Glimpses in Time Blog
I love newspapers! I can get lost in newspaper research looking for my ancestor and trying to discover something new about them. I research newspapers nearly every day. I will be sharing some of my insights in this blog and soon in videos. Have a newspaper hint? Share it with
Bert Edward Mothersbaugh (1888-1918) is not a direct relative. He was the brother-in-law of my great-great aunt Maria Raiffeisen Mothersbaugh. Bert was the youngest of five brothers (Lewis, Charles, Walter, Oscar & Bert) and two sisters (Ionia and Ophelia) born to Samuel A. (1846-1917) and Artelia Mechia Martin Mothersbaugh (1848-1915).
I wanted to take this opportunity to welcome each of you to my new website. Some of you have been with me for many years while others have joined me on this journey more recently. I feel very blessed and am grateful for everyone. I hope you will enjoy exploring
In my family September brings the promise of fall, of the harvest and preparation for colder months. Fall is my favorite time of the year and September acts as a warm reminder of family get togethers. Throughout the generations on my family tree no month seems more popular for nuptials
As Members of Congress watch the clock run out for funding Fiscal Year 2024, I thought it might be good to refresh our memories of how the legislative process works. This is my simplified explanation of a complex process. I worked as a staff member in the House of Representatives