This is everyone’s opportunity to see this magnificent structure up close and personal! Making sure that this church remains intact for future generations is the responsibility of this generation. Let’s not let our grandchildren and great grandchildren down!
Everyone has seen those warm & fuzzy advertisements on television singing the praises of ancestry.com and its ability to provide you with links to your long-forgotten ancestors and the roots of your family tree. Amazingly, the handsome young chap in their commercial is the spitting Continue reading “Genealogy – Tools & Tricks of the Trade”→
This article began life as another in our series of Easton in the Service. While Brigadier General Edwin Norman Clark was born in Parkersburg, Iowa, he lived a major portion of his eighty years in Easton. And how many towns the size of Easton can boast having a United States Military Continue reading “When Opportunity Knocks”→