When it comes to our supply chain, we have an office in Shanghai where we oversee the design and manufacturing of the materials we produce to upgrade our communities – like custom cabinets, modern light fixtures, and high-quality hardware. By working closely with international suppliers, we make sure production is efficient and cost-effective – and has world-class craftsmanship. In fact, we’re so confident in our products that we market to other builders looking for a quality, bulk sourcing solution through our third-party sales subsidiary, CASK Industries .
Alida Millham of Laconia, NH writes, "I have in my possession some genealogy information for the Newton family who were, at one time, living in Homer, NY. The last entry in the small booklet is Frank Merrick Newton Born April 29, 1863. He married Hortense Olney 28 Nov 1898. They had one daughter born 4 months after Frank Newton died, named Elizabeth Newton on March 29,1900. Elizabeth married D’Elbert Ernest Keenan February 1923. Their son, Michael , was born in August 1924. Although D/Elbert and Elizabeth divorced, this packet somehow remained with the Keenans. They were relatives of mine. D’Elbert died in 1975, his son, Michael died in 1990 or so. I do not know what happened to Elizabeth. I do not want to throw out this information and am trying to figure out what to do with it. It starts with Richard Newton who came from England 1640. (Marlborough, MA.) Died at 100 in 1701. There is also a letter from Nellie Rice Molyneaux , a genealogist for the Colonial Order of the White Crane to Charles Newton of Homer.
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Date Posted: 2016-07-06