Several weeks ago I posted about my ongoing search for more of the story of Emma (Emily) Sears Templeton Jenkins. More detail on my search for Emma is found on this page which explains our search for the missing 53 years of of the story of my wife’s great grandmother. One of the tasks I listed […]
We just returned from a wonderful trip to Maine. Last Thursday I went to the Maine State Archives and State Library looking for information about the Templeton Family, especially Fred and Hermon Templeton’s mother, Emily Sears. The Templeton family lost contact with Emily after the death of her husband, John Frank Templeton in 1879. […]
Tomorrow we leave Moosehead Lake (Greenville, ME) to begin our journey home. On Tuesday we traveled with Ruth’s mother to Kineo, where she told us about her experiences as a child living on the island each summer while her father worked as a guide (see Memories from Kineo). On Wednesday we visited the […]
Today I added a page of what I know so far about my paternal grandfather, William Inhoff, who came as a 14 year old from Germany to Hardin County, Ohio. In searching the ship’s list of passengers, I can’t find any family names that I recognize. Could he have come alone? I believe he […]
We all have those intriguing and/or perplexing questions about our families. Here are a few of my top questions. As I continue developing this site, I will flesh out the questions and the journeys that I have pursued.
William Andrew Inhoff – came to the US from Germany when he was fourteen. Where […]