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Kith and Kin?
(1) refers to our friends and neighbors, those with whom we fellowship, and have
familiarity (2) people who live in the same geographical location. Together, they
experience similar lifestyles, sharing a common language, culture and customs.
(1) someone related by blood, a kinsman, or kinswoman our kinfolk. (2) family
members, such as parents, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, cousins; any
relatives who are descendants of a common ancestor; clan, race, or a tribe.
Ware County Kith and Kin
A Memoir from Childhood
About a Trip to Mt. Olive
By Christopher Boyd
~But That Wasn't Yesterday~
Minnie Jane Henderson Griffin Interview
By Christopher Henderson Griffin Boyd
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