Monthly Archives: March 2018

Finding Mollie

I woke up on Sunday morning, March 11, 2018, with the feeling that I needed to go to Thornrose Cemetery in Staunton to try to find the grave of Mary E. “Mollie” Hicks Livick.  Being about 95% sure that I’d … Continue reading

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The Search for Mary (Polly)

Long before I was interested in genealogy, two of my uncles, Billy and Buster, tried to learn more about our family’s history.  There were tales about Mary “Polly,” the unwed mother of our family patriarch (John William Anderson, June 24, … Continue reading

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And Just How Windy Was It?!

High winds were in the forecast for Friday, March 2, 2018, and the forecast was accurate–it was CRAZY windy!  After driving slalom-like around branches in the road on my morning commute, I arrived at school to find the main entrance … Continue reading

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