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... wheels so we headed for Venice Beach not being sure what to expect having heard a number of stories about it - not in a good way. We needn't have worried. During daylight at least it is a mad mix of Californian surf beach, a beach path congested with all types of skating and biking wheels, live music, fast food, beachside shops and arty beachside homes. We found boy heaven at a skateboard shop and left quite some time later burning through much of ...
... Josephina (Pepina) and Rosa. If you read the census carefully, you’ll see that his father, Charlie Sr., if I can call him that, migrated in 1891 and his mother, Mary, actually Maria Grande, migrated in 1896. But it also shows they had been married 10 years, which means they were married in Italy in 1890. The census also reveals that Mary/Maria had three children, only two of which were then living.
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... one in the colourful dress", as I said... Charming! We stopped for a quick snack of a $2.50 taco at Venice beach along with a deep fries Twinkie between us. (Whilst in America and all that.) we then ventured back to the pier where we had a proper lunch and chilled on the beach for a while. On the way there we learnt that if you press American road crossing buttons too many times, they become quite irate and speak to you "WAIT" much to my amusement! We left ...
... and the 1930 Census, I had some doubt who the Harleys were. There were uncles I never heard of and an aunt with the wrong name - Agnes instead of Joan. But I had heard of Reid Ave while growing up in Brooklyn. And then I found the marriage certificate for my folks, Frances Carlson and William Francis (Frank) Harley, which confirmed the address on Reid Ave. Then, the WW I draft registration form for my granddad, James Francis ...
... that Alchemists turned metal into gold and dreamed of doing the same.The boy concludes after not getting much info out of the Englishman's books nor he from the desert that each person learns or is on their Personal path in their known way. The caravan man teaches him that the key to happiness is living abasing only in the ...