“Molly was none of your heart-broken, sick-brained women – bless her prolificness – read the list of her jewels (children).”
Tag: early American History
Today 361 years ago our 11th (and 12th) great-grandmother Priscilla Akers, née Howlett died. A child of south-western England, she died in the New World.
Miller painted what he saw, and his firsthand works provide a window into a life and time long gone but essential to the very nature of what it is to be American.
This week Tuesday 244 years ago, our 4th (and 5th) great-grandmother Abigail Briggs died in Mansfield, MA.
The girls all prefer listening to a story over watching a film because you can “do stuff” while you listen.