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Re: Wiseheart witches 1100-1600 AD
Posted by: HOPE SMALL (ID *****0141) Date: September 27, 2007 at 16:41:15
In Reply to: Wiseheart witches 1100-1600 AD by Kelsey Wiseheart of 80

I know nothing of witches in the Wiseheart line. But I am nowhere near that far back in the family history. But I do know that my grandfather Daniel Signal Wiseheart Jr. took warts off of my hand and leg, he made me and my cousin Kelly not allergic to any type of poison ivy or oak, and he made natural teas and poulice for different alments. I also know he tought my brother how to remove warts, and I assume grandpa learned what he knew from his Dad and Mom (Daniel Signal Wiseheart Sr. & Mary Rosetta Ashworth) because when my Mom (Rosemary Wiseheart)was little she said they never went to a Dr. they always went to their Grandpa & Grandma. HoweverI never thought of any of them as witches, but rather healers.


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