Welcome to Martinos' World


Tonkinese Photo
 

VivaTonk Tonkinese

Learn more about the wonderful world of Tonkinese cats
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nka1BTUikcw
 

 

Martino Bird Photography

We have selected almost a thousand of our bird photographs covering 160 bird species. Each photo can be expanded to a larger version with details on the birds. The three ways to navigate are:

  1. The Master Species page with links to all the 85 species pages (either individual species or combined related species) where you can pick the birds you want to look at.
  2. Or cycle the 85 species pages alphabetically starting with the American Avocet and using the forward and backward arrows in the upper right corners.
  3. Or view a Slide Show of all the large version photos (automatically cycles through the photos). Be aware it could take 45 minutes to an hour to see them all.
 

Past regular trips: Antarctica , Bhutan , Cambodia , Thailand


Genealogy Ancestry Family Trees

Dedicated to my mother Leora McMinn Williams (a teacher) & my father Maurice Williams (WWII 82nd Airborne 320th Battalion)\
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Ancestry of: Surnames (there are additional surnames) Locations

Linda's father
Maurice Williams

Brown, Chase, Claus, Gidley, Greenslit, Hunt, Kinney, Kramer, Mosher, Sherman, Torrey, Throope, Vaughan, Willliams, Wing

Michigan, New York, Ontario and Nova Scotia Canada, and the New England States

Linda's mother
Leora McMinn

Bandy, Blankenship, Bishop, Conner, Etherton, Gladman, Hull, Hutchings, McMinn, Rice, Stockstill

Southern Illinois, Tennessee, North & South Carolina, Virginia, New Jersey, Maryland

Carmen's father
Ernest Martino

Baranello, Cerio, Martino, Pietracatella, di Stefano, Valerio, Varanese

Monacilioni and Ferrazzano (near Campobasso, Molise, Italy)

Carmen's mother
Jean Ross

Mete, Raso (Conflenti), Raso (Sambiase), Rocco, Strangy, Talarico.

Conflenti and Sambiase (near Lamezia Terme, Calabria, Italy)

Grand Blanc High School Class OF 1965