 16-26, 1 female 10-16, 2 females 16-26, 1 female over 45. Margaret d. between 1820 and 1830.
in 2006.1 

Family

John Buckner d. 1777
Children
Last Edited19 Aug 2010

Citations

  1. [S489] Justin Glenn, "Justin Glenn notes," e-mail to Margaret Woodrough, Feb 12, 2001.

George Washington

M, #4548, b. 1732
Father*Augustine Washington b. 1693, d. 1743
Birth*1732 George Washington was born in 1732 This is THE George Washington.1 
 He was the son of Augustine Washington
Last Edited3 Mar 2009

Citations

  1. [S489] Justin Glenn, "Justin Glenn notes," e-mail to Margaret Woodrough, Feb 12, 2001.

John Washington

M, #4537, b. 1717, d. 1752
Father*Nathaniel Washington b. 1690, d. 1718
MARRIAGE* John Washington married Margaret Storke at VA. 
Birth*1717 He was born in 1717. 
 He was the son of Nathaniel Washington
Death*1752 He died in 1752 at Caroline, VA. 

Family

Margaret Storke b. circa 1715
Child
Last Edited19 Aug 2010

John Washington

M, #4541, b. 1633, d. 1676
Birth*1633 John Washington was born in 1633 at England. 
Death*1676 He died in 1676. 
Note* He Apparently there were four sons although I've not found the fourth name yet. This John Washington along with his brother Lawrence was the immigrant from England. 

Family 1

Child

Family 2

Child
Last Edited5 Mar 2010

Lawrence Washington

M, #4545, b. September 1659, d. 1697
Father*John Washington b. 1633, d. 1676
Birth*September 1659 Lawrence Washington was born in September 1659. 
 He was the son of John Washington
Death*1697 He died in 1697. 

Family

Child
Last Edited17 Aug 2006

Nathaniel Washington

M, #4539, b. 1690, d. 1718
Father*John Washington b. 1633, d. 1676
Birth*1690 Nathaniel Washington was born in 1690. 
 He was the son of John Washington
Death*1718 He died in 1718. 

Family

Child
Last Edited17 Aug 2006

Dorothy Lorayne Waters1

F, #2197, b. 1920, d. 1 April 1998
Father*Homer Preston Waters
Mother*Eva May Holland b. 27 Apr 1894, d. 15 Aug 1970
MARRIAGE* Dorothy Lorayne Waters married /Jennings/ (?) 
Birth*1920 She was born in 1920. 
 She was the daughter of Homer Preston Waters and Eva May Holland
Death*1 April 1998 She died on 1 April 1998. 

Family

/Jennings/ (?)
Last Edited16 Feb 2002

Citations

  1. [S322] Unknown subject unknown repository.

Homer Preston Waters

M, #1274
MARRIAGE*22 November 1913 Homer Preston Waters married Eva May Holland, daughter of Jesse Jasper Holland and Mary Lou Vinson, on 22 November 1913 at Ben Hill County, GA.1 

Family

Eva May Holland b. 27 April 1894, d. 15 August 1970
Children
Last Edited24 Apr 2006

Citations

  1. [S340] Unknown subject MVW file.

Patricia Lou Waters

F, #2199
Father*Homer Preston Waters
Mother*Eva May Holland b. 27 Apr 1894, d. 15 Aug 1970
 Patricia Lou Waters was the daughter of Homer Preston Waters and Eva May Holland
MARRIAGE* She married /Stedham/ (?) 

Family

/Stedham/ (?)
Children
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Eleanor Watts

F, #4293
MARRIAGE*1863 Eleanor Watts married Abraham Saunders Piatt, son of Benjamin McCullough Piatt and Elizabeth Barnett, in 1863. 
Married Name1863  As of 1863,her married name was Piatt. 

Family

Abraham Saunders Piatt b. 21 May 1821
Last Edited14 Jan 2006

John Wicklye1

M, #4066
Biography*  Here is the Weakland family connection mention in SLB's notes and diaries. Apparently John was a bit of a folk hero in the area. There are many family stories related to Fr. Gallitzen. This account paints another side of the man:
Child of ZEPHANIAH WEAKLAND is:
     i.     JOHN4 WEAKLAND.

Notes for JOHN WEAKLAND:
It has not been established as to which of the John Weaklands this story applies.

The story about John Weakland is documented in the book, "Apostle of the Alleghenies" by Margaret and Matthew Bunsen.

John Weakland was a huge 'mountainman' sort of fellow; a legend in his own time. Had a wolf as a pet, was
said to have strangled a bear with his own hands when it attacked him. A tall, quiet man who kept to himself
(as did wife and sons), and was given lots of respect and wide berth.

Fr Gallitzin was not well liked among many of the area because he was very straight forward and once he began
setting a project in motion, such as a gristmill or a sawmill, he didn't really care whose toes he stepped
on. If his purposes were blocked by men, he would turn to the law for relief and most often won. Many of the
area men felt that his buying land and creating jobs ruined their own plans - and many just hated the fact
that he was not only a Russian prince, but a Catholic priest bent on converting everyone in that area! A
lynch mob formed and they waited along a path the prince was known to take on his way back to the parish
church.

They sprang on him and began to accuse him with the intent on hanging him. Before they could do so, John
Weakland came along. John stepped into the clearing where the hanging was going to be attempted, and with
his right arm pulled an oak post out of the ground. Family legend says that his words to the mob were
something like, "I've never laid hands on a man before, but that is about to change if you touch this
holy man." and the mob fled. Fr Gallitzen prophesied that one of John Weakland's progeny would someday say
Holy Mass at the St Joseph's mission church. That was eventually fulfilled when Fr Bernard Weakland was
visiting the area and celebrated Holy Mass at the church in 1917. He did not know of the prophesy until
after Mass, when parishioners familiar with the story told him about it.

John Weakland's body was eventually moved from the old cemetery to a new one, and there is a sworn statement
by religious sisters who over saw the exhumation and transportation of the body that his casket and body
had become nothing but dust and bones, but his right arm was totally incorrupt. A window in St Joseph's
church at Hart's Sleeping Place (near Altoona, Pennsylvania) commemorates the event.


4. WILLIAM3 WEAKLAND (JOHN2, ZEPHANIAH1) was born 1770, and died 13 Aug 1864 in Loretto, Cambria co PA. He married MARY BARBARA RUFFNER 07 Feb 1804 in Sportsman Hall, Greenburg, Westmoreland Co, PA, daughter of SIMON RUFFNER and CATHERINE GRIFFIN. She was born 05 Nov 1774 in PA, and died 20 Jan 1857 in Loretto, Cambria co PA.
Luke Scheer [lukerita@sbcglobal.net]. 

Family

Child
Last Edited21 Sep 2007

Citations

  1. [S522] International Genealogical Index (IGI).

(?) Webb

F, #4007
Father*Daniel W. Webb b. c 1797
 (?) Webb was the daughter of Daniel W. Webb
Last Edited24 May 2004

Daniel W. Webb1

M, #1127, b. circa 1797
ChartsWILLIAM BASSE
Death* Daniel W. Webb died at Pulaski County, GA. 
Birth*circa 1797 He was born circa 1797 at North Carolina, NC. 
MARRIAGE23 November 1828 He married Martha Cason on 23 November 1828.2 
MARRIAGE*1 January 1849 He married Nancy Floyd, daughter of Federick (Fed) Floyd and Mourning Bass, on 1 January 1849 at GA.3 
Deathcirca 1861 He died circa 1861 at GA.2 
LANDCONTRA*1854  In 1854 at GA Daniel Webb purchased part of the Fed and Mourning Floyd land from his brother in law Washington J. Floyd. Daniel had a number of slaves indicating he was doing well. Deed is recorded in Book L. Its land in lot 39 on the NW side of public road in the 21st Dist of Pulaski.
W. J. FLOYD SOLD TO
DANIEL WEBB
CENSUS1860*1860 He appeared on the census in 1860 at GA; The 1860 Slave Schedule shows Daniel Webb owning seven slaves: a woman, 38; a man, 20; a man, 18; a boy, 12; a girl, 10; a girl, 8; and a boy, 2. He lived just two houses from Washington J. Floyd.4 

Family 1

Child

Family 2

Martha Cason
MARRIAGE23 November 1828 He married Martha Cason on 23 November 1828.2 
Child

Family 3

Nancy Floyd b. 4 March 1808, d. after 1870
MARRIAGE*1 January 1849 He married Nancy Floyd, daughter of Federick (Fed) Floyd and Mourning Bass, on 1 January 1849 at GA.3 
Children
Last Edited25 Jun 2007

Citations

  1. Middle initial came from deed dated 1854.
  2. [S490] Donald R. Floyd, The Elusive Floyds, p.38.
  3. [S490] Donald R. Floyd, The Elusive Floyds, p. 37.
  4. [S490] Donald R. Floyd, The Elusive Floyds, p. 38.

Kinchen Webb

M, #1657, b. circa 1850
Father*Daniel W. Webb b. c 1797
Mother*Nancy Floyd b. 4 Mar 1808, d. a 1870
ChartsWILLIAM BASSE
Birth*circa 1850 Kinchen Webb was born circa 1850 at Pulaski County, Ga, Here is the Kinchen name again. 
 He was the son of Daniel W. Webb and Nancy Floyd
Last Edited25 Jun 2007

William Webb

M, #1656, b. after 1849
Father*Daniel W. Webb b. c 1797
Mother*Nancy Floyd b. 4 Mar 1808, d. a 1870
ChartsWILLIAM BASSE
Birth*after 1849 William Webb was born after 1849. 
 He was the son of Daniel W. Webb and Nancy Floyd
Census*1850 He appeared on the census of 1850 at Pulaski County, GA.1 
Census1860 He appeared on the census of 1860 at GA. 
Last Edited24 May 2004

Citations

  1. [S193] Unknown subject unknown repository.

Hannah Weldon

F, #529
MARRIAGE* Hannah Weldon married Peter Rudd, son of Elijah Rudd and Elizabeth Hudson
Married Name Her married name was Rudd. 

Family

Peter Rudd
Children
Last Edited19 Jun 1998

Albert Wells1

M, #2581
Birth* Albert Wells was born at Zanesville, OH. 
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Citations

  1. [S403] Unknown subject unknown repository.

Ambrose Wells1

M, #2582
Birth* Ambrose Wells was born at Zanesville, OH. 
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Citations

  1. [S403] Unknown subject unknown repository.

John Wells1

M, #2583
Birth* John Wells was born at Zanesville, OH. 
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Citations

  1. [S404] Unknown subject unknown repository.

Margaret Wells1

F, #2542, b. 30 May 1830, d. 5 March 1899
ChartsHerman Charles Vollmer
ReferenceB-23
Birth*30 May 1830 Margaret Wells was born on 30 May 1830 at Zanesville, OH. 
MARRIAGE*13 May 1847 She married Samuel Shoemaker on 13 May 1847. 
MARRIAGE*24 August 1852 She married Rezin (Pap) Horatio Ogle, son of Horatio (Horace) Ogle and Mary Ellen Shipley, on 24 August 1852 Margaret Wells Shoemaker's husband died leaving her with two small children. She moved with her son, George to Laurel Maryland where she met Rezin H. Ogle.2 
Death*5 March 1899 She died on 5 March 1899 at age 68. 
Biography*  According to the story told by Mary Carey, Margaret Wells was born in Ohio when Indians were on the war path. She lived in Zanesville just outside Columbus. Zanesville was a place especially known for its pottery and everywhere in town there were pottery businesses. Margaret's mother died when she was young. Her brothers were old enough to look after themselves, but Margaret moved with her father to Georgetown (Washington, D.C.) in about the year 1840. They were traveling east in a covered wagon when they were attacked by Indians. Margaret's father was killed by an Indian arrow. Margaret who was only ten and was alone continued on the journey east with some fellow travelers who survived the Indian attack. At last they entered western Maryland and eventually traveled down the Old Georgetown Road south of Rockville where the family stopped. By now they were in the area now known as Bethesda and were befriended by a family named Grimes who lived in the area. Margaret stayed with the Grimes family living as one of their children. Here she learned beautiful hand sewing and eventually earned her living as a tailoress. She married Samuel Shoemaker a member of the very prominent family of land owners who are still (1976) in possesion of large tracts of land around Bethesda. The couple had two children. Samuel Shoemaker died leaving Margaret with the children. Shortly after his death Margaret married a widower, Rezin Horatio Ogle. 
Married Name13 May 1847  As of 13 May 1847,her married name was Shoemaker. 
Married Name24 August 1852  As of 24 August 1852,her married name was Ogle.2 
City Direc*1853  In 1853 Mrs. Ogle seamstress listed on Market between 4th and 5th.3 

Family 1

Samuel Shoemaker d. 9 June 1851
MARRIAGE*13 May 1847 She married Samuel Shoemaker on 13 May 1847. 
Children

Family 2

Rezin (Pap) Horatio Ogle b. 14 August 1814, d. 11 May 1904
MARRIAGE*24 August 1852 She married Rezin (Pap) Horatio Ogle, son of Horatio (Horace) Ogle and Mary Ellen Shipley, on 24 August 1852 Margaret Wells Shoemaker's husband died leaving her with two small children. She moved with her son, George to Laurel Maryland where she met Rezin H. Ogle.2 
Children
Last Edited16 Dec 2004

Citations

  1. [S395] Unknown subject unknown repository.
  2. [S456] Mary Durkin Carey, "MDC notes."
  3. [S562] Boyd, Boyd's Washington.

Elizabeth Welsh

F, #900, d. 1712
MARRIAGE*12 March 1691 Elizabeth Welsh married Daniel Richardson, son of William Richardson and Elizabeth (Ewen) Talbot, on 12 March 1691. 
Death*1712 She died in 1712. 
Married Name12 March 1691  As of 12 March 1691,her married name was Richardson. 

Family

Daniel Richardson b. 13 March 1670, d. 1722
Last Edited14 Jan 1999

Paul Whidden1

M, #4374
ChartsZachariah Davis
MARRIAGE* Paul Whidden married Ruby Davis, daughter of Charles Aron Davis and Martha E. Graham.1 

Family

Ruby Davis b. 1917
Last Edited13 Mar 2006

Citations

  1. [S579] Ed Harmond, "Harmond," e-mail to MVW, Feb 8 2006.

A. J. Whipps

M, #545
MARRIAGE* A. J. Whipps married Elizabeth Adamson, daughter of Joseph Adamson and Sarah Rudd

Family

Elizabeth Adamson
Last Edited19 Jun 1998