Reblogged from WordPress.com News: In our digital age, we interact with new technologies each day, yet some of us also pine for the past: we cherish handwritten things and value … Continue reading
Gail’s pecan pie is a legend in our house. She doesn’t serve it with brandy sauce or whipped cream. She sometimes serves it with ice cream but usually, a … Continue reading
Mike and Gail, my husband and sister, are cooking up a storm here in Gail’s kitchen. She lives in Santa Rosa Valley, CA and we have sun and blue skies. … Continue reading
Reblogged from Ascending the Stairs: Have you used Find A Grave? If not, you are really missing an opportunity! With their new partnership with Ancestry.com, the hints for ancestors through … Continue reading
Last month 10 Riggle cousins met in Independence, Kansas for Neewalloh celebration. Neewalloh is Halloween spelled backwards and is long-standing tradition in Independence. Begun some 50 years or more ago, … Continue reading
Elam and Edward Sanford, sons of Elam Sanford and Jerusha Larkin Sanford start the world together in a well to do home in Perth Amboy, New Jersey and end buried in California, one a pauper, the other a society regular.
Reblogged from Map of Time | A Trip Into the Past: The tale of the Irish plight during the potato famine is a terribly tragic one. In a previous post … Continue reading
In Bucks County, Pennsylvania the bones of a long-dead man were found among a pile of cannonballs. Dr. Daniel Rolph, historian and head of reference services for the Pennsylvania Historical Society … Continue reading