Dec 31 2009

Tide betide whate’er betide, Haig shall be Haig of Bemersyde

Posted by J. Craig Canada in hoge

According to Scotland Places – Bemersyde consists of a lofty rectangular tower, to which lower, modern extensions have been added to W and E. The original building, which has been a fairly typical Border peel-tower, rises to five storeys and dates from the early 16th century; it was probably built in conformity with the Act Continue reading →

Jun 15 2008


Posted by J. Craig Canada in hoge, trial, web publishing

Sunday is traditionally the day reserved for procrastination. At least in the world I grew up in. Myself, I’ve been procrastinating for several days now. Never mind those who would say I’ve been doing it all my life. I’ve almost finished moving my domain from on host to the other. All that’s left is to Continue reading →

Jun 10 2008

The Misses Hoge

Posted by J. Craig Canada in hoge, single room occupancy, tickets, trial

J. P.’s two youngest daughters were Blanche & Octavia and they lived at The Palace Hotel in San Francisco from at least 1880 until their deaths about 1931. And they were 30 years old for 40 years. In 1860 & 1870 Blanche was b. abt 1854. In 1880 she was born in 1862. In 1900 Continue reading →

Jun 07 2008

On Trial

Posted by J. Craig Canada in hoge, marijuana tickets, trial, web publishing

I will be spending most of the next month in court, with court dates on the 9th, 18th, and 23rd. I suppose I should consider myself lucky that a warrant wasn’t issued and that I am allowed a hearing, as I didn’t show up for arraignment the first time on most if not all of Continue reading →