The auctioneer continued his cry for bids and Louis was at last sold for eight hundred dollars. By this time we had taken in the situation, and it seemed as though my mother's heart would break. Such despair I hope I may never again witness. We children knew something terrible was being done, but were not old enough to fully understand.
Price: FREE (includes lunch) Saturday, October 27, 2018 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM SCHEDULE OF EVENTS 9:00-Conference Opens 9:15-9:30-Welcome (Chapel) Forget Me Not Chris Ault, Counselor Family History Center & Family History Conference 9:30-10:30-Keynote Presentation (Chapel) The Family Archivist, Preserving Your Heritage Cheri J Daniels, Keynote Speaker 10:35-11:30-Sessions Room 103- Get to the Root of … Continue reading Northern Kentucky Family History Conference 2018
Over the summer, Stories From the Past was never far from my mind. In fact, I felt a lot of anxiety over no posts, but between two grandkids and a broken PC (I have six grandkids but two were staying with me), my ability to blog was reduced to bits and snatches of time with … Continue reading . . . and I’m back.
Most of my followers read my blog for just one reason: to find information regarding their own family history. This post is simply to update you on my situation and when you can expect to hear more about the family history interests that brought you to me in the first place. Since my post regarding … Continue reading Updates and Ready for the New Year
FREE Saturday, October 28, 2017 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM You can scan and send your registration form to Shirlene or Karin at the corresponding email address in the image directly above and on the left. See you there!