Category Archives: Amanuensis Monday

Amanuensis Monday: Jonathan Stout Bible

kst1969   March 14, 2011   Comments Off on Amanuensis Monday: Jonathan Stout Bible

The Jonathan Stout Bible was in the possession of my Grandmother Gwendolyn Stout Thompson when I made the copies of the genealogy pages from the front of the bible.  This book was bought at Boones Grove Washington County Arkansas price one dollar and fifty cents and when this you see remember me.  Jonathan Stout Synthy Hanna was born Oct 30… Read more »

Amanuensis Monday: Vernon Thompson Jr. Honor Guest at Picnic Dinner Held Recently

kst1969   January 17, 2011   Comments Off on Amanuensis Monday: Vernon Thompson Jr. Honor Guest at Picnic Dinner Held Recently

Vernon Thompson Jr. Honor Guest at Picnic Dinner Held Recently A picnic dinner was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Thompson recently in honor of their son Vernon Jr., who left Monday for induction into the armed forces. The dinner was also in honor of thier daughter Mrs. Ruth Griggs and family who also left Monday for… Read more »

Amanuensis Monday: Viola Burgess Reynolds Obituary

kst1969   December 6, 2010   Comments Off on Amanuensis Monday: Viola Burgess Reynolds Obituary

An Amanuensis is a person employed to write what another dictates or to copy what has been written by another. Amanuensis Monday is a daily blogging theme which encourages the family historian to transcribe family letters, journals, audiotapes, and other historical artifacts. Viola Reynolds Viola Reynolds, 92, of Huntsville died Oct. 6 at Huntsville Memorial Hospital.  She was born Jan…. Read more »