Family Moved

Some articles on family, family moved, moved:

Sarah Jessica Parker - Early Life
... was of Eastern European Jewish background his family's original surname was "Bar-Kahn" ("son of Kohen") ... She has said that even while her family lived in Cincinnati, her mother emulated a New York lifestyle ... Her family moved to Cincinnati, Ohio and then to Dobbs Ferry, New York, near New York City, so that she could get specialized training ...
Mark Holtzapple - Life - Childhood
... In his early years, Mark's father was an Air Force pilot, so the family moved frequently ... After Enid, his family moved to Dover, Delaware, and then to Japan ... father left the Air Force to become an architect and his family returned to the United States to live in York, Pennsylvania ...
Lois Lenski - Biography
... In 1899, Pastor Richard Lenski was called to serve a parish in Anna, Ohio, and the family moved to the small rural community west of Springfield ... She graduated in 1911 and the family moved to Columbus, where her father joined the faculty at Capital University ... At the urging of her art professors from Ohio State, she moved to New York City to study at the Art Students League of New York ...
Cäcilia Weber
... The children were born in Zell im Wiesental, but the family moved to Mannheim soon after Sophie was born ... The family later moved to Munich, where both Aloysia and Fridolin had found jobs in the opera ... The Weber family moved to Vienna in September 1779, still following Aloysia as she pursued her career at the German Opera there ...
Berta And Elmer Hader - Biography
... The family moved 100 km to the east, to the resort town of Parras, Mexico, when Berta was three, then soon-after to Amarillo, Texas, where her father ran a grocery store ... Her father died when Berta was five, and the family soon moved to the northeast of the United States ... The family again moved in 1917, this time to Seattle, Washington ...

Famous quotes containing the words moved and/or family:

    I moved like a lobster,
    slower and slower.
    The air was tiny.
    The air would not do.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)

    In the U.S. for instance, the value of a homemaker’s productive work has been imputed mostly when she was maimed or killed and insurance companies and/or the courts had to calculate the amount to pay her family in damages. Even at that, the rates were mostly pink collar and the big number was attributed to the husband’s pain and suffering.
    Gloria Steinem (20th century)