Pretty (Haunted) in Pink

 , By Ronald Howard Livingston
on Wednesday, October, 25 2017 07:28:00 am   , 752 words  
Categories: Uncategorized , 18911 views

A spectacular example of nineteenth century architectural Eclecticism (featuring elements of Chateauesque style), the mansion now popularly known as The Pink Palace at what is today numbered 1473 St. James Court in Louisville, Kentucky, was built beginning around September in 1891. more »

Another Rudd Connection

 , By Ronald Howard Livingston
on Tuesday, August, 30 2016 12:47:00 am   , 187 words  
Categories: Uncategorized , 52620 views

  Researching today for a blog entry I've been working on, I took a tangent in links and came upon the Findagrave.com entry for John Davison Rockefeller. I noted with interest that his sister, Mary Ann, married a Rudd. more »

Increase and Bathsheba Rudd

 , By Ronald Howard Livingston
on Sunday, August, 14 2016 01:29:00 am   , 77 words  
Categories: Uncategorized , 22434 views

I'm a descendant of Increase Rudd (1734 to 1803) and Bathsheba Johnson Rudd (1739 to 1821), through their son Silas (1754 to 1804). Increase and Bathsheba were from Middletown, Rutland County, Vermont. Shown here is their house house.... more »

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