The Official Poetic Drummer Halloweenbaby Theme Song

Friday, October 17, 2014

Facebook I.Q. Test Results and Ending World Hunger

Facebook I.Q. Quiz Results

Borderline Genius!

Did you look at this quiz and say to yourself, “That was easy”? It certainly looks like it based upon your score! Congratulations, you are Borderline Genius! You are the type of person we need solving world hunger – the one who finds solutions where others see challenge. Many people really struggle with these exercises – but not you! You set the bar very high in your social circle when it comes to inherent intelligence, and we hope you are using that intelligence for GOOD! Now, Share this quiz with your friends and let’s see how well they do!


Solving World Hunger - The 1% Solution


Everybody has to give. On a sliding scale.

Even homeless, unemployed hungry people.

People without income have to give 10 cents and then they receive a "Stay Out Of Jail" card for FREE! and continue to pay 10 cents a month. They can pay at any grocery store, convience store or gas station. The attendant must swipe your card to give you credit

Unemployment recipients have to give 1% of every check they get.

Food Stamp recipients have to give/donate 1.00 dollar a month.

People who work have to give 1% of every paycheck every month.

People who get a disability check and/or Social Security check, give 1% of their monthly earnings

People who earn over 20,000 a year must pay 1% of their income, monthly.

Everybody else, even well to do, gazillionaires, must give 1% of liquid assets or bank account balances, whichever is greater, a month, without a tax write off.

Nobody is exempt, Everybody pays their part.

If a law enforcement officer stops you and you don't have your donation card, you will be fined double what you were suppose to pay the first time.

If you don't pay after being fined the first time, you will do time! ..It will be considered a Starvation Violation.


First Offense - 7 days in jail

Second Offense - 14 days in jail

Third Offense - 30 days in jail

Fourth Offense - 60 days in jail

Fifth Offense - 90 days in jail

Sixth Offense - 6 months in jail

Seventh Offense - 1 year in jail

Eighth Offense - We throw away the key. Life Imprisonment!

Ninth Offense - You're not a cat, no nine lives for you, you get the ELECTRIC CHAIR, without a last meal, see how it feels as you gasp for your last breath!!

And you thought Obama was bad...You ain't seen bad yet!!!

I am here to crack the whip!!!!


Love Humanity,

Your one and only,

Poeticdrummer XOXO

Now all this talk has made me hungry.

Brother can you spare a dime?

For a minute of your time?

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Poem Out Of Boredom

Poem

I didn't mean to say
What I meant to say 
Or maybe I did
I can't recall
The recollection 
That I might have had

My memory 
Slips away
From me
From time to time
Anyway
I just thought
I would say

Only if
I could remember
The past times
We once had

People today
Don't know
Our history
Set in stone
Until the end

Nothing
Nobody
Could ever
Takeaway
For eternity

Priceless jewel
Sitting alone
Wishing
He could
Go back
Again
Realizing 
He has
No Chance
To save the day
Once again
Another wrong thing
I didn't mean to say
But the point
Escaped my mind
To really think
I might be wrong
In the right situation
Not enough songs
On the radio
To move my soul
Talent
Out the window
Never will know
How far this
Dream will go
Until you hit
The end of the road

-Happy Unemployment Wednesday!!! Wrote this 2 minutes ago...GET IT WHILE IT'S HOT OFF THE SKILLET......FINGER LICKIN' GGOOOOOOOOODDDD!! ...........Let GO, let GOD, DO GOOD!! .........Can I buy a vowel, Pat?
Follow my insanity on Twitter @poeticdrummer or @conchkid or @THCtweet or @halloweenbaby (I'll be 45 on Halloween, don't tell anybody, I already feel old already!) or @bertha_bookman if you want to lose wait..um..weight..OR @Freeway2Payday if you want to make money online..I could go on for 25 or so Twitter accounts I "own" but I am tired of typing!!! ....Have a good night and may you escape your nightmares and wake up to your dreams!!

Friday, October 3, 2014

Brand New Rap Tune: My Friends Call Me Eminem (Sometimes Shady Slim)

I just wrote this rap this morning using the AutoRap App on iTunes, Yo! Yo! Yo! Ch-Ch-Ch -Check it out!


Peace out!

P.S.
I tried to give blood today but my pulse rate was over 100 so they couldn't take my donation. I tried.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Laid off! I will move on! U2 FREE CD!! Poem/Song: Waiting In The Wings Of A Angel

'I got laid off at Keys Fisheries on September 2nd, 2014, through no fault of my own just because I "assume", my teachers always told me not to, but I can break the rules, because I have a mind, that I own, business is slow! So tough shit, I've already been through this shit! I am almost getting used to bad news, I just wish I could be independent from anybody else or their capitalist endeavors to make a fuckin' buck. Yeah, I said fuckin' again and I can say fuckin' because this is MY free mother fuckin' blog, there I said it AGAIN! So with that said and without further ado or a job. Here's my latest poem, that I wrote without anybody else involved, except maybe, probably, I hate to speculate but, GOD! I hope you like and if not,... tough SHIT!! Live with it or die trying!! OR type your happy ass to another blog! ....Don't let the World Wide Web kick you in the ass on your way out!!...BITCH!!!....On a lighter note.....Thank you, to Tracy for providing a roof over my head in a difficult time. I was giving her a hundred dollars a week UNTIL I LOST MY JOB!! Now I can't help her, pay her, trickle down economics affects not only me but other people lower on the totem pole of the "think" their rich people but they have lost their soul. I understand business is business. But there is more to life than fuckin' MONEY, THERE I SAID FUCKIN' AGAIN, BECAUSE I AM FREE!!!! I hope I made more SENSE THAN A DOLLAR BILL! (Not really, I don't really give a shit, but I will give 50 CENT (S) to a motherfucker living on the streets trying to get something to eat while the rich fucks who don't give a shit about nothing but themselves roll into the (shit) bank! O.K..... I'm more tried and drained from typing, ranting and raving,  I guess you realize I love bitchin',moanin',fussin' and it cost me NOTHIN' because I'm FREE!!!"....WWWEEEEEEEEEEEE.COM...It's a fun ride, you should take it sometime. O.K., DAMN!! NOW I'm annoying myself, here's the FUNCKIN' poem...I didn't say FUCKIN', I said, FUNCKIN', I tried! But it was a typo! ......OK,....I'M DONE..I PROMISE EXCEPT for THE POEM.....WAIT FOR IT.......ZZZZZZZZZ.....I GOT TO GO TO SLEEP.....Thank you Tracy for a internet connection and keeping me out of the rain! .................This poem is brought to you by my childhood friend who owns, TRACY's PET SERVICE ......P.S. ..I am currently, continually, working on writing my memoir book because, uh, I don't have anything better to do..hehehohohaha..it will be good..I promise you..I have a LOT of stories that I have to remember and put on, uh, paper? Cyberspace? Whatever, just remember God loves you regardless of any situation. XOXO ...
 
Waiting in the Wings Of A Angel

 Never knew how far
I could go
When I wished upon a star
During a fallen dream
Never knew U2
Would release
A free CD
Into outer space 
Waiting in the wings

Power of the internet
I guess
You never know
How anything could go
With a blink of an eye
Goes to show
How much you know
Waiting in the wings
Of a angel

A lesson learned everyday
Unexpected curve
A pitch to swing
As I write a book
To explain
Where I have been
Searching for
A new beginning
To the rest of my life
Another chapter
To move on
Just five minutes
Out of my time
Free of charge 
Waiting in the wings
Of a angel

I cannot
Tell a lie
My time is about to become
I wouldn't believe
If I didn't see
With my own two eyes 
Music has saved my life
Tell a story
Beyond belief
Waiting in the wings
Of a angel

Help me
Hold on
They had no faith
Something more
I can't explain
All I can do
Is the best I can
With the life
That has been given to me
For free
I must give 
What has been given to me
Waiting in the wings
Of a angel

Try to escape
Where I want to be
A piece of a memory
Is all I have left
The pictures are all gone
Etched within my mind
Fall asleep
Onto the street
My place today
I keep
Pray to my Lord
To take my soul
Waiting in the wings
Of a angel

Maybe someday
My dream will
Come true
Face reality
Question
Fantasy
As I do
Waiting in the wings
Of a angel

What I wish
May never
Become
The thoughts of my mind
What else
Can I do
Waiting in the wings
Of a angel

Give up
Hell! No
I tell myself 
I only live once 
The next stop is the grave
For eternity
My journey
Is not done yet
Until I say it is
Waiting in the wings
Of a angel

My decision 
Nobody else's 
I came into this world
Alone
Leave the same
With clothes
And experiences 
Waiting in the wings
Of a angel

Minus Mommy or Daddy
Holding me tight 
Telling me everything's 
Going to be alright
They saw Heaven
Before I did

Alright
I know
It might take time
Patience is a virtue
They wait
In the wings
Of an angel
For me to
Finally come home

Written by: Kevin Dale Sanders on September 17th, 2014 @ 9:17 P.M. in Marathon, Florida while listening to the free U2 album downloaded on iTunes with a iPad.

Friday, September 12, 2014

New " poem" written 2 minutes ago.

Home on the range
Things can change

Where did you sleep
Where is your place
To keep
Under the moon
Deep into
The woods
Another
Nobody soul
Left all alone
In this lonely world

Check out
Before noon
Where has daddy gone
You ask yourself
The fact remains true
Never to
Return home
On the range
You wish
You could change
The game
That has been
Already played

Unable to explain
Unspeakable words
Get the just
Just in time
To know
Your fate
Just when
You thought
You had it all
It all falls
Apart

Swallow your pity
Wipe the tears of sorrow
Stand up
Like a man
Return to reality
Own your fault
Don't blame
Anybody else 
The truth remains

Home on the range
Take a chance
To change

What more can I say?
I will remain
Until my dying day
Duh!
WTF was I thinking ?
I was oblivious
To obvious thinking
Sue me
My million bucks 
Is in the bank
Take what you may

Your opinions
Don't change
What I see
Everyday
Home on the range
Just trying to escape
Before the glory
Or the cops
Before
The morning

Freedom of expression
Is my only decision 
I can make

Who gives a Shit
About
Who's running for President
I can run 
Faster than them
Politics
WTF is that?
Legalize weed
Balance the deficit
I'm not good at math
But Fat fucks
Living high on the hog
I will roll
Like pigs in shit

There I said it
Sue me for every dime
I don't have
Too bad
Pay your attorney fees, bitch!
As I roll in my grave
The devil
Stole my soul
So
You can't get that
DOH!

Boo Hoo Hoo
Kiss my ass



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First thing that came to mind, last night  Creativity? Nobody told me, this is my reality...I hope, nope, don't give a shit, what you think, doesn't matter to me, unless, of course, you put a million dollars in my bank account in which the number is 1-800-555- Kiss My Royal Ass.com....DOH!!

Monday, September 1, 2014

Former band reviews of Poisin Jett Gunz and milktooth that I played drums in San Francisco

Found this on eBay! Crazy!! List price: 39.98!?!? Really? I guess it is Out Of Print...

POISIN JETT GUNZ: Sloppy Sessions

Poisin Jett Gunz
Sloppy Sessions.                             

© 2001 Poisin Jett Gunz

List Price: $39.98

 This glamorous San Francisco based trio is influenced by 70s glitter rock'n'roll (The NEW YORK DOLLS, The STOOGES...) as well as 80s glam metal (MOTLEY CRUE...) and the S.F drag scene (you just have to look at them!) There are five songs of dirty rawk'n'roll with attitude on this CD that sometimes remind me of The GUTTER QUEENS from Switzerland, maybe because of this garage rock touch. Everything (from the production to the lay-out) was done in a D.I.Y manner, which is always enjoyable for the original punk spirit lovers. Definitely worth checking out, especially if you're bored with the "modern" metal sound of most bands today.

ROLLING STONE BIO

Poisin Jett Gunz is a GLAM power trio that carries on the traditions of pure Rock'N'Roll as first intended.

LOUD, FAST, FUN guitar-driven racket with emphasis on an exciting live show.

Book ended front men Atom(the snake);Guitar and Kimba;Bass trade RIPPING original songs reminiscent of classic bands like: KISS, THE STOOGES, NEW YORK DOLLS, and MOTLEY CRUE featuring "sing-song-y" choruses and cutting edge guitar solo work. Drummer Kevin Sanders, possibly the world's loudest drummer, irreverently beats the skins in a Paul Cook(Sex Pistols) meets Philthy Phil Taylor(Motorhead) meets Phil Rudd(AC/DC) sort of noise.

The band wears full femme make-up, high platform shoes and tight fitting fashions right off the racks of their favorite San Francisco rocker boutiqes.

Less interested in re-creating past eras of glam presentation, the band is a fashion foreward venture creating an EXCITING, NEW artistic outlet to their otherwise desparate and pointless lives.


Milktooth Reviews - milktooth is the band I moved down to Los Angeles with to "make it". Needless to say, we "didn't make it". I was playing drums for both bands at the same time in San Francisco but I had to make a decision and quit Poisin Jett Gunz to move to L.A. with milktooth. Hindsight is always 20/20, if it would of been like 1985, I would of stayed with Poisin Jett Gunz but the fact that it was 2003, I thought milktooth had a better chance at making it due to the "alternative" music that was popular at the time.

Milktooth played Bottom of the Hill. Mon 2/18/02

MILKTOOTH

Tight rhythms with smoky female vocals. Formed in 1998 by guitarist/vocalist Josh Chase and bassist/vocalist Rebecca Hill, rock band Milktooth started creating the basis of the group's aggressive, metallic, and ethereal sound inside a cramped warehouse space in San Francisco's SOMA district.  In April 2000, Milktooth had a lineup change and met drummer Kevin Sanders through a local music posting. Sanders added a straight forward rhythm style and helped the band tighten its growing repertoire of songs. The band then grew to a four-piece in January 2001 with the addition of guitarist James Bridges and began work on the band's first seven-song EP.  Milktooth self-released the EP in August 2001 with plans for a West Coast tour in early 2002. The album showcases the band's personal musical influences (Soundgarden, Radiohead, Swans) and establishes the group's originality within the music community.

Milktooth: Self-Titled
[self-released] 

Milktooths EP offering is warm and comforting, and I cannot quite figure out why.  It could be the familiarity of Rebecca Hills voice to a band I have seen in the past, though I dont even remember who they were.  What I do know is that I dig her vocals, and I think they are a powerful element of the music. 

The overall tone of this EP leans heavily to the more aggressive side of the musical spectrum.  There is nothing terribly different going on here, but it is all put together well enough to produce a welcome change to monotony that exists in much music these days especially with bands that claim to be heavy or loud rock bands.  Sometimes, and in Milktooths case, a progression of fantastic bass lines goes a long way.  These are brought to us courtesy of Rebecca Hill.   Milktooths other members are Josh Chase (vocals/guitar) and Kevin Sanders (drums). 

The press kit for Californias Milktooth reads, Milktooths style continues to evolve, from dramatically moody to experimentally raw.  I would certainly agree that their music is dramatically moody and it works for them.  Experimentally raw is a stretch though, as there doesnt seem to be much experimentation going on here, unless they are referring to their own experimentation during recording or maybe those synth sounds that pop up on several of the tracks.  The one drawback to this recording is the quality of the recording itself.  These guys could benefit from a good studio session. 

When Milktooth get around to producing a better recorded album, I would check it out.  In the meantime, if you are in the Los Angeles area, catch them live if you get the chance.

-Brenna Krause
7/21/03

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Ancestry Family History

To know the future, you need to know the past or something like that, So I researched my family history and this is what I found. I was unable to get a lot of information on my mothers' Jordan side. So most of the info is from my fathers' Sanders side of the family. I joined ancestry.com 14 day free trial and this is what I have found so far.
I have since cancelled my subscription before they were able to charge me. Some of the names underlined have outside links into information on a particular individual.Here's some of my history on how I came to be.

Marmaduke Constable High Sheriff

Your 16th great grandfather
Birth 1455 in Flamborough, Yorks, England
Death 20 Nov 1518 in Flamborough, Yorks, Eng, England

When Marmaduke Constable was born in 1455 in Flamborough, England, his father, Sir, was 32 and his mother, Agnes, was 15. He married Margery FitzHUGH in 1455 in Yorkshire, England. He then married Joyce Stafford and they had four sons and two daughters together. He died on November 20, 1518, in England, at the age of 63. Was a courtier and soldier during the reigns of Richard III, Henry VII and Henry VIII

Marmaduke Constable

Your 15th great grandfather
Birth 1481 in Flamborough, Yorkshire, England
Death 12 Sep 1545 in Everingham, Yorkshire, England

Marmaduke Constable was born in 1481 in Flamborough, England, the only child of Marmaduke and Joyce. He had three children from one relationship between 1497 and 1508. He then married Barbara Sothill and they had one child together in 1500. He then had one child with Elizabeth Darcy in 1510. Marmaduke died on September 12, 1545, in Everingham, England, at the age of 64.  Sir Marmaduke Constable (c.1480 – 14 September 1545), of Everingham, Yorkshire, was an English soldier and Member of Parliament. He was the great-grandfather of the poet, Henry Constable, author of Diana, one of the first sonnet sequences in English.

SIR ROBERT CONSTABLE

Your 14th great grandfather
Birth 1500 in Everingham, Yorkshire, England
Death 29 Oct 1558 in Everingham, Yorkshire, England

SIR ROBERT CONSTABLE was born in 1500 in Everingham, England, the only child of Marmaduke and Barbara. He married KATHERINE MANNERS in 1526 in Everingham, England. They had 12 children during their marriage. He died on October 29, 1558, in Everingham, England, at the age of 58.

Was a member of the English Tudor gentry. He helped Henry VII to defeat the Cornish rebels at the Battle of Blackheath in 1497. He did not share in the renewal of the rising which took place in January 1537; but he refused the king's invitation to proceed to London, and was arrested, tried for treason, and hanged at Hull in the following June.

Sir Marmaduke Constable

Your 13th great grandfather
Birth 1533 in Everingham, Yorkshire, , England
Death 1 Feb 1574 in Everingham, Yorkshire, , England

When Sir Marmaduke Constable was born in 1533 in Everingham, England, his father, SIR, was 33 and his mother, KATHERINE, was 22. He married Jane Conyers in 1547 in Everingham, England. He had four children by the time he was 23. He died on February 1, 1574, in Everingham, England, at the age of 41.

Elizabeth Mallory

Your 13th great grandmother
Birth 1513 in Studley, Yorkshire, England
Death 1557 in Studley, Yorkshire, England

When Elizabeth Mallory was born in 1513 in Yorkshire, England, her father, Sir, was 13 and her mother, Lady, was 13. She was married four times and had six sons and five daughters. She died in 1557 in Yorkshire, England, at the age of 44.

 

Robert Stapleton

Your 12th great grandfather
Birth 1548 in Wighill, Yorkshire, England
Death 3 Oct 1606 in , Yorkshire, , England

When Robert Stapleton was born in 1548 in Wighill, England, his father, Robert, was 31 and his mother, Elizabeth, was 35. He married Katherine Constable in 1574 in Wighill, England. They had five children during their marriage. He died on October 3, 1606, in Yorkshire, England, at the age of 58.


Katherine Constable

Your 12th great grandmother
Birth 1552 in Everingham, Yorkshire, , England
Death 1580 in Everingham, Yorkshire, , England

Katherine Constable was born in 1552 in Everingham, England, the only child of Sir Marmaduke and Jane. She married Robert Stapleton in 1579 in Yorkshire, England. She had five children by the time she was 28. She died as a young mother in 1580 in Everingham, England, at the age of 28.

Possible meaning of the surname Constable

English: occupational name for the law-enforcement officer of a parish, from Middle English,

Henry Stapleton

Your 11th great grandfather
Birth 1574 in Of Wighill, Yorkshire, England
Death 16 Feb 1631 in Holborn, London, England

When Henry Stapleton was born in 1574 in Wighill, England, his father, Robert, was 26 and his mother, Katherine, was 22. He married Mary Forster on July 5, 1599, in England. They had nine children in 20 years. He died on February 16, 1631, in London, England, at the age of 57.

 

Sir John Hotham II

Your 11th great grandfather
Birth July 1589 in Scorborough, Yorkshire, England
Death 2 Jan 1645 in Tower Hill, London, England

Sir John Hotham was born in July 1589 in Scorborough, England. He married Katherine Rodes on February 16, 1607, in Cheshire, England. They had two children during their marriage. He died on January 2, 1645, in London, England, at the age of 55.

The younger John Hotham's mother was Katherine Rhodes, daughter of Sir John Rhodes, whom the father married 16 February 1606/1607. Sir John Hotham had two other sons who were persons of some note, by his second wife, Anne Rokeby, daughter of Ralph Rokeby, (married 16 July 1614):
  • Charles Hotham (1615 – c. 1672), rector of Wigan, a Cambridge scholar and author of Ad philosophiam Teutonicam Manuductio (1648)
  • Durant Hotham (1617–1691), who wrote a Life of Jakob Boehme (1654).

Katherine Rodes

Your 11th great grandmother
Birth 1591 in Barlborough, Derbyshire, England
Death 16 July 1614 in England

Katherine Rodes was born in 1591 in Barlborough, England. She married Sir John Hotham on February 16, 1607, in Cheshire, England. They had two children during their marriage. She died as a young mother on July 16, 1614, in England, at the age of 23.

Edward O'Brian

Your 10th great grandfather
Birth 1600 in Limerick, Ireland
Death UNKNOWN

Edward O'Brian was born in 1600 in Limerick, Ireland. He had one daughter with Ann Moore.


SIR PHILIP STAPLETON

Your 10th great grandfather
Birth 1603 in Wartre on the Wolds, Yorkshire, England
Death Aug. 18, 1647 in Calais, Dordogne, Aquitaine, France

When SIR PHILIP STAPLETON was born in 1603 in Yorkshire, England, his father, Henry, was 29 and his mother, Mary, was 24. He married FRANCES HOTHAM and they had 14 children together. He then married Barbara Lennard and they had three children together between 1632 and 1644. He died on August 18, 1647, in Calais, France, at the age of 44.

FRANCES HOTHAM

Your 10th great grandmother
Birth 1608 in Scarborough, Yorkshire, England
Death 1637 in Wighill, Yorkshire, England

When FRANCES HOTHAM was born in 1608 in Scarborough, England, her father, Sir, was 18 and her mother, Katherine, was 17. She married SIR PHILIP STAPLETON in February 1637 in St Ann Blackfriars, England. They had 10 children during their marriage. She died as a young mother in 1637 in Wighill, England, at the age of 29.

Possible meaning of the surname HOTHAM

English (Yorkshire): habitational name from Hotham in the East Riding of Yorkshire, named from a dative plural hodum of an Old English hod ‘shelter’.

 

Patric Maloney

Your 9th great grandfather
Birth 1632 in Limerick, Ireland
Death 1694 in Virginia, United States

Patric Maloney was born in 1632 in Limerick, Ireland. He had one daughter with Helen Obrian in 1653. He died in 1694 in Virginia, at the age of 62.

John Stapleton

Your 9th great grandfather
Birth 13 Aug 1628 in Warter, Yorkshire, England
Death 3 May 1697 in York, Yorkshire, England

When John Stapleton was born on August 13, 1628, in Warter, England, his father, SIR, was 25 and his mother, FRANCES, was 20. He married Elizabeth Mary Lawson in 1657 in Hartshead, England. They had eight children during their marriage. He died on May 3, 1697, in York, England, at the age of 68.

Dr. Thomas William Stapleton

Your 8th great grandfather
Birth 1658 in Salford, Lancashire, England
Death 6 Nov 1706 in Middlesex, Virginia

When Dr. Thomas William Stapleton was born in 1658 in Salford, England, his father, John, was 29 and his mother, Elizabeth, was 21. He married Mary Frances Needles in October 1685 in Middlesex, Virginia. They had eight children during their marriage. He died on November 6, 1706, in Middlesex, Virginia, at the age of 48.

Mary Frances Needles

Your 8th great grandmother
Birth 1663 in Poole, Yorkshire, England
Death in Virginia, United States

When Mary Frances Needles was born in 1663 in Poole, England, her father, John, was 25 and her mother, Frances, was 23. She married Thomas Stapleton in October 1685 in Middlesex, Virginia. They had eight children during their marriage. She died in Virginia.

John Hubbard

Your 8th great grandfather
Birth 1661 in New Kent, York, Virginia, United States
Death 1726 in New Kent, New Kent, Virginia, United States

John Hubbard was born in 1661 in York, Virginia. He married Elizabeth Maloney in 1675 in New Kent, Virginia. He had five children by the time he was 21. He died in 1726 in New Kent, Virginia, at the age of 65.


Elizabeth Maloney

Your 8th great grandmother
Birth 1653 in New Kent, New Kent, Virginia, United States
Death 1675

Elizabeth Maloney was born in 1653 in New Kent, Virginia. She married John Hubbard in 1675 in her hometown. They had five children during their marriage. She died as a young mother in 1675 at the age of 22.

Possible meaning of the surname Maloney - Irish (Munster)

Thomas Stapleton

Your 7th great grandfather
Birth 1690 in Middlesex, Virginia, United States
Death 14 Dec 1732 in Caroline, Virginia, United States

When Thomas Stapleton was born in 1690 in Middlesex, Virginia, his father, Thomas, was 32 and his mother, Mary, was 27. He married MARGARET MARY WILLIAMSON on August 7, 1718, in Middlesex, Virginia. They had six children during their marriage. He died on December 14, 1732, in Caroline, Virginia, at the age of 42.

MARGARET MARY WILLIAMSON

Your 7th great grandmother
Birth 1690 in Christ Church Parish, Middlesex, Virginia, United States
Death 1767 in Caroline, Virginia, United States

When MARGARET MARY WILLIAMSON was born in 1690 in Middlesex, Virginia, her father, Robert, was 32 and her mother, Katherine, was 30. She was married three times and had five sons and seven daughters. She died in 1767 in Caroline, Virginia, having lived a long life of 77 years.

Possible meaning of the surname WILLIAMSON

Northern English, Scottish, and northern Irish

 

John Echols

Your 7th great grandfather
Birth 1619 in Grovesend, Kent, England
Death 1680 in Old Point Comford, Lee, Virginia, United States

John Echols was born in 1619 in Kent, England. He married Sarah in 1670 in England. They had one child during their marriage. He died in 1680 in Lee, Virginia, at the age of 61.


Sarah

Your 7th great grandmother
Birth 1628 in Wells, Norfolk, England
Death 1688 in England

Sarah was born in 1628 in Norfolk, England. She married John Echols in 1670 in England. They had one child during their marriage. She died in 1688 in England, at the age of 60.


Benjamin Hubbard

Your 6th great grandfather
Birth 1680 in Williamsburg, James, Virginia, USA
Death 1717 in Halifax, Virginia, United States

When Benjamin Hubbard was born in 1680 in Williamsburg, Virginia, his father, John, was 19. He married Sarah in 1710 in Virginia. They had 11 children during their marriage. He died in 1717 in Halifax, Virginia, at the age of 37.


Sarah Hubbard

Your 6th great grandmother
Birth 1680 in King William, King William, Virginia, United States
Death 1780 in King William, King William, Virginia, United States

Sarah Hubbard was born in 1680 in King William, Virginia, the only child of Benjamin. She married Benjamin in 1710 in Virginia. They had 12 children during their marriage. She died in 1780 in her hometown, at the impressive age of 100.

Mary Cave

Your 6th great grandmother
Birth 1670 in Orange, Virginia, United States
Death 1712 in Virginia, United States

Mary Cave was born in 1670 in Orange, Virginia, the only child of John. She married John Echols in 1688 in Caroline, Virginia. They had 17 children during their marriage. She died in 1712 in Virginia, at the age of 42.

Possible meaning of the surname Cave

English (of Norman origin) and northern French: nickname for a bald man, from Anglo-Norman French cauf ‘bald’. Compare Chaffee. adm; pwh.

John Echols

Your 6th great grandfather
Birth 1650 in New Kent, New Kent, Virginia, United States
Death 1712 in Caroline, Virginia, United States

John Echols was born in 1650 in New Kent, Virginia. He married Mary Cave in 1688 in Caroline, Virginia. They had 21 children during their marriage. He died in 1712 in Caroline, Virginia, at the age of 62.

WILLIAM HALL

Your 6th great grandfather
Birth 1710 in Virginia, United States
Death 27 Mar 1750 in Virginia, United States

WILLIAM HALL was born in 1710 in Virginia, the only child of William. He married MARY STAPLETON in 1730 in Virginia. They had five children in 20 years. He died on March 27, 1750, in Virginia, at the age of 40.


MARY STAPLETON

Your 6th great grandmother
Birth 1716 in Middlesex, Virginia, United States
Death 1750 in Virginia USA

MARY STAPLETON was born in 1716 in Middlesex, Virginia, the only child of Thomas and MARGARET MARY. She married WILLIAM HALL in 1730 in Virginia. They had five children in 20 years. She died as a young mother in 1750 in Virginia, at the age of 34.

Possible meaning of the surname STAPLETON - Irish, of English origin

Augustine Brown

Your 5th great grandfather
Birth 1730 in Virginia, United States
Death in Georgia, United States

Augustine Brown was born in 1730 in Virginia, the only child of Jemimah. He had one child with Frankey Hall and one more child. He died in Georgia.

Francesca (Frankey) Hall

Your 5th great grandmother
Birth 1730 in Virginia, United States
Death Unknown

Francesca (Frankey) Hall was born in 1730 in Virginia, the only child of WILLIAM and MARY. She married Augustine Brown. They had one child during their marriage.

Possible meaning of the surname Hall - English, Scottish, Irish, German, and Scandinavian:

Abraham Echols

Your 5th great grandfather
Birth 1700 in Comfort, Lee, Virginia, USA
Death 1749-10-03 in Lunenburg,,Virginia,USA

When Abraham Echols was born in 1700 in Lee, Virginia, his father, John, was 50 and his mother, Mary, was 30. He married Sarah Hubbard in 1730 in New Kent, Virginia. They had 10 children in 18 years. He died on October 3, 1749, in Lunenburg, Virginia, at the age of 49.

Sarah Hubbard

Your 5th great grandmother
Birth 1700 in Comfort, Lee, Virginia, USA
Death 1749 in ,,Virginia,USA

When Sarah Hubbard was born in 1700 in Lee, Virginia, her father, Benjamin, was 20 and her mother, Sarah, was 20. She married Abraham Echols in 1730 in New Kent, Virginia. They had 12 children in 21 years. She died in 1749 in Virginia, at the age of 49.

Possible meaning of the surname Hubbard - English (chiefly Leicestershire): variant of Hubert.

Joshua Echols

Your 4th great grandfather
Birth 2 Apr 1748 in Chshr, Virginia, United States
Death 18 Aug 1834 in Fanning Place, Georgia, United States

Joshua Echols was born on April 2, 1748, in Virginia, the only child of Abraham and Sarah. He married Hannah Brown about 1767 in Caroline, Virginia. They had four children in 16 years. He died on August 18, 1834, in Georgia, having lived a long life of 86 years.

Hannah Brown

Your 4th great grandmother
Birth 1751 in Prince George, Prince George, Virginia, United States
Death 23 Oct 1818 in Pendleton, Anderson, South Carolina, United States

Hannah Brown was born in 1751 in Prince George, Virginia, the only child of Augustine and Frankey. She married Joshua Echols about 1767 in Caroline, Virginia. They had four children in 16 years. She died on October 23, 1818, in Pendleton, South Carolina, at the age of 67.

Possible meaning of the surname Brown - English, Scottish, and Irish: generally a nickname referring to the color of the hair or complexion,  

Darius Jasper Echols

Your 3rd great grandfather
Birth 1801 in Habersham, Georgia, United States
Death May 1865 in Clark, Habersham, Georgia, United States

Darius Jasper Echols was born in 1801 in Habersham, Georgia, the only child of Joshua and Hannah. He married Hannah Thomas on January 15, 1863, in Habersham, Georgia. He then married Hannah Thomas and they had one son together in 1835. He died in May 1865 in Habersham, Georgia, at the age of 64.

Hannah Thomas

Your 3rd great grandmother
Birth 1804 in Habersham, Georgia, United States
Death 1904 in Franklin, Georgia, United States

When Hannah Thomas was born in 1804 in Habersham, Georgia, her father, 8. Hugh Emmanuel, was 19 and her mother, 8. Nancy Magdaline, was 22. She married William Thomas in 1813 in Habersham, Georgia. She then married Darius Jasper Echols and they had six sons and four daughters together between 1818 and 1841. She died in 1904 in Franklin, Georgia, at the impressive age of 100.

Jasper Thomas

Your 2nd great grandfather
Birth abt 1835 in Georgia
Death 4 Dec 1926 in Copperhill, Polk, Tennessee, United States

Jasper Thomas was born about 1835 in Georgia, the only child of Darius Jasper and Hannah. He married Hester Thomas and they had eight sons and 11 daughters together. He then married Phillip Martin Thomas in 1878. He died on December 4, 1926, in Copperhill, Tennessee, at the age of 91.

Hester A Thomas

Your 2nd great grandmother
Birth 4 Jul 1848 in Habersham, Georgia, United States
Death 19 Aug 1933 in Copperhill, Polk, Tennessee, United States

Hester A. Thomas was born on July 4, 1848, in Habersham, Georgia. She married Jasper on September 20, 1874, in Gilmer, Georgia. They had 20 children during their marriage. She died on August 19, 1933, in Copperhill, Tennessee, at the age of 85.

Grace Diffenbaugh

Your great grandmother
Birth abt 1877 in Illinois
Death 29 Aug 1925 in Freeport, Stephenson, Illinois

Grace Diffenbaugh was born about 1877 in Illinois. She married Moe J. Jordan and they had two children together between 1898 and 1900. She then had four children with John J. Jordan between 1903 and 1906. She died on August 29, 1925, in Freeport, Illinois, at the age of 48.

Possible meaning of the surname Diffenbaugh - Americanized spelling of German Diefenbach

James Thomas Sanders

Your great grandfather
Birth 30 APR 1861 in Tennessee
Death 04 MAR 1901 in Copperhill, Polk, Tennessee

James Thomas Sanders was born on April 30, 1861, in Tennessee. He married Louisa Leana Thomas and they had seven children together. He then had five children with Josie Sanders between 1886 and 1904. He died on March 4, 1901, in Copperhill, Tennessee, at the age of 39.

Possible meaning of the surname Sanders: English, Scottish, and North German

Louisa Leana Thomas

Your great grandmother
Birth 14 DEC 1864 in Georgia
Death 30 JUL 1949 in Fulton, Georgia

Louisa Leana Thomas was born on December 14, 1864, in Georgia. She married James Thomas Sanders and they had five sons and two daughters together between 1884 and 1901. She then married Will Calton on December 16, 1903, in Polk, Tennessee. She died on July 30, 1949, in Fulton, Georgia, at the age of 84.

Possible meaning of the surname Thomas: English, French, German, Dutch, Danish, and South Indian

William Fred Sanders SR

Your paternal grandfather
Birth 28 AUG 1901 in Copperhill, Polk, Tennessee
Death 09 MAR 1975 in Smyrna, Cobb, Georgia

When William Fred Sanders was born on August 28, 1901, in Copperhill, Tennessee, his mother, Louisa, was 36. He married Lucy on December 24, 1924, in Fulton, Georgia. They had seven children during their marriage. He died on March 9, 1975, in Smyrna, Georgia, at the age of 73.

Lucy Mae High

step grandmother
Birth 1905-02-13 in Lloyd, Jefferson, Florida
Death 1982-05-02 in Smyrna, Cobb, Georgia

Lucy Sanders was born on February 13, 1905, in Lloyd, Florida. She married William Fred on December 24, 1924, in Fulton, Georgia. She had seven children by the time she was 27. She died on May 2, 1982, in Smyrna, Georgia, at the age of 77.


Major Collis Lewis Jordan

step grandfather
Birth 27 Feb 1903 in Winnebago, Illinois, United States

Collis Lewis Jordan was born on February 27, 1903, in Winnebago, Illinois, the only child of John J. He had one daughter.

William Fred Sanders

Your father
Birth 19 AUG 1925 in Atlanta, Fulton, Georgia
Death 07 OCT 1970 in Miami, Miami-Dade, Florida, USA

When William Fred Sanders was born on August 19, 1925, in Atlanta, Georgia, his father, William, was 23 and his mother, Lucy, was 20. He had one son (that would be me) on October 31, 1969. He died on October 7, 1970, in Miami, Florida, at the age of 45.

     
Kevin Dale Sanders - October 31st, 1969 - Miami, Florida

Nancy Jane Jordan

mother
Birth July 22 in Chicago Illinois
Death 1985 in Marathon, Florida, USA 
 Donald "Doc" Mac Donald

stepfather
Birth Nov. 28th 1917                     
Notice: Constable: Kind of odd ,I think. Given the last name of my 16th Great Grandfather.Full circle in a weird way? Maybe I just think too much!

Death  Jul 6th 2002 Marathon, Florida Keys





Grandfather - William Fred Sanders, Sr. - Aug. 28th, 1901 - March 9th 1975 Smyrna Georgia
                                                                                 Lucy Mae High (Sanders)

Ralph Aaron Sanders

Your uncle
Birth 22 OCT 1931 in Atlanta, Fulton, Georgia
Death 06 NOV 1931 in Atlanta, Fulton, Georgia

When Ralph Aaron Sanders was born on October 22, 1931, in Atlanta, Georgia, his father, William, was 30 and his mother, Lucy, was 26. He had four brothers and two sisters. He died on November 6, 1931, in his hometown, within 15 days of his birth.


 

Florence Louise Sanders

Your aunt
Birth 07 SEP 1928 in Atlanta, Fulton, Georgia
Death 01 FEB 1991 in New Port Richey, Pasco, Florida

When Florence Louise Sanders was born on September 7, 1928, in Atlanta, Georgia, her father, William, was 27 and her mother, Lucy, was 23. She married [General] Gordon Spencer Jr. on September 21, 1946, in Madison, Georgia. She died on February 1, 1991, in New Port Richey, Florida, at the age of 62.


[General] Gordon Spencer Jr.

husband of aunt
Birth 1926-07-13 in Gainesville, Hall County, Georgia
Death 1968-03-08 in Cobb, Georgia

When [General] Gordon Spencer Jr. was born on July 13, 1926, in Gainesville, Georgia, his father, General, was 37 and his mother, Anna, was 35. He married Florence Louise Sanders on September 21, 1946, in Madison, Georgia. He died on March 8, 1968, in Cobb, Georgia, at the age of 41, and was buried in Georgia.

Robert C Jordan

Your grand uncle
Birth abt 1900 in Illinois
Death

When Robert C. Jordan was born about 1900 in Illinois, his father, Moe, was 29 and his mother, Grace, was 23. He had one sister.

Possible meaning of the surname Jordan

English, French, German, Polish, and Slovenian; Spanish and Hungarian (Jordán):