We have had quite a bit of sadness and sorrow in our Family Organization the past few months and the Editors, the Executive Board and the Organization wish to extend out deepest sympathy and condolences to the families and loved ones of these dear sisters. May the following offer some comfort. “I am standing upon […]Read More John Rowley and Sarah Wright Family Messenger
August 21st 1980 – Today when I went into work, Pat Westover and Gina Eastman told me that a piece for the numbering machine had been lost under the desk and they needed it. So both Gina and I got down on the floor on our stomach’s looking for it, Pat came to the door […]Read More History: Grace Harriet Rowley
1904 (Saturday) – Was home all day. Aunt Sarah Abbott (Sarah Elizabeth Sperry) came to see us and while here, she gave Esther (Emily Esther Sperry) and I a blessing. In part, this is what she told me: That the Lord loved me for the integrity of my heart that He could see my heart […]Read More Journal: Jeanette Sperry
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Paternal Great-Great-Uncle: Henry Melvin Sperry – 52 Henry Melvin 52 + Charles Henry 46 – Jeanette 16 – Earl Sperry 7 – Nelson Earl 2 – Kellie Jeanette 1 Wife of Paternal Great-Great-Uncle: Vera Lucille Daley – 284 Vera Lucille 284 = Henry Melvin 52 + Charles Henry 46 – Jeanette 16 – Earl Sperry […]Read More How Are You Related To Me?
The following is a letter written to us by the family of Frances Rowley, wife of Ralph A. Rowley of Tacoma, Washington. David Wm. Rowley and Family Society, I’m so sorry I didn’t inform you sooner about mama’s death. She passed away quietly in her sleep, Wednesday afternoon, October 28, 1959. We had a quiet, […]Read More John Rowley and Sarah Wright Family Messenger
1st September – It dawned a beautiful day, we decided to have a picnic. We went over to Ron (Ronald Steven Smith) and Lora’s (Lora Ann Walker). They live in an apartment house that has a swimming pool, Polly (Polly Ann Smith), 4 ½, has learned to swim, she swims underwater like a fish, she […]Read More History: Grace Harriet Rowley