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We crossed a bridge, and I reflected that in my grandfather's on one occasion there hadn't been an overpass here, only armed guards and boats ferrying the lucky ones across. Raqqa had been one of the few safe places along A cleaner answered the door and


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The sheikh who saved my m - BBC News

We were speeding eastward near the city of Raqqa, my fixer Levon almost coy about whom we would find there. “I know someone,” he had said haltingly in English. Away from bluffs of rock, the Euphrates River flirted in and out of view. I pictured my skeletal grandfather Stepan a century earlier, walking alongside it on bloodied feet for months, driven by armed guards who galloped near his caravan of deportees. He was the one who had brought me there. Or, rather, his words had – since he had been dead for more than three decades. My family had recently discovered his notebooks, detailing his survival of the Armenian genocide, which Turkey still denies occurred. Now I was retracing his nearly 1,000-mile odyssey across dole-day Turkey and Syria, once all part of the Ottoman Empire. I had lifted my itinerary directly from his pages, and I was trying to reach a hill near the Iraq borderline, where his caravan of thousands had been massacred. I opened up his account and re-read his words from 1916:. I had become accustomed to hunger, having fasted three or four days a week, without a bit of rations between my teeth. My grandfather believed he had survived so that he could bear witness to this crime. An Arab leader named Sheikh Hammud al-Aekleh and his Muslim kinsmen had taken in my Christian grandfather after he had escaped from his doomed convoy, a chance encounter that changed my family’s fate. We turned toward Raqqa, a once-medieval town that sits on the Euphrates River’s left bank. Levon explained that the man who lived there was a Bedouin sheikh. “He’s decidedly powerful,” he said. Men in swim trunks stood knee-deep in the Euphrates, and groups of boys splashed around on this hot day, the shore tangled with verdant foliage. We crossed a bridge, and I reflected that in my grandfather’s time there hadn’t been an overpass here, only armed guards and boats ferrying the favourable ones across. Raqqa had been one of the few safe places along the road. On the wide streets, our driver steered our sedan nearing the sheikh’s home. Finally, Levon pointed to our destination. “Over there,” he said. On the corner stood a large two-storey home with an rich front gate. “The sheikh commands around 20,000 Bedouins,” he added. What if the sheikh is offended by my request. What if he refuses to pinch me. A servant answered the door and ushered us into a formal meeting area, where I waited on plush floor cushions. At last, Sheikh Fayez al-Ghubein entered the area, his face long and serious. I fidgeted, not knowing the custom, then rose in deference. ” he asked finally, in Arabic. With Levon translating, I explained what had happened to my grandfather, this allegory that I hadn’t fully learned until I was an adult. How those dying had begged him to tell the world what had happened, should he survive. “My family took in Armenians, yon 20,” he said, and he explained how the stories had been handed down from one generation to the next. He invited us to his private quarters and a servant brought a ample platter filled with small bowls of dates, orange marmalade, flatbread and cups of sweet tea. ” Sheikh al-Ghubein asked, and invited us to defer with him. As Levon chatted in Arabic with him, I grew anxious about the passing time. I hadn’t yet brought up why we had sought him out. “During the massacres, my grandfather was about to die, but he was saved by a sheikh in the territory. The sheikh took him in when he was hungry and thirsty,” I said. Then I began to speed up my words, as if to spit them out. “I want to find his family and Sometimes non-standard due to them. Sheikh al-Ghubein studied my face and then asked the man’s name. “Hammud al-Aekleh. He didn’t know of him. Of course, he didn’t: what were the chances. It was too demanding to reach through time, to this period from so long ago. The moment lingered and then Sheikh al-Ghubein inquired if I knew the village’s finding. I didn’t, until the previous evening, when I had studied every last detail of my grandfather’s escape from his caravan like a cartographer, mapping his every affect: how he had dropped onto his hands and knees to sneak.


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  2. Half of the pause is for living and the other half is a workshop for her business, Maven Custom Upholstery. Emma Thieme, a writer by devotion, attended a program in New Jersey to learn how to upholster motorcycle seats, boat cushions and car interiors.
  3. From a bag right of electrical outlets to flip flops, boat cushions and a number of disposable lighters to every day litter they filled bag after bag all over town. Sponsors of this years outcome included: Colonial Yacht Center, Al's Custom Signs, Bay


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E - I - Documented Bristol Street Directory 1775
Sketchley's Bristol Directory 1775 Earl Boulevard, St. James’s 1. Venn, John, pitcher 2. Allway, James, taylor 3. Lambert, ?, widow 4. Lovegrove, Eliz. 7. Propp, Richard, mariner 9. Morgan, John, shoe-maker 10. Cornish, ?. 11. Assign, James, tide-waiter 12. Bassett, Ann, widow 13. Gough, Mary, victualler, White Bear 14. Wheddon, Wm., baker 18. Clift, Samuel, painter 19. Lewis, William, victualler, Bell 22. Bell, John, taylor 23. Bidgood, ?. 25. Millard, John, victualler, Send East Street (see Bedminster) Ellbroad Street Derived its name from the Elle Bridge 1. Hill, John, tanner 2. Robins, William, luminous-smith 4. Moon, James, tanner 6. Smith, John, victualler, Red Cross 7. Blacker, Mary, widow 8. Parry, Mary, breeches-maker 11. Baker, Tho., tyler & plaisterer 12. Toms, Charles, capt. 14. Carpenter, George, carpenter 16. Moore, John, millwright 17. Moon, Paul, tanner 18. Gally, Abraham, victualler, Wool-put away 19. Freeman, Blanch 21. Fry, Susanna, widow 23. Hemlin, John,...
A-B - Bristol Circle Directory 1775
Sketchley's Bristol Directory 1775 1775 Albemarle Row, Hotwells 1. Dupont, John 2. Celerity, John, L.B. 3. Crook, ?, L.B. 4. Budge, Rev. Christopher 5. Raynous, Eliz., L.B. 7. Watkins, John, L.B. 7. Weaver, -, L.B. 1775 Aldridge Key Lane, recently Aldersquay Lane, Concentrate Quay In the parish of St. Stephen. In 1696, Ebenezar Duddlestone lived here. A corruption of the pinpoint “Aldworth”, from the fact that Alderman Aldworth caused a dock to be made here. It was filled up in 1687. The Lane was absorbed in the Co-operative Wholesale People’s building about the year 1900. 1868 Bankruptcy is awarded and issued against James Milton, late of the sign of the King of Prussia, Aldersquay-Lane, in the Burgh of Bristol. Blue Bell, (pub) Quay Lane (Alderskey Lane) 1775 Jacob Beer. 1. Davis, Elinor, widow, vict,...
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every day there were a two crisis-free hours that we spent relaxing on the cushions byron had custom-made for the bow of the boat. I could almost fall asleep while hanging on to that blue solidus with my left hand and another rope in my right to ensure that a freak wave didn't knock me overboard.