At her nest foster home her foster father,used her for oral sex in trade for LSD and cocaine. After this incident she moved in with her great aunt in Los Angeles. During her stay she joined a gang at the age of 12. She almost died when he was shot in the back at the age of 16. After that she made the decision to leave the gang.
In 1911 after Margaret’s house was destroyed, because of a fire, Margaret and her family abandoned the suburbs and started a new life in New York City. Margaret Sanger was working as a visiting nurse while her husband worked as an architect and a house painter. In November 18, 1921 Margaret Sanger gave a speech in New York City. Margaret’s speech took place at the Town Hall on a Sunday evening.
In Morgantown, West Virginia, Dorothy graduated from Beechurst High School in 1925. She later got a Bachelor of Science degree from Wilberforce University in Ohio. In 1932, she married Howard Vaughan. During the next eleven years, Dorothy became a mathematics teacher at Robert Russa Moton High School in Farmville, Virginia. She moved in 1943, with her family and husband to Newport News, Virginia, and Dorothy became a mathematician at the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics on December 1943.
When you're trying to make enough money to support a wife and four kids, life gets a little stressful. But that didn’t stop my grandfather from going through those hardships with a smile. My grandfather was born on July 17th, 1937. That’s right, he’s seventy-eight years old! Sure, when he was growing up he would be defined as higher class.
Later on John got a job for a construction of homes company and was ask to relocate to Sussex New Brunswick Canada. The deWinter’s live in London Ontario for 12 years, they had 6 children born there. Then they moved to Sussex and had 3 more children and started up Prestige Homes Inc. And a few years later Amsterdam Inn & Suites “ Immigrating to Canada was the best decision I made in my whole life. I married to beautiful girl, had 9 kids and sent everyone of then to school, and University.
Fours years older than the city of Blythe, Lena Mae Fleming turned 104 on Dec. 9. Born in 1912 in Texarkana, Arkansas, Fleming was later relocated to Oklahoma, as a baby and grew up with a host of siblings. Completing school up until the 8th grade, Fleming began working early to help her mother and saving the money she earned, with hopes of one day leaving the Southwest “The first job I ever had was working as a secretary at a funeral parlor in Guthrie, Oklahoma,” Fleming said. Now residing at the Blythe Nursing Care Center, Fleming reflected back on her 104 years of life and some of the happy moments she’s encountered. Just five days after her 20th birthday, Fleming’s best friend asked her if she wanted to go to California.
When she was born she had the name of Bessie Lee Pittman. She worked in a beauty school and at a doctor 's office as her jobs. While she was on a trip in Miami, Florida she attended a society dinner. She sat next to Floyd Odlum and after awhile they started to talk together. She married Oldum in 1936.
She lost both parents at an exceptionally youthful age. At the point when Eleanor was 15, she went to the Allenwood Academy in London. There, she was profoundly impacted by one women's activist feminist headmistress. She married Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1905. From the earliest starting
In 1839, she married 27 year old John Surratt Sr. Surratt who was reported to be a mean drunk who beat his 16 year old wife regularly. The couple tried a number of occupations over the next twenty years. They owned a tavern and boarding house which was the last occupation they tried. When the civil war broke out John was a student at St. Charles college.
At the age of thirteen, she attended a Quaker school in New York State. The name of the school was the Oakwood Friends School. She lived in Nantucket, Massachusetts. Before she got married her maiden name was Lucretia Coffin. “While in school, she met her future husband, James Mott”(biography.com).
He mother was a cook for a white family. When she was 11 she was finally enrolled in school. When she was 21 she became an educationalist. She loved her job and she was dedicated to giving her all to teach the future generation. In 1898 Mary met a man by the name of Albert Bethune whom she soon married and conceived a health boy.
Ana Buha is a wise woman from a small place in the heart of Bosnia & Herzegovina called Vitez. She is a hard-working mother and wife. Ana is my grandmother who gave everything to her three kids: my mom, and two of my uncles. She is one of the most interesting and funny people I know. Her life stories make me cry and laugh at the same time. Over her 64 years of being on this planet, she experienced happiness, tragedy, loss war and love.