1842. Seriously, I have more people that I work on that were born in 1842 than in any other year. 1842 in Ohio? They've gotta be mine.
I need to share the stuff I've found on my husband's side, but they aren't genealogists and sharing the charts would be a sure-fire way of making sure they didn't HEAR it. So I printed the FGS for each of the eldest that I've found and I think next step is to timeline the two families and then tell the story of the two that came to California. It's a little more difficult than I imagined it would be, as I really want to get it right. I just ordered two Scioto County history books, so that may add some fluff to my story, too, but I sat yesterday with a blank page and a bunch of Family Group Sheets for about an hour before deciding a timeline may be be the best blue print.
I'll be sure to share when I'm done. I may do a little thing like Amy to go with it, too. We shall see.
I want to catch up on my personal writing, too. And on my family blog. Lots of writing to do.
Best get to it...