Monthly Archives: July 2019

Roger Minert and German Immigrants in American Church Records

Roger Minert was my German research professor at BYU for many years.  Last night we went to his retirement party at the Rotary park near his home in Provo.  In 2004 I took my first class from him.  Because he … Continue reading

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An Elias Bushman Family Reunion in Lehi

On Saturday 27 July I celebrated Jacob Bushman’s birthday (my 2nd Great-grandpa) by attending a family reunion of his brother Elias’s descendants in Lehi, Utah.  I was thrilled to learn about this gathering and happy to go meet some of … Continue reading

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Pioneer Day Talk–Sacrifice and Service

Here is a talk I gave in our Orem Stonewood 4th Ward on Pioneer Day, 24 July 2011 Ann Lewis Pioneer Day–Sacrifice and Service I was born and raised on a farm in a small town in central California. My … Continue reading

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First things First!

John told me this week that I have to finish unpacking from Yakima before I can start packing for Mali.

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Something Big is Coming! A Call to West Africa!

We are finally able to share some very exciting news!  We have received another mission call!  We will be serving in the Cote d’Ivoire Abidjan East Mission which includes our dear friends in Mali!  On October 14th we’ll report to … Continue reading

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Beach Trip July 2019

We love going to the beach as a family!  This year didn’t disappoint.  We drove away from here on Friday July 5th, with a stop over in Las Vegas to see the Donny and Marie Show that evening.  During the … Continue reading

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