CORNISH-L ArchivesArchiver > CORNISH > 1999-12 > 0945380593
From: khs <>
Date: Thu, 16 Dec 1999 13:43:13 -0800
Well, father-in-law Don and I are back from Whitstone and North Petherwin.
Don was most interested to see where they all started. I got up the
courage to tell him about Rebecca having a child and not being married (she
had Don's gr grandfather George Seteridge Stert back in 1787), but he
didn't recognize the second name at all, and thought it must have caused
quite an upset at the time. He took it much better than I thought he would.
How's the knitting and quilting coming along? People are being pretty good
about buying the raffle tickets without knowing exactly what projects will
be completed by the end of the party. I'm selling the tickets for 1 pence
each for those from the 'old days' and 50 p for those in the present time.
Oh, the applique work is quite good, Jean - all those leaves and vines on
the outside border.
Now, what's the gossip I missed while I was away...
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