Tag: Habersham House

  • The Olde Pink House

    The Olde Pink House

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    [elementor-template id=”3378″] The Olde Pink House I want to invite each and every one of you to meet us on Reynolds Square, in Savannah, Georgia after the Covid-19 crisis. Right across Abercorn Street – on the northwest corner is a 18th century colonial home, once known as the Habersham House. Let’s say eight o’clock under…

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If your name is Campbell, Gordon, Fraser or any one of more than forty Scottish Clan names, you may find your family’s tartan (Please, don’t call it plaid.) on a Tuck Postcard. Between 1908 and 1912 Tuck & Sons published 42 different cards in seven sets of six cards each. If you are your family’s genealogist, your story is not complete until you find your Tuck Tartan.

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