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Faulkner Family Heritage By Barbara Emmons
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My mother (Geneva Merritt) and I originally wrote this book in 2004 for our own personal enjoyment and for family members. Since then it has been request by other distant family members which is why... More > I choose to go forward with publishing the book. We spent about 25 years doing our research for this book. We did it the old fashion way by visiting courthouse, cemeteries and distant family members. We had a lot of fun and made a lot of friends and met a lot of family along the way. Since the book was written we have gained another whole generation and we have lost many of our beloved family members. We have also with the help of the internet been able to find even more international records. So, be on the lookout for a future book with more family stories, family pictures and family heritage. I hope that ya'll enjoy the book as much as our family has.< Less
Faulkner Family Heritage By Barbara Emmons
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My mother (Geneva Merritt) and I originally wrote this book in 2004 for our own personal enjoyment and for family members. Since then it has been request by other distant family members which is why... More > I choose to go forward with publishing the book. We spent about 25 years doing our research for this book. We did it the old fashion way by visiting courthouse, cemeteries and distant family members. We had a lot of fun and made a lot of friends and met a lot of family along the way. Since the book was written we have gained another whole generation and we have lost many of our beloved family members. We have also with the help of the internet been able to find even more international records. So, be on the lookout for a future book with more family stories, family pictures and family heritage. I hope that ya'll enjoy the book as much as our family has.< Less
Words of Wisdom: William Faulkner By Students’ Academy
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William Faulkner is a Nobel Prize laureate from America. He is considered to be one of the best writers of short stories and novels in America. It is often said that Faulkner has always used... More > precise diction in his writings and the words which he has used often leave a very deep impression on the minds of his readers. Some of the lines spoken by his characters in his novels and short stories have become world famous quotes and sayings. Faulkner used to say, "Read, read, read. Read everything--trash, classics, good and bad, and see how they do it. Just like a carpenter who works as an apprentice who studies the master. Read! You'll absorb it." In this collection we have included hundreds of witty sentences composed by William Faulkner. They are full of wisdom and intelligence. They are sure to enlighten the readers.< Less
The Outrageous Life of Henry Faulkner By Charles House
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The life of painter and poet Henry Faulkner, from his childhood in rural Kentucky to a flamboyant bohemian existence in New York, Los Angeles, Key West, and Sicily. The author sheds light on the... More > tragic tensions experienced by the artist in contemporary America.< Less
Charles Faulkner, a Queensland pioneer By Morland Smith
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A native of the Fens country in Lincolnshire, Charles Faulkner and wife Elizabeth left England in 1848 to start a new life in Australia. After only 3 weeks at sea on board the barque Artemisia,... More > tragedy struck when Elizabeth died and was buried at sea. Charles sought his fortune by prospecting for gold at Ballarat and California before settling in Maryborough, Queensland and marrying Emma Woodman. After farming at "The Pocket" in Maryborough and prospecting for gold at Gympie in 1867, he and Emma with their 9 children moved to the Bundaberg district where he established the successful Woodlands Sugar Plantation near Burnett Heads. Research for this biography has been carried out by one of Charles's great grandsons, Morland Smith.< Less
Charles Faulkner, a Queensland pioneer By Morland Smith
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A native of the Fens country in Lincolnshire, Charles Faulkner and wife Elizabeth left England in 1848 to start a new life in Australia. After only 3 weeks at sea on board the barque Artemisia,... More > tragedy struck when Elizabeth died and was buried at sea. Charles sought his fortune by prospecting for gold at Ballarat and California before settling in Maryborough, Queensland and marrying Emma Woodman. After farming at "The Pocket" in Maryborough and prospecting for gold at Gympie in 1867, he and Emma with their 9 children moved to the Bundaberg district where he established the successful Woodlands Sugar Plantation near Burnett Heads. Research for this biography has been carried out by one of Charles's great grandsons, Morland Smith.< Less
The Faulkners of the McKendree Section of Edgefield, SC By
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Genealogy of the Faulkner Families originating from the McKendree Section of Edgefield County, SC
The Families of Russell Faulkner, Elijah Faulkner, and Eligah Melvin Faulkner of Edgefield District, South Carolina By Drew Glover Welch
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This is a genealogical study of the families of Russell Faulkner (ca.1775-1840s) of Edgefield District,SC; his son Elijah Faulkner (1813-1896), and his grandson Eligah Melvin Faulkner (1858-1941). It... More > includes death and marriage records, obituaries, deeds, grave inscriptions and over 230 census records. It covers over 237 years of the Faulkner family in Edgefield, Greenwood, McCormick, and Aiken Counties, South Carolina.< Less
Memory Book By Pete Faulkner, Mary Faulkner
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The diary and poems of a RAF serviceman in pre-partition India during the Second World War.
The Secret History of Faulkner's As I Lay Dying By Stephanie Kenrose, MFA
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Faulkner’s use of Christian Mythology and Southern folklore in As I Lay Dying is well documented. However, Addie Bundren’s journey to her burial plot parallels the travels of the dead in... More > the Aztec myths of the gloomy underworld of Mictlan too closely to be explained by coincidence. This book explains some of the major similarities between the myths and AILD, and will suggest places where Faulkner may have obtained his source material.< Less