Emma’s Grandpa and Grandma Ward who raised her. This would have been taken in about 1890 as Emma was born in 1889. Back row: Molly Ward, Anna Ward, Artie Ward, Elijah (Romie) Millinix (Emma’s father), Esiah Front row: Flora Belle Ward Mullinix (Emma’s mother), Baby Emma Mullinex, Grandma Ward, Ray Ward, Grandpa Ward, Allie WardGrandma Ward […]
My brother-in-law Louie sent me this video after reading MLV. http://youtu.be/OPYaRJOWznk Mark Schultz is a Kansas State alumnus and Louie’s fraternity brother at Lambda Chi (Louie said albeit he graduated years before Mark.) He did meet Mark once at a concert in Arlington years ago. He wrote this song because he too is adopted. Powerful […]
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These are all photos of Leona’s family.Back Row: Leona Hendrickson, Louis Hendrickson (brother), Anna Hendrickson (mother), Iva Cusick (niece) Front Row: Lola Cusick (niece), Dale Hendrickson (brother), Goldie Hendrickson (sister)Leona’s brother Dale (Bud), Wanda, Leona, Millie (Dale’s wife)Ruby is Leona’s sister-in-law. (Louis’ wife)Lee, Betty (Orville’s wife), Orville (nephew), Wanda, Leona Front row: Darlene (niece), Geren […]
Wanda and Lee loved to travel and had some great friends and traveling companions as mentioned in MLV. Just some of their traveling companions were John and Ann Sage, Leonard and Emily Dodge, Don and Ivaleu Miller, Harold and Letha Reser, and Charles and Delores Tanksley. The Millers and Parrs went to Jamaica in 1977.Yes, […]
Wanda and Genevieve were best friends all through high school and all of life. It was a special friendship Wanda so cherished. Genny and Wanda at Uncle John Keller’s house during high school. Wanda stayed with Uncle John and Aunt Winnie during high school. Genny and Wanda eating watermelon. Looks like a contest. 🙂 […]
Thank you for visiting my blog. I am excited to share with you about the story of my mother and grandmother. It brought me great joy to revisit some wonderful memories and also to create some events how I would imagine they happened from things my mother and grandmother shared in the past. I hope you enjoy the book.
I received an email from Esther Phillips Headrick asking me about my book. She shared she had heard my interview on KMAN radio and the fact my mother was adopted in 1925 from a home in Kansas City jumped out at her. You see, Esther was born in September of 1929 in Kansas City, Missouri. […]