Land of Our Father: Land of Ours

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Land of Our Father; Land of Ours is written by co-authors, Erma (Britton) Moore and Rita (Moore) King, this heart written non-fiction story is told by a mother and daughter who bring to paper a life adventure story of five generations. The main characters are George and Bertha (Clark) Britton who from the beginning of their adult life invite Jesus Christ into their hearts and make a commitment to God that carries them throughout their entire life. From the farms of Kentucky, to homesteading in Kelvington, Saskatchewan, Canada, to the rural farmlands of Indiana, all along the way the Brittons never cease to give praise to their Heavenly Father. Land of Our Father; Land of Ours offers more than genealogy, it tells the story of life, from early pioneer families, World Wars, The Great Depression to our "Bright Hopes for Tomorrow".
 

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Contents

The Early Family of George Arthur Britton
1
Young Pioneer Man in the Canadian Wilderness
14
A Courtship and Wedding
21
Homestead in Canada
26
Back Home Again in Indiana
33
From Renting to Our Place
37
The Great Depression
48
Life on Egypt Hollow
57
The Years during W W II
66
Victory New Beginnings
77
Bad News
85
Life in the 1950s
88
The Nursing Home Years
96
Bright Hopes for Tomorrow
101
Endnotes
107
Copyright

On Wings of Our Own
62

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