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Sheffield Lillibridge By Betty (Lillibridge) Dick
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Supplement Two - The Lillibridges of the World By John Lillibridge
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Is Supplement Two the 1994 book The Lillibridges of the World
Supplement Two - The Lillibridges of the World By John Lillibridge
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Lillibridge Houses By james hall
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Thomas Lillibridge, the first, moved to Rhode Island in the 1690's. All Lillibridge's in America are thought to be descended from him. In 1715 he moved to what is now called Richmond Connecticut. The... More > dwelling houses he lived in and his descendants after are chronicled. Thomas and other Lillibridge's are buried in the Lillibridge Cemetery on his property. Lillibridges continued to live on this land until the death of Janetta Lillibridge Brown in 1940. Their history gives insight into americas history. The Reverend David Lillibridge, Thomas the first's grandson, "was almost gigantic in frame, and strong mentally and morally as well as physically." Joel Eno. He served in the army during the French and Indian War at age 15 years. Later he moved to Willington, CT where he built a church and was its only Pastor for 55 years. His home is still standing and a National Historic site. David and his descendants history are told along with the history of the Reverend David Lillibridge house.< Less
Lillibridge Houses, expanded version By James Lowell Hall
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Expanded edition has new section on the Hampton Lillibridge house,"the most haunted house in Savanna Georgia."The houses hauntings and other Paranormal Lillibridge phenomena are... More > recounted. Thomas Lillibridge, the first, moved to Rhode Island in the 1690's. All Lillibridge's in America are thought to be descended from him. Lillibridges continued to live on this land until the death of Janetta Lillibridge Brown in 1940. Their history and houses give insight into Americas history. The Reverend David Lillibridge, Thomas the first's grandson,"was almost gigantic in frame, and strong mentally and morally as well as physically." Joel Eno. He served in the army during the French and Indian War at age 15 years. Later he moved to Willington, CT near the time of the Revolutionary war. He founded a church and was its only pastor for over 50 years, His home is still standing and a National Historic site. David and his descendants history are told along with the history of the Reverend David Lillibridge house.< Less
Mackinaw Snipe Hunt : A Ray Lillibridge Story By James Hall
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Ray Lillibridge age 15 was forced to leave his family in the Dakotas and move to Delavan, Illinois with cousins he does not know. His initiation by the boys takes an unusual turn during a fishing... More > trip when Ray meets local legend Hog Wallace. Even Casey Jones driving engine 638 of the Illinois Central Railroad does his part. A Ray Lillibridge Story.< Less
Good Night Sweetheart Good Night By Ray Harrison Lillibridge, Marguerite Jenike Lillibridge, James Lowell Hall
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Marguerite Jenike teaches in a "hinky dinky" one room school house 10 miles out of town and rooms in a farm nearby. Ray Lillibridge runs a contracting firm that is building many of the... More > towns houses and bidding on the construction of the new library. They are falling in love. But how can they see each other in a time when the main transportation is a horse and buggy? Depending on the weather 10 miles on dirt roads can seem a continent away? Courting involves limited sleep on the weekends and exchanging letters of love. Letters that reveal small town life and hardships in America soon after the turn of the 20th Century. Letters full of wisdom and wit that document a growing respect and attachment between the two young lovers. Ray lost his home at age 14. He had to leave school and loved ones and work for his living. He desperately wishes for the home and family that was taken from him in his youth. For Marguerite faith and family are paramount. And Ray may be the foundation to build her home and family.< Less