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                                            Garage Rock Bands Live Videos Những Đồi Hoa Sim - Phương Dung 6m 30 Chuyến Tàu Hoàng Hôn - Hoàng Oanh 8m.06 ( 1m in ) Quê Mẹ - Hoàng Oanh 6m 46 (55 secs in ) Căn Nhà Ngoại Ô - Kim Loan 7m 11 (44 secs in ) Sơn Tuyền - Sương Lạnh Chiều Đông 5m 58 ( 1 min in) Người Tình Không Đến - Sơn Tuyền 5m 30 ( 20 secs in ) Những Tâm Hồn Hoang Lạnh - Thanh Thúy 5 mins Ngày Về Có Tin Xuân - Thanh Thúy 3m 32 Tuyệt Tình (Đỗ Lễ) - Khánh Hà 5m Lá Thu Vàng (NNQ - lời Việt: Lữ Liên) - Khánh Hà 4m 58 Khánh Hà - Tan Tác - Paris 30/09/2012 3m 18 Bài Không Tên Cuối Cùng Khánh Hà 4m 51 Chỉ Cần Có Anh Trong Đời Khánh Hà 4m 05 Lá Thu Vàng Khánh Hà (falling leaves) 5m 17 Thân Phận (Lê Mộng Bảo) - Băng Châu 5m 17 PBN 2 | Băng Châu - Một Phút Suy Tư 3m.58 Bao Giờ Em Quên (Duy Khánh) - Băng Châu 3m 58 Băng Châu Ai Trở Về Xứ Việt 6m07 Mot Lan Ra Di - Bang Chau 5m 07 Rừng Lá Thấp (Trần Thiện Thanh) - Thanh Tuyền 5m 33 Tâm sự người lính trẻ Thanh Tuyền Hát Trên Những Xác Người Khánh Ly 4m 54 Bến xuân - Khánh Ly

             You're Gonna Miss Me -13th Floor Elevators 1966                                                            Roky Erickson - Halloween, 1984                           You're Gonna Miss Me - 1984

Love-My Little Red Book 1966           Fairport Convention-time will show the wiser 1968                    The Five Clones- (Ain't) 7 Billion of the Same                 Music Machine - 'Talk Talk

The Barbarians-Hey Little Bird                                      Count Five-Psychotic Reaction                         The Standells-Dirty Water                             The Seeds-Pushin' Too Hard 1966

The Electric Prunes-I Had Too Much To Dream      The Yardbirds-Shapes of things          Bad Seeds-A Taste Of The Same-King Bee                    The Seeds-Pushin' Too Hard

The Seeds - Mr. Farmer (1967)       Shocking Blue - Venus 1969     Just A Little - Beau Brummels   Jefferson Airplane -White Rabbit
Buffalo Springfield - For What It's Worth 1967  Strawberry Alarm Clock - Incense & Peppermints 1967  Earth & Fire - Seasons (1969)              The Seeds - Pushin' Too Hard
Seeds Can't seem to make you mine / Electric Prunes - You Never Had It Better & I Had Too Much To Dream /  'TOO MUCH TO DREAM LAST NIGHT' & 'GET ME TO THE WORLD ON TIME' /  Get Me To The World On Time
Electric Prunes - The Great Banana Hoax /  The Shangri- Las - Remember ( Walking in the Sand) /       Leader Of The Pack /                  Electric Prunes - I had too much to dream

The Electric Prunes ~ You Never Had It Better /  I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night /   Jefferson Airplane - White Rabbit & Somebody To Love /      Crown of Creation

Monkees - Can You Dig It?                              The Wanted - "Here To Stay"                                Spike Drivers - Strange Mysterious Sounds                         The Hi-5 - Did you have to rub it in?
              The Haunted - 1-2-5                                           The Castaways - Liar Liar                            The Outsiders - Time Won´t Let Me      Question Mark & The Mysterians - 96 Tears
Richard & the Young Lions- Open Up Your Door /  Renegades - 13 Women /                 Chocolate Watch Band "Don't Need Your Lovin'" /  Sitting there standing
The 5 Americans - Western Union /         Hard Times - Fortune Teller /             Little Boy Blues - I Can Only Give You Everything /        The Music Machine - Masculine Intuition vesta tilley 1906 " " as above gertie medley do do limehouse you were meant for me gertie 1929 fred astaire and rita put the blame on mame boys rita I've Been Kissed Before

Finally we return to Thomas and Alice’s youngest son, Thomas Everard Cartwright, and his life in the context of his own family. He married Elizabeth Parr on 20 Aug,1811 at St Mary, Walton-On-The-Hill, Liverpool. Elizabeth was the 3rd daughter of Thomas Parr Esq (1769-1847) of Liverpool. The Parrs were an eminent family of esquires and gentlemen who had their own family vault at St Nicholas Church in Liverpool. Thomas Parr Esq was born on Nov 4, 1769, the 4th son of John Parr and Hannah Anderton of Elm House, West Derby, Liverpool. He became a wealthy merchant and banker, specializing in the Slave Trade. He had a 700 berth slave ship called "Parr", and a huge house and warehouse (Grade 11- listed building) on the corner of Parr Street and Colquitt Street. Parr Street was named after him, and his house still stands today. He retired at the age of 35 to Lythwood Hall, Shropshire where he lived the life of a country gentleman. He was buried on March 26, 1848. During his time in Liverpool, Thomas had 3 daughters before he was 21. Hannah was born in 1787, when he was only 17. She died on May 26, 1823. May was his 2nd daughter, born in 1788 or 89. She died on May 10, 1816. Elizabeth, was born in 1790. My main source here, "Burke's Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry", didn't list a mother. However, at my dear Latter Day Saints Family Search website, I found a host of children suddenly born to Thomas, from 1804 onwards. His slave ship had exploded in 1898 off the West Coast of Africa which may have dampened his enthusiasm out there. Instead, he launched into the building of his house and warehouse, as well as contemplating early retirement. The birth of Katherine Walton Parr on January 5, 1804 in Liverpool may have been the clincher. With this birth, and the subsequent births in Shropshire, we discover the mother's name - Katherine Walton. No further information on her, but I don't think she was the mother of his first 3 daughters, given the 14 years that elapsed. At last the boys arrived: Thomas in 1805, Frederick in 1806, Robert in 1810, and Henry in 1815. In between, Matilda Elizabeth was born in 1808, though she died on June 26, 1826. Walter Parr was born in 1817, but died on July 5 that year. Returning to Thomas Everard Cartwright and Elizabeth Parr. Thomas was a solicitor at Stathams Buildings, Lord Street. In 1817, his Attorney/Solicitor partnership with Richard Finlow was dissolved. Thomas and Elizabeth had 3 children. May Parr Cartwright (1813 – 1884), Charles Johnson Cartwright (1814 – 1883) and Elizabeth Parr Cartwright (1817 – 1862) Starting with their only son whose middle name is the maiden name of Alice Johnson, his maternal grandmother, bringing with it echoes of Neston. Reverend Charles Johnson Cartwright married Emilie Lydia Green of Kingston, Surrey on March 1 1840 at Thetford in Norfolk. Emilie Lydia was the daughter of William Green Esq of Horsfield, Bristol. Charles died in 1883 in Great Bradfield aged 69. Emilie Lydia passed away on Dec 27, 1888.