A Few White Hairs From The Wig

Give me Liberty or give me death

  1. I used to know this Dog

    by , December 1st, 2014 at 07:05 PM (A Few White Hairs From The Wig)
    It was so craved attention every time you gave it a little love it would roll over and piss and shit all over itself.
    nobody wanted that dog after the first experience and most people came to just despise it.
    It killed a chicken once and got shot dead.
  2. Cock Fighting

    by , May 18th, 2014 at 02:48 PM (A Few White Hairs From The Wig)
    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Marquesas_0013_Rooster_man_BL copy.jpg 
Views:	1059 
Size:	66.5 KB 
ID:	6133I once had these fighting cocks, about 30 of them.
    All in there own little house with a rope on one leg ties to a stake carefully measured to insure they couldn't reach another area. They each had there own little dishes for water and food and one on one they were of varied temperament. So you had to watch out for some of them but others like old blue he appreciated love and attention even though his one w powder blue eye and sword like talons made him ...
    Tags: cock, rooster
    husbandry , Educational , Personal
  3. Guns alcohol and whores made me what I am today A story about my grand parents all 7

    by , May 14th, 2014 at 12:40 AM (A Few White Hairs From The Wig)
    I rambled Off on a true story while replying to a post HERE and it soon developed into a romantic tragic and funny story that I wanted to share with some whispered "secrets" included that many of my close family are not even aware of . My Grandma Dorthy Dee the author of many of the post I have transcribed from her diary to my blog is not the only one who can recollect embarrassing family memories. its A curse its a gift but a fell into a tangent after I began my reply here.
    I could ...
  4. A Hard life remembered Dorothy Dee Hill and The Abbott's

    by , September 22nd, 2013 at 01:16 PM (A Few White Hairs From The Wig)
    Dorothy Dee Hill was born May 1, 1918 in a little log cabin 1 1/2mile south and 1/2mile east of Vamoosa. My parents moved to Wanette in 1919 by wagon and team. They drove the other stock A long time friend of theirs, George o or John Birdwell helped them move.
    I had a very lonely life being an only girl since Ola married when I was two so she always seemed like an aunt to me. I had friends but we lived so far apart didn't see anyone only at school or Sunday at church.

    Bill Abbott ...
  5. A Hard life remembered Albert Henry, Thurman C. and Claud Eugene Hill

    by , September 15th, 2013 at 07:58 AM (A Few White Hairs From The Wig)
    Albert Henry Hill was Pat and Myrtle's fourth son. He was born October 17,1914 near Vamoosa. He died with a heart attack at his home January 31, 1977 about nine miles northwest of Wanette. He married Fannie Cronen October 14, 1933 at Apache, Oklahoma. They were both out there picking cotton. They both had always lived on a farm and passed 40-odd years on the same place where he died. Albert and Fannie lived in a three-mile radius all of their married life.

    They had two boys Curtis was
Page 1 of 6 123456 LastLast