Thursday Treasure Chest My wooden treasure chest, so to speak. That would have to be the desk I set at, day in and day out blogging and doing all of my research. The desk that I comfortably set at once
Martha Colleen CLINTON is the next lady I would like to introduce you to. Colleen as she was often referred to was my maternal grandmother and she had a wonderful, fun filled, interesting and active life. She was born
Best little orange box in town that is actually a big box of memories. The old, “Town & Country Shoes,” shoe box was recently given to me by my mom on a holiday trip back home. While we were visiting
This picture was taken by my grandparents during a family trip. It’s the Corn Palace in Mitchell, South Dakota; it was taken during the warmer months of 1962. This is a picture I took of the Corn Palace in Mitchell,
This is a photo of my grandpa, Fred Henry Elfrank. It was taken in front of the capital building in Victoria, Canada on June 1963.
Great grandma Essie Mae STEWART (Clinton) was born 4 November 1880 in Daviess, Indiana. Her parents were Stewart and Dicey Bugher. She married Edd Clinton on 8 August 1897; they migrated to Missouri around 1910
I mentioned last week that I wanted to take time to introduce you to some very special women in my life. Today I’m going to start with my Great grandma Mary Caroline ESTES (Elfrank) from my mom’s side. Great grandma
This is a photo of my grandma, Martha Colleen Elfrank, taken on a boat going to Victoria, Canada June 1963.
This is the tombstone of my grandparents. Martha Colleen Elfrank a strong willed and lovable woman. Fred Henry Elfrank, a loving grandfather and hero.
Matrilineal Monday is the perfect way to pay some respect. I want to give some well-deserved focus to some of the strongest women in my life. If it wasn’t for these women I wouldn’t be here today, wouldn’t be who I am, wouldn’t have this wonderful