Aside from the lovely church & cemetery at Archers Ridge that I posted a picture of yesterday, I also went further down the road a bit to Devoll Cemetery, also in Noble County, in search of my DAR patriot, John Wickham. I’d seen the picture & an article about it before but visiting it in… Continue reading Visiting My DAR Patriot
While in Ohio this past week to welcome the birth of my first grand baby, I took a day off to head up to Noble County where a large portion of my maternal line are buried. Archers Ridge Cemetery is adjacent to the Archers Ridge Church, which I discovered is still in use after peeking… Continue reading A Most Lovely Little Country Church
On the 14th at 10 till midnight, little Mia Quinn became the newest leaf on our tree! She’s our first grand baby and we’re positively over the moon about her!
I’m finding that traipsing through my family tree is becoming more of a bittersweet and lonely experience for me. I’ve built this lovely rich, deep family tree filled with all these amazing people who overcame extreme hardships and tribulations and to know their blood flows through my veins is utterly amazing. However, my own immediate… Continue reading Alone in the Roots
Sometimes there are moments that really help solidify who you are, where you’re supposed to be and what you should be doing with your life. Since moving to New York, I’ve had more of these types of serendipitous moments than ever before and most of those have had to do with genealogy (as in my… Continue reading I Added to History Today