Lillie Ann Evans Garrison, 1891-1978, and George William Garrison, 1890-1971

Lillie Ann Evans Garrison, and George William Garrison,

OutlandishUKGath2015 ‏@UKOutlanderGath   Murtagh gets ready to besiege Fort William Garrison!!

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‏ Murtagh gets ready to besiege Fort William Garrison!

South Africa - War memorabilia featuring flags Above in an artistic flight of fancy, home-based war artists are always behind the times about what's really going on the battlefield.  Bobs wields a sword in a most un-Boer War like manner. "There they are lads; Go get em." It was enough to make any red-blooded Englishman burst their britches with, well, pride... (Anglo Boer War Museum). William Garrison, 13 Mar 2013

South Africa - War memorabilia featuring flags Above in an artistic flight of fancy, home-based war artists are always behind the times about what's really going on the battlefield. Bobs wields a sword in a most un-Boer War like manner. "There they are lads; Go get em." It was enough to make any red-blooded Englishman burst their britches with, well, pride... (Anglo Boer War Museum). William Garrison, 13 Mar 2013

One hundredth anniversary of William Lloyd Garrison.  John w. smith "aging anti-slavery printer"

One hundredth anniversary of William Lloyd Garrison. John w. smith "aging anti-slavery printer"

Inscription: Near this spot stood the John Myles Garrison House The place of meetings of the troops of Massachusetts Bay and Plymouth Colonies commanded by Majors Thomas Savage and James Cudworth who marched to the relief of Swansea at the opening of King Philips War A.D. 1675. There Fell in Swansea, slain by the indians:  Nehemiah Allin, William Hammond, William Cahoone, John Jones, Gershom Cobb, Robert Jones, John Druce, Joseph Lewis, John Fall, John Salisbury, and William Salisbury.

Inscription: Near this spot stood the John Myles Garrison House The place of meetings of the troops of Massachusetts Bay and Plymouth Colonies commanded by Majors Thomas Savage and James Cudworth who marched to the relief of Swansea at the opening of King Philips War A.D. 1675. There Fell in Swansea, slain by the indians: Nehemiah Allin, William Hammond, William Cahoone, John Jones, Gershom Cobb, Robert Jones, John Druce, Joseph Lewis, John Fall, John Salisbury, and William Salisbury.

chalkboard blocks  @William Garrison cut me some scrap and I'll paint them for outside!

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William Lloyd Garrison Quote Shirt - diy cyo customize create your own personalize

William Lloyd Garrison Quote Shirt - diy cyo customize create your own personalize

Ruby Ingalls Beers and her second husband William Garrison.

Ruby Ingalls Beers and her second husband William Garrison.

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