Check out Book Blitz: Feel Me Fall by James Morris (Excerpt  Giveaway) on Paranormal Books!

Check out Book Blitz: Feel Me Fall by James Morris (Excerpt Giveaway) on Paranormal Books!

James Morris rode his first race for Aidan.

James Morris rode his first race for Aidan.

Wszystko da się zrobić, a na pewno kilka kartek :)              Dobrze, że mamy dwustronne!        Ostatnio pokochałam monochromatyczność! ...

Wszystko da się zrobić, a na pewno kilka kartek :) Dobrze, że mamy dwustronne! Ostatnio pokochałam monochromatyczność! ...

Ex-soldier James Morris is thought to have spent longer in a single NHS hospital than anyone else.

Patient dies after 54 years in same Airdrie hospital

Ex-soldier James Morris is thought to have spent longer in a single NHS hospital than anyone else.

Stag by James Morris, my shot of the week.

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James Morris was one of the slaves/Freedmen on Belmead Plantation and one of the employees at St. Emma's Industrial and Agricultural Institute. He labored on Belmead property for 66 years as a carpenter and miller. He was born in Surry County, Virginia around 1820. He came to Belmead Plantation with Phillip St. George Cocke in the 1830's. He died in Mohemenco, Powhatan, Virginia in 1902 and was buried in his homestead cemetery.

James Morris was one of the slaves/Freedmen on Belmead Plantation and one of the employees at St. Emma's Industrial and Agricultural Institute. He labored on Belmead property for 66 years as a carpenter and miller. He was born in Surry County, Virginia around 1820. He came to Belmead Plantation with Phillip St. George Cocke in the 1830's. He died in Mohemenco, Powhatan, Virginia in 1902 and was buried in his homestead cemetery.

Djenne Mosque, Mali ©James Morris

Djenne Mosque, Mali ©James Morris

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