Samuel Carter left England with his wife and family in 1862 as a Mormon Pioneer.
Our Wray ancestors living in Virginia, Indiana, and Kansas.
The Glen Gardner Inn
My memories of Grandmother
Home from the war, Stan Ruby is a graduate student at Columbia. His bride, Helga Ringel, is a smart, pretty war refugee from Berlin.
Catie [DICKEY] WINGFIELD-DORSEY born about 1850 in Warren County, Georgia
Joseph and Lena Rabinowitz were Russian immigrants who ran a corner grocery in Jewish Harlem. Their nine children were native Americans.
Lost in 1860
This is an introduction to my lifetime of collecting United States postage stamps. It has been a wonderful experience.
How we met, fell in love and got married!
Remiro Spicer recovered from injury and months at the infamous Andersonville prison to raise a family in Upstate New York
Whassup with the Christopher Columbus in my family?
Stan's innovations in Mossbauer spectroscopy.
Stan maintained correspondence with his closest high school and Army buddies, several of whom went on to prominent careers.
I at 61 am still discovering who I am....
Elbert STRINGER, the original source of our WINGFIELD-DORSEY genealogy
1840 - 1920
The story of how I discovered that I'm the descendant of Jewish slave owners from Mississippi.