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The GAYRE or GAY FAMILY GENEALOGY By Lanette Hill
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This book includes two different sections. SECTION ONE is the family ancestry and descendency of Zarobable Gay. The SECTION TWO is the family ancestry and descendency of Simon Gay. Both of these... More > family lines settled in Colquitt County, Georgia Wills, Cemetery Records, Census Records, books, land deeds, military records, church records, etc. were used to write this book. Many hours of labor, were required to complete this data. Library research, microfilm records, reading many books, so much more. A must have item for the GAYRE or GAY family member.< Less
Two Gay Muslim Couples By Ali
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Ali, the author of this book, is from Tehran, Iran. He belongs to an upper-class Iranian family. He holds an MA in Philosophy and an MA in English literature. He has travelled throughout the Middle... More > East, the subcontinent of Indo-Pakistan, and Europe. He has studied the cultural history of the region very well. He has written this book titled Two Gay Muslim Couples in light of the Muslim culture, which is antagonistic to the gay lifestyle. The protagonists of this novel represent the sad plight of gay men in the Islamic world, where gays are psychologically and physically punished and repressed. Therefore, the purpose of writing this romance is to tell the world that millions of gays in the Muslim world are in desperate need of help from their fellow human beings.< Less
Two Gay Muslim Couples By Ali
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Ali, the author of this book, is from Tehran, Iran. He belongs to an upper-class Iranian family. He holds an MA in Philosophy and an MA in English literature. He has travelled throughout the Middle... More > East, the subcontinent of Indo-Pakistan, and Europe. He has studied the cultural history of the region very well. He has written this book titled Two Gay Muslim Couples in light of the Muslim culture, which is antagonistic to the gay lifestyle. The protagonists of this novel represent the sad plight of gay men in the Islamic world, where gays are psychologically and physically punished and repressed. Therefore, the purpose of writing this romance is to tell the world that millions of gays in the Muslim world are in desperate need of help from their fellow human beings.< Less
Lott Ivey Family History By Ivey Nance
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Family history of Lott and Winifred Ivey who ended up in Jasper County, GA. Descendants of their children: 1)Benjamin Ivey of Gwinnett County, Georgia. 2)Martha Ivey who married Green Berry... More > Hill of Fayette County, Georgia. 3)John Ivey who married Armine Leverett and traveled from Jasper County to Fayette County, Georgia finally settling in the Randolph and Cleburne counties of Alabama. The book also covers some of the in-laws. Meshack Teal of Campbell County, Georgia. Joseph Williams of Haralson County, Georgia George Washington Gay, JR of Carroll County, Georgia and Cleburne County, Alabama. Harbard Cook from Jefferson County, Georgia to Fayette County, Georgia. John William English from Campbell County, Georgia to Cleburne County, Alabama. William James Wellborn from Coweta County, Georgia to Bosque County, Texas.< Less
Lott Ivey Family History By Ivey Nance
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Family history of Lott and Winifred Ivey who ended up in Jasper County, GA. Descendants of their children: 1)Benjamin Ivey of Gwinnett County, Georgia. 2)Martha Ivey who married Green Berry... More > Hill of Fayette County, Georgia. 3)John Ivey who married Armine Leverett and traveled from Jasper County to Fayette County, Georgia finally settling in the Randolph and Cleburne counties of Alabama. The book also covers some of the in-laws. Meshack Teal of Campbell County, Georgia. Joseph Williams of Haralson County, Georgia George Washington Gay, JR of Carroll County, Georgia and Cleburne County, Alabama. Harbard Cook from Jefferson County, Georgia to Fayette County, Georgia. John William English from Campbell County, Georgia to Cleburne County, Alabama. William James Wellborn from Coweta County, Georgia to Bosque County, Texas.< Less
The "People Power" Love/ Lust Superbook: Book 27. Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual Guide 1 (Gay Lifestyle – Family – Fun - Activism) By Tony Kelbrat
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In all of past history and even now, gay people have had a tough go of it. First off, they had a hard time finding each other, the public at large hated them, most Gods hated them and they could... More > have been thrown in jail, mental institutions or killed for gay activity. I read that homosexuality was largely tolerated in the early Christian church because it was so rampant among the clergy. In 1260, the French government passed a law declaring that a man's testicles would be cut off for a first offence of homosexuality, the penis for the second and death by burning for the third. Hitler capped off the purge by trying to exterminate gays in the late 1930s and early 1940s. In the mid-1800s, homosexuality went from being a moral sin to being a mental/ genetic disease.< Less
Old Falmouth By Susan E. Gay
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This is a modern scan of a rare, readable and fascinating history of Falmouth written over 100 years ago. It is an exhaustive study of the town, covering Arwenack, Pendennis, the Killigrew family,... More > Falmouth in the eighteenth century, the Packet Ship Service and the story of the town's growth. Susan Gay used many old documents and maps during her research for this book, many of which have sadly since been lost or destroyed, making the information found within this volume important and irreplaceable. The book on sale is a full scan of the 1903 volume. It is A5 in size, printed as black and white paperback with 264 numbered pages plus several front sheets containing an introduction, list of contents etc. It contains illustrations throughout as per the original book. NB: THE PAGES OF THE SCAN MAY CONTAIN SOME IMPERFECTIONS THAT WERE EITHER PART OF THE ORIGINAL BOOK OR INTRODUCED DURING THE EXTENSIVE SCANNING PROCESS. HOWEVER, ALL WORDS AND ILLUSTRATIONS ARE PERFECTLY LEGIBLE< Less
A Dutch Castaway on Ascension Island in 1725 By Alex Ritsema
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On 5 May 1725 a Dutch ship’s officer, Leendert Hasenbosch, was set ashore on the desert island of Ascension in the South Atlantic Ocean, as a punishment for sodomy. He tried to survive on... More > turtles and birds but found very little water on the barren island. He wrote a diary. He probably died after about half a year. In January 1726 British mariners found his tent, diary and other things and brought the diary to England. In 1726 a first English version of the diary of the Dutch castaway was published. Other versions followed in 1728, 1730 and 1976. Who was the castaway? The truth was disclosed by the Dutch historian Michiel Koolbergen (1953-2002), in a posthumously published book in Dutch. With the support of Michiel Koolbergen’s family and publisher, this new book discloses the truth in English. This book is the second edition, with some improvements compared to the original edition of 2006. This book is illustrated with line drawings, both historic ones and by the Dutch artist Anneke de Vries.< Less
A Dutch Castaway on Ascension Island in 1725 By Alex Ritsema
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On 5 May 1725 a Dutch ship’s officer, Leendert Hasenbosch, was set ashore on the desert island of Ascension in the South Atlantic Ocean, as a punishment for sodomy. He tried to survive on... More > turtles and birds but found very little water on the barren island. He wrote a diary. He probably died after about half a year. In January 1726 British mariners found his tent, diary and other things and brought the diary to England. Later that year, a first English version of the diary of the Dutch castaway was published. Other versions followed in 1728, 1730 and 1976. Who was the castaway? The truth was disclosed by the Dutch historian Michiel Koolbergen (1953-2002), in a posthumously published book in Dutch. With the support of Michiel Koolbergen’s family and publisher, this new book discloses the truth in English. This book is the second edition, with some improvements compared to the original edition of 2006. This book is illustrated with line drawings, both historic ones and by the Dutch artist Anneke de Vries.< Less
A Dutch Castaway on Ascension Island in 1725 By Alex Ritsema
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On 5 May 1725 a Dutch ship’s officer, Leendert Hasenbosch, was set ashore on the desert island of Ascension in the South Atlantic Ocean, as a punishment for sodomy. He tried to survive on... More > turtles and birds but found very little water on the barren island. He wrote a diary. He probably died after about half a year. In January 1726 British mariners found his tent, diary and other things and brought the diary to England. Later that year, a first English version of the diary of the Dutch castaway was published. Other versions followed in 1728, 1730 and 1976. Who was the castaway? The truth was disclosed by the Dutch historian Michiel Koolbergen (1953-2002), in a posthumously published book in Dutch. With the support of Michiel Koolbergen’s family and publisher, this new book discloses the truth in English. This book is the second edition, with some improvements compared to the original edition of 2006. This book is illustrated with line drawings, both historic ones and by the Dutch artist Anneke de Vries.< Less

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