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268 example sentences with  chillun

268 example sentences with chillun

YessI sees yo' eyes adoin' dat dere triflin' trick (He gets chillun if dey isn't good.)

Me and my old 'oman done raised up seb'm chillun, and all doin' well 'cept two of 'em what died.

All his chillun was girls.

"How many chillun I have?

" This information given by: Lewis Brown Place of residence: 808 W. Eighth, Pine Bluff, Arkansas Occupation: Retired minister Age: 84 Name of interviewer: Mrs. Bernice Bowden Subject: Child Rearing Customs of Early Days "In them days, folks raised one another's chillun.

Lord bless her heart she was good to my mammy and her chillun!

They put the women and chillun in the wagons but the men had to walk.

"Old mistress, Miss Sarah Clay, took her chillun and went to Memphis.

Now my chillun and grand chillun takes care of me.

Now my chillun and grand chillun takes care of me.

You know chillun in them days didn't have as much sense as they got now.

Chillun them days didn't know nothin'.

They was what they called freeborn chillun.

She was right there when both of his chillun were born, Mr. John Boone and Miss Mary, too.

I nursed both of them chillun.

We had two chillun, both girls.

We ain't got no chillun and never had none.

"Old master was good to us but I 'member he had a leather strap and if we chillun had done anything he'd make us younguns put our head 'tween his legs and put that strap on us.

After we went to Chicago in 1922, I took care of other folks chillun, colored folks, while they was working in laundries and factories.

"Massa Joe used to come down and play with us chillun.

I member they wouldn't give us chillun no meat, jus' grease my mouf and make my mother think we had meat.

"All us chillun stayed in a big long log house.

Dar is where us chillun stayed in the daytime, right close to Miss Mary.

That was the first school and you might say the las' one cause I had to nuss them chillun.

so I could see my chillun grown.

How many chillun?

and I raised other folks' chillun.

Mah mammy had lots uv chillun an she also mammied de white chillun, whut wuz lef' mammyless.

Mah mammy had lots uv chillun an she also mammied de white chillun, whut wuz lef' mammyless.

When de ole haid died out dey chillun got de property.

We havn' seen our pa an ma since we wuz 'vided and since we wuz chillun.

Us chillun called her Miss Netta.

"We was more 'ligious than the chillun nowadays.

But in them days they fed the chillun mostly on bread and syrup.

Ah wanted tuh learn tuh read so ah hung eroun ole mistess when she wuz teachin huh chillun tuh read.

I heered 'em talk 'bout how they'd do the folks and we chillun thought they'd do us the same way.

"When we was comin' up they didn't 'low the chillun to sit around where the old folks was talkin'.

And at night when company come in, we chillun had to go to bed out the way.

See so many chillun now gettin' into trouble.

In dem days on meetin' Sunday fokes would go ter church and carry de chillun but now not neither the chillun nor dey ma's go either.

In dem days on meetin' Sunday fokes would go ter church and carry de chillun but now not neither the chillun nor dey ma's go either.

"I married when I was eighteen and had five chillun.

Ol' man Adam an' his chillun.

Ol' man Adam an' his chillun.

Narcissus an' de chillun; final adventures of those Plummer children.

All God's chillun got helicopters.

Ol' man Adam an' his chillun.

Ol' man Adam an' his chillun.

Narcissus an' de chillun.

Narcissus an' de chillun; final adventures of those Plummer children.

Old folks would drink coffee, but chillun would drink milk, especially butter milk.

When he saw us comin' he said 'Lawd have mercy here comes them poor little chillun'.

(She kep' all de orphunt chillun an' dem who's mammas had been sent off to de breedin' quarters.

When dem women had chillun dey brung 'em an' let somebody lak Aunt Emmaline raise em.)

Master Hardy, his daddy, had give us to him when he 'vided out wid de res' o' his chillun.

she want her chillun.

Us never had no chillun, but I was lef' one by a cousin o' mine what died.

"Us had six chillun.

I can't say much for my chillun.

I don' lak to feel hard, but I tried to raise my chillun de bes' I could.

de chillun o' Israel in de wilderness an' de Lawd done sont us to take dis lan' o' milk an' honey.

"When de war was over my mammy an' pappy an' us five chillun travelled here to Port Gibson to live.

De Lawd God Almighty takes good care o' his chillun if dey be's good an' holy.

I knew dat dere was some dif'ence 'tween me an' de res' o' her chillun, 'cause dey was all coal black, an' I was even lighter dan I is now.

Lawd, it's bean to my sorrow many a time, 'cause de chillun used to chase me 'round an' holler at me, 'Old yallow Nigger.'

She an' Marse Bill had 'bout eight chillun, but mos' of 'em was grown when I come 'long.

One time a bunch o' us chillun was playin' in de woods an foun' some o' dem May apples.

Us had eight chillun, but aint but three of 'em livin'.

"Us chillun had a big time playin' roun' de dock.

"After dey moved camp de Marster sont me back home to he'p look after de Mistis an' chillun.

"Dora an' me is got three out o' eight chillun livin'.

You chillun learn 'em de way dey is fixed for you to learn 'em in dis here Blue Back Speller, den de firs' thing you know you can read de Bible.'

I had nine chillun an' five of 'em's still livin'.

"Old Aunt Emily cooked for all de chillun on de place.

"Chillun den didn' know nothin' 'bout all de fancy ailments what chillun have now.

"Chillun den didn' know nothin' 'bout all de fancy ailments what chillun have now.

One day Marster's chillun an' de cullud chillun slipped off to de orchard.

One day Marster's chillun an' de cullud chillun slipped off to de orchard.

"Marster an' Old Mis' had five chillun.

I had six chillun by her: Mary, Ella, John D., Claud William, an' Prince, Jr. Three boys an' two gals is still livin'.

I made a-plenty cotton an' I teached my chillun to be good blue stockin' Presbyterians.

"I was a grown-up man wid a wife an' two chillun when de War broke out.

I got one gran-chil' I loves jus' lak my own chillun.

I don' rightly 'member dis minute how many chillun I had, but I aint had but two wives.

She looked after de little cullud chillun.

De little cullud chillun' ud play 'Blin' Man', 'Hidin'', an' jus' whatever come to han'.

"I stayed wid him special, but I waited on all de white folk's chillun at Stephenson.

There was twelve o' us chillun, nine boys an' three girls.

"When the mistis tol' us we was free (my pappy was already dead, then) my mammy packed us chillun up to move.

Here I raised seven chillun in the way o' the Lord.

I didn' have no chillun, but my wife did.

She lives at Westonia an' is de mammy o' ten chillun.

"God willin'," said she, "I'm gwine to find Abe Felton, the pa of dese yere chillun.

When questioned concerning her life on this plantation, she continues: "Now honey, its been so long ago, I don' 'member ev'ything, but I will tell you whut I kin as near right as possible; I kin 'member five uf Marse Carr's chillun; Florida, Susan, 'Lijah, Willie and Tom; cose Carr never 'lowed us to have a piece uf paper in our hands.

He had plenty corn, taters, pum'kins, hogs, cows ev'ything, but he didn' gi us nuthin but strong plain close and plenty to eat; we slept in ole common beds and my pa made up little cribs and put hay in dem fur de chillun."

"I had twelve chillun

My daddy an' mammy an' de odder chillun b'long to a Frenchman named Pinckney.

But Rube had stayed heah faithful, Stayed by his massa's side, And nussed him in de fever Till in his arms he died; But de freedum star in Hebben, It brightens year by year, An' our chillun has foun' de Canaan, Oh yes!

You see, he's my masta's nevyfor de ole folks had no chillun but Miss May Jane, an' she's bin dead dis fifteen yeer, and bofe her chilluns dun follered her to de grabe, so dere is only Miss Polly Ann lef, and" Here Mrs. Clayton groaned audibly, and, calling Dinah to her aid, broke up the tรชte-ร -tรชte if such might justly have been called our interview.

He's gwine away, my bredderin, He's stepped aside, my sisterin, He's clared de track, my chillun, Now make de trumpets bray!