Susan - s3js

Feb-2018-Inspiration-Challenge

Feb-2018-Inspiration-Challenge
Susan - s3js, Feb 3, 2018
Description:
The two MOC challenges that inspired this are Day 12 – Throwback Photo and Day 15 – Filled Layout

Template – Scrapping With Liz – Recyclables 34
Kit unless otherwise noted: Etc by Danyale – Lifetime Stories
https://the-lilypad.com/store/Lifetime-Stories-Kit.html
Grungy paper mat, date tab, and tape - Dawn Inskip – Grace
https://the-lilypad.com/store/Grace-Kit.html
Dark Brown Mat paper, Love wordart - Etc by Danyale -Boho Soul https://the-lilypad.com/store/Boho-Soul-Bundle.html
Gold arrow tape - Etc by Danyale – Chapter 4 Defining Him
https://the-lilypad.com/store/Chapter-4-Define-Him.html
Lined paper – Sahlin Studio – Sweet Storytelling
https://the-lilypad.com/store/Sweet-Storytelling-Free-Kit.html

Journaling reads:
We actually have very little information about Sarah Jane Todd. She was the oldest of the Todd children, baptized 1 Mar 1877 at Bitchfield, Lincolnshire, England. Sarah accompanied her parents aboard “The Queen” arriving at Castle Garden, New York on 11 Mar 1884 and they settled in Livingston County, Illinois. The ship’s manifest incorrectly listed Sarah as James so she likely went by Jane. Sister Florence Mary appears as Teresa, but no one knows where Teresa came from. Perhaps the agent couldn’t read the handwriting when he completed the manifest. She married Gilbert Elliott 10 Mar 1897 in Fairbury, Illinois. They had three children: Ray (1898), Florence Verrene (1903), and Everett Edwin (1905). Sarah died 15 Feb 1964 at Fairbury.
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