Here is the link: http://rhodesfamily.org/bio_robert_russell_rhodes.php
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http://carl.rhodesfamily.org/register.php?personID=I1&tree=Carls&generations=4 : my web page dedicated to William & Susannah Rhodes and their descendants.
http://www.carl.rhodesfamily.org : is the site dedicated to all of my ancestors, (Carl) and my wife’s (Elaine (Grove) Rhodes).
“Read up on what happened before you were born; dig into the past, understand your roots. Ask your parents what it was like before you were born; ask the old-ones, they’ll tell you a thing or two.. Deuteronomy 32:7″
I love vintage photos, and when my daughter sent me the link to this site I felt compelled to share it. Below is an example of one the reworked photos:
To see more of these images follow this link: I Can’t Stop Staring At These Bizarre Gifs Of Vintage Photos
The following links are from my Website: Our Back Rhodes Genealogy Pages, the website for Rhoades, Rhoads, Rhodes, Rhodus, Roads, de Rodes, Rodes etc. family genealogy. These featured pages are my Revolutionary War records.
Rhodes’ that served in the Revolution http://rhodesfamily.org/rev_war.php
Rhodes’ from Lynn, Mass: http://rhodesfamily.org/lynn_mass_soldiers.php
Officers in the Continental Army: http://rhodesfamily.org/rev_officers.php
Rhodes’ that served at Valley Forge: http://rhodesfamily.org/valleyforge.php
MA Soldiers & Sailors of the Revolution:
Aaron to James Rhodes: http://rhodesfamily.org/ma_rev_war_aaron_james_rhodes.php
Jere to Prephus Rhodes: http://rhodesfamily.org/ma_rev_war_jere_prehus_rhodes.php
Samuel to Zebulon Roads: http://rhodesfamily.org/ma_rev_war_samue_zebulon_rhodes.php
Stoughton Mass. Minutemen: http://rhodesfamily.org/minutemen.php
A Young Girl and Her Doll, Reims, France, 1917
Here is the link: http://listverse.com/2012/11/30/15-incredible-color-photographs-from-a-lost-age/
Another web page added to the thousands on www.RhodesFamily.org, aka: Our Back Rhodes Genealogy Pages. Here is the link: http://rhodesfamily.org/montgomery_co,_oh_early_rhodes_mar.php
By Robin Harris.
Take two copies of the same manufactured CD from 1987 and subject to extreme heat and humidity in an environmental test chamber. Should turn out the same, right? No:
The one of the right is totally destroyed, while the one on the left is still playable. Why?
Commercially reproduced CDs the kind from major music labels are manufactured using a physical stamping on the plastic which is given a metallic coating to reflect the laser light a physical imprint on the media. Writable CDs and most writable DVDs and Blu-rays use a chemical organic dye layer that is inherently unstable and will often die within five years.
To read this whole article follow this link: http://www.zdnet.com/are-your-cds-dying-7000029547/
Here is the link: http://www.webburgr.com/colorized-photos/
Emir Seyyid Mir Mohammed Alim Khan, the Emir of Bukhara, seated holding a sword in Bukhara, (present-day Uzbekistan), 1910
Here is the link: http://www.buzzfeed.com/alanwhite/29-photos-of-russia-you-wont-believe-are-100-years-old