Brown Date Garden
Family-owned date farm in Southern California, with retail mail orders to U.S. addresses

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Southern California AIHA; industrial hygiene professionals

William Beaumont Family
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Border Clan Scott
History for 29 generations (nine centuries) of Scotts. Family includes poet and novelist Sir Walter Scott.

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Each week, we highlight a historic or famous person named James. This week's famous James is:

James Richard Hendrix (born August 20, 1925 died November 14, 2002) U.S. Army soldier who single-handedly captured 13 German soldiers during the Battle of the Bulge. On December 26, 1944, his unit was in Belgium when he saw two 88-millimeter German gun emplacements (the 88 was a huge anti-aircraft, anti-tank weapon) and he charged in to capture them. Later that night, he helped rescue two American soldiers, and - under sniper fire - he saved a third soldier who was trapped in a burning armored vehicle. After World War II ended, there was a mass Medal of Honor ceremony at the White House; his family came from Arkansas to attend but the host hotel refused to admit his sharecropper father to dinner because he didn't meet their dress code. As a child, Hendrix had to drop out of grade school to work in cotton fields with his family. He was drafted in 1944 and was assigned to General Patton's Third Army. Hendrix later served in the Korean War as a paratrooper, and retired from the Army in 1965 as a master sergeant.

The name "James" is the English equivalent of Jacob; the first Jacob in the Bible was the patriarch of the 12 tribes of Israel. "James" is consistently among the most popular names for boys in the U.S.

Plural form of James: According to the Carnegie Mellon Style Guide, "Form plurals of family names that end in 's' by adding 'es.'  Right: The Jameses live in Edgewood."  See also


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