America - Did you know?Punkin Chuckin: Each year, as corn stalks tower toward the sky and leaves turn yellow, orange and red, folks in the United States often flock to farms in order to attend fall festivals. Most of the goings on at these festivals are pretty tame if a little odd-sounding from an outside perspective. Families often participate in activities like going on hayrides, picking out pumpkins, walking through corn mazes, sampling cider, petting barnyard animals, that sort of thing. But what really singles out some of these fall celebrations is the desire harbored by the visitors to witness pumpkins -- harmless lumpy gourds -- blasted into the air and launched great distances across acres of sprawling farmland.
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He married Phoebe Ann Flanagan
The couple had (at least) 1 child.
Phoebe Ann Flanagan
was born 10 December 1861
in Crawford, Arkansas, USA
She died 1916
in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, USA
She was the daughter of John Flanagan and Ruth Triplett.
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