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My Alabama Shaw Family on My Father’s Side From 1861-2014

Granddaddy Adam Shaw, Sr. and his second wife, Grand Mama Courtney, never had an argument

Posted Aug 15, 2016

Annie Shaw-Barnes, Ph.D.
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Hi everyone,

I asked my daddy, Adam Shaw, Jr., to tell me about Granddaddy and Grand Mama’s marriage.

Daddy talked long-winded about their relationship this way. “I’ve never heard my parents argue. I’ve never heard my mother and daddy quarrel. My sisters, brothers, and I have never heard our parents say a cross word to each other. When Monh (Mama), began a complaint, Paw (Daddy) looked into her beaming eyes, filled with love, and said, ‘Wife, let that alone.’ Nothing more was said. That prevented arguments between them.”

I invite all couples to pattern their relationship after my grandparents, for they will be always happy.

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