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After about two years of work we have completed a major upgrade to New River Notes.

On January 21, 2014 we switched in the last of the updated files and final page revisions. New River Notes, a leading genealogy resource for the New River Valley of North Carolina and Virginia, launched its new look website today.

'There were personal letters, and a lot of family photographs…Hugh just said, 'Do whatever you want with that junk up there Hillary, taking the stage last week before the dinner was served, talked about her grandfather, who came to Scranton with his parents when he was 3, the sixth of an eventual 11 children from a family that left the coal mines in England 'searching for a better life and more opportunity.' But she neglected to mention some of the skeletons in the family closet.

Clinton may have enjoyed her long ago visits to the Spartan Rodham cottage, but there's a much darker side to Rodham family life in the dreary coal and mill town where they first settled in the late 1800s.

As documented in my book, Hillary had a great-uncle, George Beale Rodham, who became a corrupt political boss in Scranton - a forebear whom she has rarely talked about publicly.

He was born on November 19, 1889, in the Rodham family's first homestead on U. soil - a drab, wood-frame house at 1103 Blair Avenue, near the coal mines and lace factory where immigrants from Italy, Ireland, Poland and Germany worked.

My dad would say to me, 'Go in the house'…that occurred frequently.'Enter Anna May Wittick Rodham, wife of councilman George Rodham's brother, Robert Bell Rodham, a great uncle of Hillary's, and one of the ne'er-do-well Rodhams - an alcoholic, the tenth of Jonathan and Isabelle Rodham's brood.

With George Rodham's political clout, Anna May – abandoned by her husband – opened a questionable hotel and a beer-and-gin joint in the heart of Scranton's infamous red-light district – Rodham's Hotel, on Franklin Avenue.

His son, Donald Rodham, told me that his father ran his political business clandestinely from the backyard of his Scranton home.

'No one, including my mother, or I, was privy…My father would have all kinds of conversations out there...

The Rodhams were so poor their home was often flooded and filled with silt when the Susquehanna River overflowed its banks.

George Rodham, the only Rodham in politics before Hillary's political fame, was the 13th child of Hillary's paternal great-grandparents, Isabella and Jonathan Rodham, from Durham, England.

She may have enjoyed her long ago visits to the Spartan Rodham cottage (pictured, the view from the cottage), but there's a much darker side to Rodham family life in the dreary coal and mill town where they first settled in the late 1800s Her Rodham predecessor in politics, George, was a heavy drinker, who resembled the actor George Reeves: Superman on TV in the 1950s.

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