My Oliver Story – First Generation Americans

Part 1. Skeleton’s in the closet. My father was a bastard son, born in 1924 on his great grandfather Samuel Ellsworth Oliver’s farm. His mother, my grandmother, Edith Celeste Payton, lived on the Iowa frontier when she became pregnant by her Irish boy friend. Her parents, Frank Norman Payton and Ethel Farnsworth Oliver decided itContinue reading “My Oliver Story – First Generation Americans”

Family History: Why We Celebrate the Passover Feast (One more new day to live)

The way I believe was altered by my quest to discover the truth. I began reading the bible and discovered that Jesus Christ had a salvation plan for all of mankind. I was also researching why, where and when my family lines migrated through time. My path has led me to make a difference; IContinue reading “Family History: Why We Celebrate the Passover Feast (One more new day to live)”