The Recollections of an Octogenarian
By Willis B. Newton

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Anita Wappler, longtime family friend said:   March 20, 2013 1:14 pm PST
Had lunch with your Mom today (3/20) and she told me about this site....how fascinating and what great work you've done! I'm impressed and enjoyed taking a "look back" to a time long ago.

Clifford G Cole said:   February 1, 2013 3:57 pm PST
Wonderfull sites and Information I am the fourth great grandson of Samuel Cole. Jack cole being my uncle. What a tale of the old west! Thanks.

Marianne Cowan Pyeatt said:   January 30, 2013 8:36 pm PST
Thank you from the Pyeatt family! We would never have known how or when Jacob Pyeatt died without your research and sharing this wonderful treasure. www.angelfire.com/ar/pyeatt/wagontrain.html

Vivien D. Peterson said:   November 28, 2012 12:51 pm PST
Thank you very much!!! I really enjoyed reading this!! Some of my people were in this wagon train---being,-- Sarah Jane Scott, who married James Sr., Brookshire (2 or 3 children) After her Husband James Brookshire died, She then married Ira Leffingwell, & they also had children. Sarah Jane Scott's Parents were Abner Scott & Wife Martha Patsy Duty. Abner Scitt's Parents were John Jr., Scott & his Wife Dicey Moon of Virginia. Thank you sooooooo much. Very interesting read. Vivien Peterson

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