Spring has finally settled in here in the Appalachain plateau of northeastern Pennsylvania. The Daffodils are drying their flowers, the Oak’s leaves are hiding its fruits, and the Alum are shooting up their petaled orbs.
By Kay Strickland
I am a keeper of my family's lore, chasing after my ancestors' tales in south central New York, southwestern Pennsylvania and Southside Virginia. The stories and photographs that I share on this blog are my intellectual property. While I do my very best to provide well researched posts, I do not pretend to have reached genealogical proof standards. Therefore, much of this work is to generate conversation among interested parties. If you would like to share my work or my records, please contact me: dkaysdays (at) gmail (dot) com.View Archive →