My grandmother’s past is a mystery to me that I want to solve. The first information I have, starts when she was 22.
#61 — Margaret Edwards — a Civil War Nurse.
Find out about Margaret Edwards (1805 – 1893) who was my third great-grandmother.
#60 – Like Father, Like Daughter – Margaret Peggy Pace Lark
Find out about Margaret Peggy Pace Lark who was my first early Pace ancestor born in America.
#59 – Johan Michael Pace Revisited
“Michael!” his dad called from outside. Picking up one of the heavier boxes, he hurried out. He helped his dad hitch the mules to the wagon, and began to load. The mules and wagon would add to their traveling reserve when they sold them, before boarding the boat to go down the Rhine.
#58 – Johan Michael Pace — Five Feet Tall, Lived To 101, Rode With General Washington, Liked “A Merry Glass of Rye.”
Step into the 1700s with me as I tell you about an ancestor who came from Germany to Philadelphia and helped settle our family as Americans.
#57 – Ancestry Research Inspired Me To Write
Follow along as I explore the history of my ancestors and the interesting stories of those that came before us.
#56 — We all need playtime.
We all need playtime “Play is essential to development because it contributes to the cognitive, physical, social, and emotional well-being of children and youth. Play also offers an ideal opportunity for parents to engage fully with their children.”
#55 The ocean speaks to me
The ocean speaks to me — with power, beauty, peace, fertility; and endless playful opportunity.
#54 –Put a poem in your child’s pocket
“Keep a poem in your pocket, and a picture in your head and you’ll never feel lonely at night when you’re in bed,” says Beatrice Schenk de Regniers. Why don’t you put a poem in your child’s pocket?
#53– Take The Healthy Alphabet Challenge
Will you and your family take the challenge that we introduce in Delly and the Beach Town Healthy Alphabet Challenge? Add fresh fruits and vegetables to your monthly grocery lists.