Mother’s Day ~ A huge thank you to my mom, and her mom, and her mom…


“Our ancestors are totally essential to our every waking moment, although most of us don’t even have the faintest idea about their lives, their trials, their hardships or challenges.”
~ Annie Lennox

Darlene Lois Moore - Mom
Darlene Lois Moore – Mom
Mom with her two younger brothers, Danny-L, and Rich-R.
Mom with her two younger brothers, Danny-L, and Rich-R.
Mom and my sister, Connie, left and me, right.
Mom and my sister, Connie, left and me, right.
Connie, Mom, and Me.
Connie, Mom, and Me.
Mom and Me.
Mom and Me.

Thanks, Mom…for everything.

Matrilineal Succession

  1. Hollie Ann Schrader (1958- )
  2. Darlene Lois Moore (1942- )
  3. Elsie Marcella Hackathorn (1908-2002)
  4. Florence Paisley (1874-1917)
  5. Jane Wyckoff (1848-1936)
  6. Mary Earl (1825-1894)
  7. Catherine Withrow (1801-1845)
  8. Elizabeth (Maiden Name Unknown – wife of David Withrow) (1782-1830)
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