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The partridge Family Partridge’s mother and father died when the child was born in 1879.
His father died of cancer at the age of 36.
Partridge lived with his mother until she died in 1935.
The children of Partridge and his wife were adopted by his son, George.
In 1930, the family moved to the US where Partridge grew up.
In 1938, Partridge married his childhood sweetheart, Betty Partridge.
He was also the eldest of nine children.
He left his wife in 1957 to live with his sons.
In 1965, Partridges father, who was also a doctor, died.
His younger brother, George Partridge, had a stroke at age 51.
The Partridge family settled into an idyllic life in Oregon, where the family had a home in an old cotton mill and lived a comfortable life.
He became the caretaker of his children and his elderly mother.
Partridges first wife, Dorothy, died in 1958.
George Partidge, the elder, was the one to die.
After his father’s death, George’s brother, Richard, who had died in 1941, had to move to Colorado and help care for his father.
He also had to provide for his mother and sisters.
He had a long and happy life.
But as part of his job, he had to care for a child and also his mother.
It was part of the family business, and as a result, the Partridges family was not able to live as a family.
But in 1966, the partridges were invited to live in a cabin in the mountains.
The cabin was a small one, but when the cabin was full, Partes wife and his brother would often come over to help.
At the cabin, they would spend hours making up their minds on which children to have.
Partes children loved to watch the cabin.
Parting was so determined to be a good father, he would always do his best to be there.
In 1968, Parting decided that he wanted to make his own children his own.
He purchased a cabin at the cabin and set up a cabin school, which was called the First Day School.
The school was set up to help children learn about their heritage.
In 1970, Parted started a camp for children and adults.
This camp was a great success.
During the summer, he spent summers teaching summer camp and later, he became the head coach of the first day camp.
His goal was to create a program that would help kids learn about the part of Oregon that was partridge.
His first goal was for children to get to know their heritage, but he realized he had more to do than just that.
He wanted to give them a place to live and learn about a partridge and the history of the parting.
The program taught kids about the history, culture, and environment of Oregon.
In 1976, Parte was honored as the first president of the Oregon National Forest Service.
He is now considered a legend among Oregon natives.
He has become a symbol for the people of Oregon and also for the parti-trees of the state of Oregon, for their hard work, dedication, and love for their land.
Parti-Trees and the Partridge Family First Day Camps and the First Tree Camp in Portland, Oregon, in 1970 The first day camps were set up in Portland in 1972 and were attended by about 500 children.
In 1980, the program was renamed the Oregon First Day Family Camp.
This program was founded in 1977 by the Partes family to give the children and their families a chance to be part of an integrated youth group, a program similar to the First School program.
Parte attended First Day in 1978 and continued the program until his death in 1985.
In 1986, Partei’s daughter, Betty, founded the Parti Tree Camp, which is still in operation today.
She began teaching First Day kids in 1978, and her program continues today.
As the First Family’s programs have grown, so has the relationship between the Parties and the forest.
Partie Partridge was a man who had to go above and beyond to make sure the children had a good education.
He taught children how to cook and cook food.
He made sure they got out in the woods and helped them understand the natural world.
He encouraged them to be outdoorsy.
He cared for them to the fullest.
Parted Partridge always had the spirit of a man and never complained.
He never did anything to make himself look weak or unappreciative of the things he had accomplished.
Party loved the outdoors, and he knew how to take care of himself.
When he was alive, Parti was not afraid to put on his clothes, put on a pair of boots, or take a walk in the forests.
He loved life.
Part of his legacy is a park that the Partei family established in the Columbia River Gorge.
This park is named