How wonderful! Oh, the history those pages tell...Keep these ancestor stories coming!Bill ;-)http://drbilltellsancestorstories.blogspot.com/Author of "13 Ways to Tell Your Ancestor Stories"
Great notes, these are historic, lots to learn from the old generation. Keep these notes safe
Love your blog. You Pathological Picture Taker link had me giggling. This is an awesome thing to have and share. thank youFrances
Wow! They say the best way to lead is by example. Sylvia is still leading almost two hundred years later. "Busy hands, happy heart" - what an inspiration, that is a lot of hard work. I have never heard of knit suspenders! Wouldn't you love to know what one of those bonnets looked like? I wonder if she used the same patter for all of them? Thank you for sharing your treasure. I love these posts about Sylvia!
Oh how neat is that! Keep this safe for your descendants!
I couldn't imagine having this, from 1820 no less. Amazing.