‘Second on the Right’ by Elizabeth Los – A Book Review

'Second on the Right' by Elizabeth Los AMAZON SUMMARY An original retelling of the classic story, Second On The Right explores what really happened leading up to and including the events on the secluded island of Neverland. Forget what you know of that iconic novel, this story will shatter the characterizations of Captain Hook and... Continue Reading →

October Ancestry Challenge 2013: Ancestor #23

http://loricrane.wordpress.com/2013/09/21/october-ancestry-challenge-2013-2/ Ancestor #23 I would like to say ‘Thank You’ to Lori Crane for hosting this October Ancestry Challenge 2013. Participating in this meme has brought my love for genealogy and history back into my life and showed me how much work I have to do. I really enjoyed reading all the participants posts and... Continue Reading →

October Ancestry Challenge 2013: Ancestors #22

http://loricrane.wordpress.com/2013/09/21/october-ancestry-challenge-2013-2/ Ancestors #22 Today we will be continuing down the Ritchie, Richie, and Richey line, starting with my 6th great-grandfather, James Richey Sr. I apologize beforehand for this rather lengthy post and for any repetition I may have overlooked. James Richey Sr. was born on July 25, 1722 in Abbeville, South Carolina. According to my... Continue Reading →

October Ancestry Challenge 2013: Ancestors #21

http://loricrane.wordpress.com/2013/09/21/october-ancestry-challenge-2013-2/ Ancestors #21 Ritchie, Richie, Richey As the October Ancestry Challenge 2013 is winding down to a close, I’m going to give you a look at what I have on my maternal side; the Richey’s. With the help of Ancestry.com, Millennia Files, International Files, and the help of many cousins, I have been able to... Continue Reading →

October Ancestry Challenge 2013: Ancestor #20

http://loricrane.wordpress.com/2013/09/21/october-ancestry-challenge-2013-2/ Ancestor #20 I was blessed to remember another one of my great-grandparents. My maternal grandfather’s mother was Hattie Lee Edmondson Richey. She was born October 15, 1885 to Green and Susan E. Jones Edmondson. I have very fond memories of this great-grandmother. She was loving and kind and we had large Sunday dinners at... Continue Reading →

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