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From: "~Bret,scion of Charle de Magne" <>
Subject: Re: Scion
Date: Mon, 5 Jan 2009 08:08:51 -0800 (PST)
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On Jan 5, 6:36 am, Jack Linthicum <> wrote:
> On Jan 4, 10:33 pm, "~Bret, scion of Charle de Magne"
> <> wrote:
> > On Jan 4, 5:31 pm, wrote:
> > > Hi Bret,
> > > It occurred to me to be curious about the usage of the term "scion;" i.e.,
> > > whether the spelling is the same for both sexes. Scion sounds male, but if I
> > > am reading the dictionary correctly, it can be used for both male and female.
> > > Therefore, I am also a scion of Charlemagne on two lines: Louis I "The
> > > Pious" (from both wives) and Pepin Carloman. And many others. I also descend
> > > from Edward Johnson and Elizabeth Walker who have recently been discussed. I
> > > am related to Gen. Robert E. Lee, Mark Twain, and Jesse and Frank James, and
> > > George Washington is said to have been named for my ancestor, Col. George
> > > Eskridge of Virginia, who was guardian of Washington's mother, Mary Ball.
> > > Kay Baganoff, Scion of Charlemagne.
> > Scion, in my sense of usage, is a descendant
> > ~Bret, scion of Charle de Magne
> >http://Back-stabbingAncestralDescendants ASSoc.genealogy.medieval
> Do you think you could remove sci.military.naval from your Hines-
> derived list of addressees for this type of post? Thank you.
You know, Jack, I enjoy the cross-posting, as it opens up new
venues to look at, especially ones which as shared subjects.
I am not sure who has stated all these cross-posts,
but because I read AT Google newsgroups online,
I do not read all, nor do I have to DELETE as when
I have emails sent. It got to be huge, all the emails.
Until Google groups figures out a way (one, for instance,
is they only allow 5 croos-posts) I see no way but to let
the chips fall where they may. I could ask please of
the SOCK PUPPETS who drive away good messengers,
but that would only inflame them with their flame throwers
all the more. Besides, my ancestor William I The Conqueror
King of England Duke of Normandy was a famous naval man
who conducted one of the most successful naval invasions
of all times. Welcome aboard, mate!
~Bret, scion of Charle de Magne
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