Monthly Archives: December 2016

Journal of Sarah Stoddard (1805-1846)

I’ve spent 100s of hours searching for my family members in the journals and diaries of others who lived in the same places at the same times.  I’ve discovered some real treasures and met some amazing men and women who … Continue reading

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Only she knows what “everything” is.

A few months ago I sent the kids a MOM TEST to respond to. I knew of the 3, Claire would send hers back and she did.  One of her answers has played in my mind ever since. What is … Continue reading

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A Crumpled Piece of Evidence

Today in the mail I received this document from  a researching friend, David Turley, in Utah.  I was Thrilled!  Last week he sent me the following message: David:  Hey! Are you related to an Arthur Rudolph Laemmlen? Ann:  He’s my … Continue reading

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