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|1||"Slave-like" forced labor long after slavery was supposed to be abolished.|
Henrietta Day, daughter of Richard Day Sr married Armstead Handy. Armstead packed up the family and left farming for the promise of decent regular pay. Armstead worked the Coal Mines in Jefferson county Alabama, for the Tennessee Coal and Iron company in the 1920's as did Thomas Robert Day from about 1916 to 1928. Armstead was later joined by his son Leon to mine by the 1930 census.
The following article depicts what life was like for many black miners and railroad workers in the South. Particularly those young black men working for Tennessee Coal and Iron in Jefferson County, Alabama.
Original article here:
|2||A Biography of Reginald Finley Sr.|
This Bio will tell you about Reginald's beginnings and give you details about his life work. It will be a work in progress.
|3||A Mini-Bio of Daniel Day's cartooning Past|
|4||A record of Lasaine Events and research. |
A work in progress discussing how and what we are discovering about our LaSaine ancestors. The people we met and talked to, documents we recovered and more.
|5||A story about some early Black Randles from England.|
A story about some early Black Randles from England.
|6||Adolph's Passing is recognized by the Mississippi Legislature.|
"A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION COMMENDING THE LIFE OF MR. ADOLPH GAYLOR AND EXPRESSING THE SYMPATHY OF THE LEGISLATURE UPON HIS PASSING."
|7||Article published in 1940 by Dr. Thomas LaSaine|
Journal of The National Medical Association
|8||Bio of Rev. Charles Franklin Billings|
|9||Biography of Thomas Alonzo LaSaine, Jr.|
Biography of Thomas Alonzo LaSaine, Jr.
|10||Brenda Hill Finley Obituary|
|11||Brief Article about Leroy Person|
An interesting look in to the life of Leroy Person. An article written by Jenifer P. Borum.
|12||Brief History of Jeremiah Collins|
|13||Civil War Pension|
This document lists Nathaniel Gaylor and his son Joshua.
|14||Dan Day's Article About Michel Angelo.|
Dan Day's Article About Michel Angelo.
|15||Daniel Day Mention in:
Who's Who In America - 1984|
|16||Daniel Day's Autobiography.|
Daniel Day tells the Chicago Defender's audience about his humble origins, at just 16 years of age!!
|17||Daniel E. Day Mentioned in Time Magazine - 1945|
|18||Daniel E. Day Paper Obituary|
This is Daniel Day's Obituary as it appeared in the Washington Post, in 2003.
|19||Downtown Crowley, Louisiana in 1913|
|20||Eliza Mae Chatman Davis Obituary|
|21||Eula Juanita Lyons - Obituary Full Text, Feb 21st, 2008|
|22||Frank Earl Jones Obituary|
Frank Earl Jones Obituary
|23||Fraternity Info From JSCU|
A website that actually has the fraternity information from JSCU about Thomas Alonzo Jr.
|24||Jospehine Senegal's Obituary|
|25||Journey of Mankind: The Peopling of The World|
A Flash Presentation on early man's journey throughout Africa and The World.
|26||Lasaine is possibly LeSeine, Lessane, or Sane.|
Researching the "LaSaine" roots.
|27||Manuscript Collection mentions Mary Alice Lasaine.|
The Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture at the College of Charleston has documents which mention Mary Alice LaSaine and one of her sons, Herman.
|28||Mary Alice LaSaine mentioned in an historical article about Haut Gap High School.|
Mary Alice LaSaine is mentioned in an historical article about Haut Gap High School located in Johns Island, South Carolina. The source website doesn't appear to get updated so I am posted it here for archival purposes.
added by Reginald V. Finley, Sr.
|29||Mary Alice LaSaine mentioned in online journal.|
"On February 14, 1942, Gamma Xi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. was chartered by eighteen astute and innovative women: Margaret Broadnax, Jessica Brown, Ruby Cornwell, Viola Stewart, M. Alice LaSaine, Margaret Poinsette, Geneva P. Singleton, Hattie Green, Julia Purnell, Sadie Burroughs, Willa Curry, Emmie Gilkes, C. M. Thompson, Elizabeth Kiah, Charlotte R. Powell, Alleen Wood, Ollie Saxon and Caroline Wilson."
|30||Memorial Service Mention in the Concord Monitor for Joe Parris|
|31||Mrs. Willie Anna LaSaine's Obituary|
Full Transcription of Obituary:
Services Today For Mrs, LaSaine
Services for Mrs. Willie Anna LaSaine of Atlanta, former director of nursing at Meharry Medical College, will be at 7:30 pm. today at Mount Nebo Baptist Church.
The body will be cremated.
MRS. LaSaine died Sunday in an Atlanta hospital.
During her career at Meharry's George W. Hubbard Hospital, she served as an administrator, educator and practicing nurse. Her administrative posts there included director of outpatient nursing services, nursing service for the Comprehensive Health Center and director of nursing services for the emergency room.
MRS. LaSaine was a member of the Meharry Alumni Society and the board of directors of the South Street Comunity Center where she served as the secretary and interim executive director. She was a member of the North Central Tennessee League of Nursing and the American Vocational Association.
Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Mary Frances Finley, Atlanta; three sisters, Mrs. Josephine Senegal, Mrs. Mamie Bellard, both of Oakland, Calif., and Mrs. Rosa Gober, Beaumont, Texas; two brothers, Marshall Chatman and John Chatman, both of Los Angeles; and three grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that contributions be made to the Willie Anna LaSaine Scholarship fund, in care of Mrs. Pauline James; Nursing Services, George W. Hubbard Hospital.
|32||Murray & Lasaine Family|
History was made today when the descendants of Emilie Albertha Johnston Murray and Mary Alice LaSaine visited Murray-Lasaine Elementary in Charleston, South Carolina on James Island October 16, 2006.
|33||Obituary for Alice T. Chatman|
Obituary for Alice T. Chatman
|34||Obituary for Emory Bennette Jr.|
|35||Obituary for Georgia "Puddin'" Myers|
Obituary for Georgia "Puddin'" Myers
|36||Obituary for Jesse Beatrice Gaylor|
Obituary found for Jesse Beatrice Gaylor at Ancestry.com.
|37||Obituary For Juanita Lyons Finley, Front|
|38||Obituary for Larry Gooden|
|39||Obituary for Mabel A. Bond|
|40||Obituary for Madlin E. Walker|
|41||Order of Service for Juanita Lyon's Funeral Service|
|42||Perry Tillery, Obituary|
|43||The Grand Tree of Life- From an Evolutionary Perspective|
|44||The Search For Richard Day Sr|
Reginald Finley Sr, A Day descendant tells of his journey to discover Richard Day and then later his other Day kin.
|45||The Villager NewsPaper talks about Joe Parris|
|46||At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.|
|47||Winnie Anderson tells her story of the origins of the Randalls.|
Winnie Anderson tells her story, and a much more convincing version, of the origins of the Randalls.