Glanemann Family History & Genealogy

3 photos, 15 biographies, and last name history of the Glanemann family, shared by AncientFaces Members.
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Most Common First Names

  • Elisabeth 10.0%
  • Johnathan 10.0%
  • William 10.0%
  • Catharine 5.0%
  • Gladys 5.0%
  • Johann 5.0%
  • Marilyn 5.0%
  • Crystal 5.0%
  • Josef 5.0%
  • T 5.0%
  • Ernest 5.0%
  • Jobbie 5.0%
  • Betty 5.0%
  • Haddis 5.0%
  • Emmett 5.0%
  • Denver 5.0%
  • Frances 5.0%

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Tom Young when Marilyn and I were together on Sundays we'd travel
down to southern Perry County where her parents were born
and there's two backwards old towns that are often remembered
so many times that my memories are worn

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and Marilyn won't you take me back to old Perry County
down by Corning and Shawnee and Portie-Flamingo Road
well, I'm sorry my love but you're too late in asking
the Buckingham coal train has hauled it away

well, sometimes we'd travel right down to Wes Kellers
to the abandoned old reservoir down by Dodson Creek
where the air smelled like fish that we'd catch with out cane poles
but Bluegill and Bass are all we would keep

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then the coal company came to Hatfield with there big shovels
and they tortured the timber and stripped all the land
they dug for the coal till the land was forsaken
then they wrote it all down as the progress of man

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when I die let my ashes float down the Sunday Creek
let my soul roll on up to the Tom Jenkins Dam
I'll be halfway to Beech Grove where Marilyn lies waiting
just five miles from the forests where we loved to roam

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Sep 14, 2013 · Reply
Tom Young wake up, wake up Darlin' Marilyn
what makes you sleep so sound?
the sheriffs men are coming
gonna tear your grow room down

the first time i saw Darlin' Marilyn
she was standing in the grow room door
a pair of hiking shoes all in her hands
and her stocking feet on the floor

go away, go away, Darlin' Marilyn
quit hanging around my bed
pretty redhead runs me distracted
skunk bud messing with my head

dig a hole, dig a hole in the meadow
dig a hole in the cold, cold ground
dig a hole, dig a hole in the meadow
gonna lay Darlin' Marilyn down

the last time I saw Darlin' Marilyn
she had a beer glass in her hand
drinking away her troubles
with a low-down Shawnee man

dig a hole, dig a hole in the meadow
dig a hole in the cold, cold ground
dig a hole, dig a hole in the meadow
gonna lay Darlin' Marilyn down

can't you hear them bluebirds singing
don't you hear that mournful sound
they're preaching Darlin' Marilyn's funeral
at the Beech Grove graveyard ground

dig a hole, dig a hole in the meadow
dig a hole in the cold, cold ground
dig a hole, dig a hole in the meadow
gotta lay my Darlin' Marilyn down

TY -- 1/9/14
Jan 19, 2014 · Reply