Monthly Archives: September 2014

A STORY OF PILGRIMS 10


By the second of march his foot had healed enough that he could go back to cutting trees. It was about this time that he had his first taste of maple sap. On the eleventh he went to work for … Continue reading

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A STORY OF PILGRIMS 9


So now a new generation was in charge of the destiny of this family of Fullers. Of the six children of Peter and Lydia, two had already died and the youngest, Leroy, was dead by the age of 36, leaving … Continue reading

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A STORY OF PILGRIMS 8


Half of these ten children settled in the United States. Emery settled on a farm near Brandon, Vermont. Sherman went to the United States and was wounded while serving in the Union Army during the Civil War. Phoebe went to … Continue reading

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