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Subject: Re: [APG] 1st genealogy pub in America - 284 years ago today
Date: Fri, 9 May 2008 10:50:16 EDT
I've opened several posts on this thread, but hadn't had any reason to join
in---UNTIL this morning, when the following message was in my inbox:
"Email survey from the distillers of the Classic Malts"
I deleted it, then remembered it hadn't said [APG], so I yanked it from the
trash. It was an actual survey! And the only malt I've ever had was in those
Why me? And why in the midst of y'all's pub reminiscing?
(Just passing this along, for a chuckle.)
Gale Williams Bamman, Certified Genealogist
Cross Plains, Tennessee
In a message dated 5/9/2008 8:49:09 A.M. Central Daylight Time,
Joan - I have never heard of such a society. Thank you for bringing it to
our attention. What a hoot!
I have ancestors who ran a tavern in New Amsterdam. They often got in
trouble with the authorities for selling liquor to "Indians." After her
husband's death my 8G grandmother was finally evicted from the city for not
mending her ways and lived out her years in Schenectady.
I'll check into this! Looking forward to creating our gen pub in KC next
week for those interested!
Laura G. Prescott
On 5/7/08 11:45 PM, "" <> wrote:
> It sounds like you are all just trying to find a qualifying ancestor to
> that most venerable of all lineage societies: Flagon and Trencher,
> Descendants of Colonial Tavern Keepers:
> Joan <--who has an ancestor with a tavern licence in 1778 (alas, two years
> too late to qualify for membership)
> In a message dated 5/7/2008 9:29:33 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
> I liked the idea of a genealogy pub too, until I got to thinking about the
> possible pickup lines there ... "Been to any great cemeteries lately?"
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