Family news about the Lesesne/LeSane family originating in the the area of Sumter, South Carolina and being the descendants of the African-American slaves previously residing on the Plowden Plantation, who after the Civil war took the name Lesesne from a Major Lesesne, and have gone on through subsequent generations to become a good and hard working family who have in majority acquired positions of importance, honor, prestige and importance in nearly every state of the Union.
Monday, June 6, 2016
What's the "Dill" here in Pittsburgh + Ways to "Relish" our PGH Reunion
In less than six weeks, the Lesesne/Reunion will be right on our heels! We appreciate, how all of you are getting in the last of your information to us in Pittsburgh, Deadline is the end of the week, june 12, so we need to hear from you soon. Get those registrations in, and you may still be able to squeek in a room reservation! Hurry, hurry, hurry! In other news.....
In walking distance of the Sheraton Station Square...
Friday, July 15 and Saturday, July 16, 2016 The destination for all things pickled is Pittsburgh, PA The Rachel Carson or 9th Street Bridge will become the home of the annual Pickle Fest in Pittsbrugh. The day includes cool culinary creations, artisan cocktails, informative talks, books and vendors, a giant, custom-built balloon and other attractions. Schedule TBA