a very simple website
five somewhat dated, but fairly detailed, historical narratives
-I started doing family research in 1969, and the books I have written
about my father's Coger family, my mother's Wiseman family and her
mother's Sugg family are fairly extensive, although not recently updated.
The book on the Tucker family, my wife's, is less so, primarily due to
lack of available information.-
(10-08-2016)
comprehensive notes on the "coger" family
comprehensive notes on the "sugg" family
somewhat less comprehensive notes on the "tucker" family
comprehensive notes on the "wiseman" family
comprehensive notes on the "city of danville, arkansas"
a few very basic charts of family connections
-These are pretty much worthless as anything other than a starting point,
and just includes the last few generations to the named family, in a very short
table form.-
connections of the cogers and the "bailey" family
connections of the tuckers and the "berry" family
connections of the cogers and the "black" family
connections of the tuckers and the "caldwell" family
connections of the cogers and the "chambers" family
connections of the cogers and the "cocke" family
connections of the wisemans and the "davenport" family
connections of the tuckers and the "garner" family
connections of the tuckers and the "gateley" family
connections of the wisemans and the "groves" family
connections of the tuckers and the "harkey" family
connections of the cogers and the "hopkins" family
connections of the tuckers and the "horn" family
connections of the tuckers and the "moseley" family
connections of the suggs and the "phillips" family
connections of the wisemans and the "ransom" family
connections of the wisemans and the "wakefield" family
several mildly interesting websites of marginal interest
-Including a small number of sites that I check regularly,
some with information about Danville, Arkansas, some on
the cities where my children reside, some sites on movies,
some sites on automobile and motorcycle history, some
sites about space science, and some sites about
Christian History.-
danville, ar
    time in this place
    weather in this place
    news access
    science news access
    u.s. satellite view
    arkansas forecast

space science
    space station telescope orbital map (requires java)
        international space station visibility in danville, arkansas
        heavens-above space events website

where my children range
    dallas webcams
    seattle webcams
    space needle webcams
    carrollton, tx, weather

movies
    ain't it cool film news
        blastr film news
        cinemablend film news
        relentlessly entertaining aol news
    movie review query engine
    internet movie database
    picwood 11 theater, russellville, ar
    rotten tomatoes movie reviews
    the movie spoiler detailed movie and book stories

classic cars
    jay leno's garage
    volo auto museum
    auto collections of las vegas
    classic car collections
    toad hall cars

classic motorcycles
    the barber classic motorcycle collection
    the craven classic motorcycle collection
    the owen classic motorcycle collection
    the national classic motorcycle collection
    classic and vintage motorcycle collecting
    classic motorcycle collecting

Christian History
    biblical apocrypha and pseudepigrapha
    the gnostic library
    the dead sea scrolls
    the church fathers
    texts on early christian history
    oxyrhynchus papyri I
    other sacred texts

general
    internet speculative fiction database
    best book buys
    the daily iberian, new iberia, la
    the yell county record, danville, ar

a number of photographs and stories of Coger Family automobiles
-I have always liked vehicles, from the age of 7 or 8, riding around Danville shirtless
and skinny as a rail on my 1955 Schwinn, later driving to Russellville and beyond on
the Vespa scooter, later on bigger and more complicated two-wheelers like the Triumph
and Honda and trips much further afield, and on through my first real car, the
1968 Charger, to the Toyotas and Mercedes of my old age; I like vehicles.

And so in my opinion it does not seem disrespectful to those listed in the family histories
on the top half of this page that I put the vehicles that have taken my family through the
last fifty years on the bottom half.

My father had the same view, I think, because he bought a new car every other year, most
often Chevys, later, when family friend and car salesman Guy Murphy moved from the Chevrolet
dealer in Danville to the Ford dealer, it became a new Ford every other year.  After Guy Murphy’s
passing, it became Oldsmobiles.  His brother Clair got a new top-of-the-line Buick every year.
And so the drive and appreciation seems to have some genetic component.  I don’t know if the
Coger grandparents and further back had regular new wagons and buggy’s, so I don’t know
how far back the condition goes.

These automobiles took my family all over the country, to major events, to our educations
and courting and marriages, to the benefit and betterment of our lives.  None of these vehicles
were luxurious, and none could be called high-performance sports cars (well, maybe the Spider
was a sports car.  And certainly the steering, handling and power of the two Chargers, the
Probe, the Pontiac, both Buicks, and the little Red Mercedes I have been driving since
2003 would count as sports car-ish).  But each was chosen carefully (with one or two
exceptions based on vehicular "love at first sight"), and treated well, and maintained with
care, and each lasted us a long time.  Some served several generations of parents and then
went from sibling to sibling.

So, from fore-fathers to four-wheelers, here below are some of Coger’s Cars.
Click on each photo to access more photos, and some stories, of each vehicle.-








 





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And below, a photo of Coger Family Cars on Easter Sunday, 1968.
(Click on photo for explanation)

several hobbies, avocations, or interests of mine over the years
Some of these interests are more serious than others, while some, such as two links to
Uncle Scrooge comics authors, and to model airplanes or trains, and some of the authors
of which I have been fannishly, or fanatically, inclined, less so...Some will seem outright
foolish, but were important to me at one time.  Some of the interests are more recent
than others, and some are way, way, older than others, some dating to my
pre-teenage days.  Clearly, the links and interests shown below reveal me as
a massive geek, and by no one's definition ever, intellectual.


My Grandchildren

Writing Books 
For My
Grandchildren

Family

Family History

My Daughter's Travels

My Son's Travels

Artworks of Friends

Family 
Scrapbooks

Family Pets

Long Play
Records

The Bible and
Christian History

Astronomy

Birds and Nature

Danville History 
and other Webpages

Compact Discs

Sherlock Holmes Books and Stories

Sherlock Holmes Films

Shakespeare 
In Films

Alexei Panshin
("Thurb Revolution" is my all-time absolute favorite book)

Julian May
(The Adversary has the best
ending of any book, in my opinion)

R. A. Lafferty
(astonishing "how-does-he-do 
-this" work)

Cars 
(But I guess I made that one clear)

Garrison Keillor

Ernest Hemingway

Thorne Smith Books

Comics of the 1950's

Walt Kelly's Pogo

Carl Barks
(greatest comics, and among
the greatest adventure books, ever!)

Edgar Rice Burroughs
(huge when I was 12)

Don Rosa

Movies

Boating
(been a while)

Shooting

World History

American History

Rock Island 
Electric Trains

Roses

Model Airplanes

Cameras and Photography

Other Human Religions
and Mysteries

Neil Gaiman
And, last but not least...

Planetary

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[this page updated on 10-08-2016]