Present your family with short one page summaries of your ancestors. Frame them and hang on the kitchen wall. Change the page periodically so that your family gets to know their kin. One page summaries make great dinner time conversation. Rotate pages periodically to keep interest alive and fresh. Great for Christmas gifts, birthdays, family reunions and other special occasions.
Virgena Annabelle Pease
Born May 4, 1882 in Arcadia, Missouri to Horace Emmons Pease and Mary Aletta Shepherd or Morris. (Her mother is believed to be adopted by the Shepherds with Morris as her mothers surname.) She married Herbert Aldridge on November 20, 1901 in Boise, Idaho. They made their home in Ustick, Idaho on a 60 acre farm. While a Methodist she participated in the Baptist Lady's Aid Society and served as secretary/treasure for 25 years. She was the mother of seven girls and two boys. Her home was the gathering place for many church parties, ice cream socials, and holiday celebrations. Virgena died August 21, 1961 in Ustick.
Tip: place several pages in frame with only the top page showing. To rotate, open frame and move top page to the back.