Bibles Show Family Heritage, Depth of Christmas Tradition

In addition to the fading lists of Hubbard generations inscribed at the ends of various Old and New Testament Books, the Bible also contains records of the family's slaves. Most of the slaves are listed by their first names and with their mother's first names. At the end of Malachi is the following record of slave births: "Garrett of Suse was born July 31, 1857. Andred of Suse was born..."

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The Danville Register (Danville, Virginia)25 Dec 1975, ThuPage 13
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  • Bibles Show Family Heritage, Depth of Christmas Tradition — In addition to the fading lists of Hubbard generations inscribed at the ends of various Old and New Testament Books, the Bible also contains records of the family's slaves. Most of the slaves are listed by their first names and with their mother's first names. At the end of Malachi is the following record of slave births: "Garrett of Suse was born July 31, 1857. Andred of Suse was born..."

    hollie_g_364 – 25 Oct 2014

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