Monthly Archives: April 2007

In Memory of Kathryn Corel-Hahn-Henson

Seventeen years ago today, my great grandma died. It was a very difficult day, as I was only 17 at the time, and as an older cousin said recently, that day was really our first experience with death.

Years earlier, when I was a sophomore in high school, she had bought my class ring for me. She said it was my graduation present because she would not be there for my graduation. April 15, 1990 was about 6 weeks before I graduated.

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Happy Easter

First and foremost, I want to wish you all a very Happy Easter!

I have done a lot of work on the site this week, but unfortunately, my update does not show it! I have lost about 3 days of work, but not to a computer error. I decided I didn’t like the changes I had made, so yesterday morning I scrapped it all and downloaded what I had online and started over! I am proud of how much I accomplished in the past 24 hours, tho!

Now, on to the updates!

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William Correll

Wow, this is hard to believe, but I’ve done it. I didn’t think I would get to this point, but now I’m here! All of the children of William Corel and Rebecca Oney now have their own page!

My next goal is to go back over everyone who is posted and more completely tell their stories. I have more information about most of the children, and their parents. I even know I have more to say about William Jr., I just don’t know where I read the info at! I thought I had read more details about William Corel in the Agnes Hall manuscript, but I didn’t find it there. So, it must have been one of the many letters I have been reading lately. I need to go back through each of the letters and do what I did with Agnes’ manuscrpt last night, make notes on a copy calling out each section I want to write about.

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