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Hargrave Prime Numbers or 5TP39s in the 10 quintillion or 10e18 range, QTP10e18
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Hargrave Prime Numbers or 5TP39s in the 11 quintillion or 11e18 range, QTP11e18
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Hargrave Prime Numbers or 5TP39s in the 400 quintillion or 4e20 range, QTP4E20
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Hargrave Prime Numbers or 5TP39s in the 1600 quintillion or 16e20 range, QTP16e20
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Hargrave Prime Numbers, Twin Prime Number Clusters, 5TP39, Quintuplet Twin Primes
Genealogy Baines, Ballard, Ellenwood, Fagan, Musgrove, Smith, Stone, Vinson Families
Teapro, the programming language Teapro written in C90 which can be compiled for any computer
The ACB Mystery Story, Two Examples
Chess
The Wordtest Word Recognition Computer Program, Version 3.3
The Chocolate Chipmunk Poem
The Valentine Opossum Poem
Joan's hibiscus
Nanu's butterfly



Genealogy
Baines Family
The Early Bains or Baines Family
The Reverend George Washington Baines,
Pioneer Texas Baptist and President of Baylor University

The William Creath Baines Family of Denton, Texas
The Descent Chart of the Baines Family
Will Baines and Lillie Haden
William Creath Baines with son Robert Thomas Baines and his family after 1884
Front row left to right: William Creath Baines, Nannie Caroline Baines b.1880, Robert Thomas Baines, John M. Baines b.1881, Sabina Perrin Baines
Back row left to right: Mollie Baines b.1871, Katherine Baines b.1875, Sam Baines b.1867, Robert Creath Baines b.1873, James T. Baines b.1878, credit Mara Dee Hodson
Son's of Belle Baines Davis
Left to right. Front row: Jake Davis, Charles Davis, John Davis.
Second row: Jim Davis, Joe Davis.
Back row: Willie Davis, Thomas Davis, Curtis Dan Davis who was the Texas outlaw.
Belle was the illegitimate daughter of William Creth Baines, credit: Steve Spencer.
Belle Baines Davis Joe Davis and Belle Baines Davis with two of their sons in Vinita, Oklahoma about 1909, credit Steve Spencer
Lyndon Baines Johnson, August 1960, Oklahoma City Left to right: Lady Bird Johnson, Neva Eugene Smith, Leola May Smith Ballard, Lyndon Baines Johnson
Lyndon Baines Johnson, August 1960, Oklahoma City Left to right: D La Pierre Ballard, Neva Eugene Smith, Crethie Munro Smith Mashburn, Lyndon Baines Johnson, Lady Bird Johnson
The name Creth or Creath in the Baines Family.
Ballard Family
The Appleton Ballard Family of Lansing, Michigan
The Ballard Family Descent Chart
Dr. L. Anna Ballard, Pioneer Woman Doctor in Lansing, Michigan
Photo 1 of Dr. L. Anna Ballard, credit: Suzanne Ballard Sell
Photo 2 of Dr. L. Anna Ballard, credit: Suzanne Ballard Sell
Photo of Oriana
Photo of Amadis
Bassano and Lanier Families
Jeronimo Bassano and Nicholas Lanier Families
A tribute to the late Carol Middleton, renowned artist, writer and genealogist who was the internet expert on the Bassano and Lanier families
Beaird Family
The Benjamin Butler Beaird Family of Greer County, Oklahoma
Blankenship Family
The William Hampton Blankenship Family of Cotton County, Oklahoma
The Blankenship and Friend Family
Colston Family
The Colston Family of Cotton County, Oklahoma
Crouch Family
The Crouch Family of Washington County, Tennessee
Photo of Elijah Crouch,Jr (1819-1880) son of Elijah Crouch (1770-1825) and Mary Ellis
The above photo is owned by Denton Anderson and furnished by the distinguished Crouch family researcher Dave Boatman.
Photo of Oma Goldie Stapp Crouch (1904-2001)
Ellenwood Family
The Benjamin Ellenwood Family of Nova Scotia
Pulborough Church and Cemetery, Pulborough, Sussex, England
Burial location of Edmund Freeman (1566-1623) ancestor of Captain Benjamin Ellenwood (1783-1815). Photo copyright(c) 2003 by Roger Hargrave
Fagan Family
The John Fagan Family, Hero at King's Mountain
Geyer Family
The Geyer Family of Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma
Humphrey Family
The Humphrey Family of Miller County, Missouri
Mincey Family
The Paul Edward Mincey Family of Cotton County, Oklahoma
Morrow Family
The Morrow Family of Miller County, Missouri
Musgrove Family
The Musgrove Family of Cotton County, Oklahoma
Aunt Nina's Diary, Nina May Musgrove Grimes, Walters, Oklahoma from 1916 Provided by Karol Ballard
The James Thomas Musgrove and Eva Elizabeth McDonald Musgrove fiftieth wedding anniversary 19-JUN-1928 Walters, Cotton County, Oklahoma
The adults and near adults from left to right in the back are: Bonnie Dee Musgrove, James Ballard, Gladys Ballard, Grace Musgrove, Ernest Musgrove, Marion Musgrove, Nina Grimes, Ben Grimes, Eva Elizabeth McDonald Musgrove, La Pierre Ballard, James Thomas Musgrove, Loney Musgrove, Dora Ballard, Mrs. McLaughlin with Baby, Vivian Squires behind the Baby, Alfred Musgrove, J. C. Grimes, Lula Grimes, Ernest Ballard.
The larger children in the middle row left to right are: Sherman Squires, Geraldine Musgrove, Alpha Musgrove, Evelyn Musgrove, Betty Sue Musgrove, Kenneth Ballard, Glenn Squires, Jack Musgrove.
Betty Sue Musgrove in later years identified the three little children on the front row as McLaughlin children who were friends of Loney Musgrove. Dora Ballard in later years identified the two girls as: Vela Mae Winkler and Fannie Winkler.
Smith Family
The John Calvin Smith Family of Denton, Texas
The Smith Family Descent Chart
Photo of the Children of Charles Creth Smith (1872-1938) and Leola James Ward (1876-1914)
Family Favorite Recipes
Stapp Family
The Stapp Family of Cotton Co, Oklahoma
Stone Family
The Stephen Stone Family of Sumner Co, Tennessee
The John Stone and Mary O'Brissell Family
The Thirteenth Annual Stone Family Reunion, Sunday 23-SEP-2007, Lebanon, Tennessee
Pleasant Valley United Methodist Church, Union City, Tennessee
Gravestone of Stephen Stone (1750-1838)
The above photo is from Stone-Baulch Cemetery north of Gallatin, Tennessee taken by Howard Stone Baulch.
Gravestone of Kezziah Stone (1754-1836), Wife of Stephen Stone (1750-1838)
The above photo is from Stone-Baulch Cemetery north of Gallatin, Tennessee taken by Howard Stone Baulch.
Link to webpage of Howard Stone Baulch
Photo of Rhoda M. Hamilton Stone (1823-1911)
Photo of Liola Elizabeth Stone (1860-1946)
Photo of Sophia Stone (1814-1885) and her husband, John R. Baulch (1810-1892)
Credit: Mary Bright Hunter Young.
Photo of Nicholas Howard Stone (1830-1900) and his second wife, Mary Elizabeth Hanna (1844-1909)
Credit: Howard Stone Baulch.
Photo of William M. Stone (1826-1890) and his wife, Elizabeth Jane Higgason (1834-1927)
Credit: Gail Poindexter.
Turner Family
The Judge Robert Turner Family of East Texas
Vinson Family
The Captain James Vinson Family of Sumner Co, Tennessee
Ward Family
The Littleton Ward Family of Obion Co, Tennessee
Pleasant Valley United Methodist Church, Union City, Tennessee
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Chess
Ballard's Games of Chess
Chess Thinking
Photo of Bobby Fischer (on right) playing chess vrs. D La Pierre Ballard (on left)
Bobby is about to play 8.Bb3 against the Accelerated Dragon Sicilian, Fischer Simultaneous Exhibition at Chess, 04-APR-1964 Wichita, Kansas, Photo credit: Leola May Smith Ballard
Photo of Bobby Fischer with others
Left to right is Keith Carson, Bob Michaelson, Bobby Fischer, D La Pierre Ballard, Charles Wayne Carson, Fischer Simultaneous Exhibition at Chess, 04-APR-1964 Wichita, Kansas, Photo credit: Leola May Smith Ballard
Photo of Bobby Fischer (on left) with D La Pierre Ballard (on right)
Bobby Fischer is looking at the January 1964 issue of the Russian chess magazine "Shakhmatny Bulletin", Fischer Simultaneous Exhibition at Chess, 04-APR-1964 Wichita, Kansas, Photo credit: Leola May Smith Ballard
Photo of Bobby Fischer playing chess
Fischer Simultaneous Exhibition at Chess, 04-APR-1964 Wichita, Kansas, Photo credit: Leola May Smith Ballard
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The Wordtest Word Recognition Computer Program
Read about the Wordtest word recognition computer program
Down load the Wordtest word recognition computer program, Version 3.3
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Mystery Fiction, The ACB Mystery Story, Two Examples
An ACB Mystery Story: Tying The Knot
An ACB Mystery Story: Aspirations
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The Teapro Programming Language and the OpenTea Technology
Read about the Opentea Technology
OpenTea Technology is what makes Teapro so simple and solid.
The interpreter for the programming language Teapro is written in C90 and can be compiled for any computer. Teapro does file processing, terminal I/O, string processing, and calculations. The Teapro interpreter, teapro.exe, is a small single file program which can be merely copied to any PC for free. It does not have to be installed. The source code in C90 for the Teapro interpretor is below. It is the file teapro.c and may be compiled for any computer. A program in the Teapro programming language is a single text file which can be created with any word processor or text editor. The Teapro programming language is much simpler and easier to program in than most other programming languages. Teapro requires the programmer to write strictly structured programs which makes it much more reliable than many programming languages. The Teapro programming language uses the OpenTea Technology to be simple and solid. People need computer software that actually works. The C90 source code for the Teapro interpreter is available below.
teapro4.html
What is Teapro and teapro.exe ? Here is a collection of articles explaining the Teapro programming language in great detail with explanations of all of the commands in Teapro. You can learn to program in Teapro from these articles. Several of them explain what makes programming with Teapro simple and solid.
teapro.c
The source code in C90 for the program teapro.exe which interprets the programming language Teapro. C90 is the 1990 standardization of the language C.
teapro.exe
The Teapro interpreter program, 32-bit console application for Windows written in C90.
C90Tea
C90Tea is a webpage telling how the Teapro interpreter program written in C90 actually works.
tinytea.cpp
The source code in C90 for the program tinytea.exe which is the beta version of the next improved version of the Teapro interpreter. Usually, this is compiled on a C++ compiler even though it is C90.
tinytea.exe
The beta version of the next improved version of the Teapro interpreter program.
tinytea.tea
A Teapro program to test Teapro, find 5TP39s and other primes. It uses the Teaquad method for larger primes.
fixran.tea
A Teapro program that is a line editor that can be used to format books.
teasho.tea
A Teapro program to do various file tests and calculations.
teaprime.tea
A Teapro program to find prime numbers, 5TP39s, PNQ30s, etc. It uses the Teaquad method for larger primes.
oklaprim.tea
Another version of the Teapro program to find prime numbers, 5TP39s, PNQ30s, etc. It uses the Teaquad method for larger primes.
tea2move.tea
Look at the Teapro program tea2move.tea, which solves 2-move chess problems
tea3move.tea
Look at the Teapro program tea3move.tea, which solves 3-move chess problems
tea4move.tea
A Teapro program to solve four move chess problems.
teatest.tea
Look at the Teapro program teatest.tea
teamath.tea
Look at the Teapro program teamath.tea
teachess.tea
A Teapro program to solve two move chess problems and to play over games of chess.
teatry.tea
Look at the Teapro program teatry.tea
teabag.tea
Look at the Teapro program teabag.tea
rpgtoc.tea
Look at the Teapro program rpgtoc.tea.
Read about the Teapro programming language for PC programming. You can learn to program in Teapro from this webpage. Read about what makes Teapro simple and solid. People need computer software that actually works.
teapro9.exe
Download the Teapro interpreter program teapro9.exe. It runs the same Teapro programs as the other Teapro interpreter listed above. The program teapro9.exe was written in Delphi instead of C90.
teapro91.pas
Look at the Delphi source code for the Teapro interpreter program teapro9.exe
oklatea.cpp
Free to use source code in C90 for the program oklatea.exe which is a Teapro interpreter. It ends with .cpp because it is usually compiled on a C++ compiler.
oklatea.exe
The compiled program for Windows from oklatea.cpp.
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Hargrave Prime Numbers, Twin Prime Clusters, 5TP39, Quintuplet Twin Primes
PNQ30
Prime Number Quadruplets That Are Thirty Apart PNQ30.
Hargrave Prime Numbers or 5TP39s in the 10 quintillion or 10e18 range, QTP10e18
Just the numbers
Hargrave Prime Numbers or 5TP39s in the 11 quintillion or 11e18 range, QTP11e18
Just the numbers
Hargrave Prime Numbers or 5TP39s in the 400 quintillion or 4e20 range, QTP4E20
Just the numbers
Hargrave Prime Numbers or 5TP39s in the 1600 quintillion or 16e20 range, QTP16e20
Just the numbers
Hargrave Prime Numbers
Hargrave Prime Numbers or Twin Prime Clusters of Five Twin Primes in Thirty-Nine Consecutive Numbers = 5TP39 using the Teaquad method.
More 5TP39s All Quintuplet Twin Primes or 5TP39s upto 100E15 found by noted prime number researcher Jens Kruse Andersen.
Still more 5TP39s All Quintuplet Twin Primes or 5TP39s from 100E15 to 1000E15 validated by noted prime number researcher Jens Kruse Andersen. These were found using his software.
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Look at the Teapro website teapro.com
Look at the similar Teapro website teaprime.com
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