I was born with considerable memory. I thought everybody did. Anselm Rothschild, a friend, composed a song. "Remember to Remember." I try. Interestingly, it is key to having so many things come together.. The pieces and the people fit. As a family historian, I have found repeated instances wherein an absurd connection is repeated. I go back at least one generation to see if my ancestor is named. I also check to see if they lived within five miles of each other. really watch anything closer. Otherwise, they need an introducer, probably a relative. An amazing aspect of being a single person is that you meet so many people one on one, who are single or couples, whom you would never meet as a couple The stories of Grace and Ralph Smith will be told fully in a new edition. The story of Michael Parmentier Is an incredibly story in American History, It needs to be told truthfully and fully. My writings about him and his property and relatives have yielded extreme venom from nincompoops.
This photo is of my childhood home in Clarendon Hills. All my major interests were put in place before I was seven.
This set will be about the impact on the houses I have loved or connect to my history
I loved my time as a real estate broker. I specialized in property on the Hudson and Period Houses. I sold the castle as it was called twice. I sold a wonderful waterfront property across from that of Michael Parmentier. It all comes together.