As I was researching my Revolutionary War connections through her, I discovered that this line continues back to the Mayflower.This blog will trace this line back to the Mayflower and explore other auxiliary lines.

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Latest Blog Posts for Mary WInnie Dexter Logue's Mayflower Link

  • Final Post of the Year
    on Dec 31, 2011
    Christmas was wonderful this year with our three youngest grandchildren spending the night and opening their presents Christmas morning, just like they did when they were very small.  Of course the presents at this age are not what they used to...
  • Still Trying to Write that Family History
    on Dec 20, 2011
    In my continuing saga of writing the 'story of my life', I purchased Lois Daniel's How to Write Your Own Life Story.  While this is a very good book in its fourth edition, it is still challenging for someone with either a poor memory or huge par...
  • Thanksgiving Season and more
    on Nov 27, 2011
    Thanksgiving reminds me of my connections to the Mayflower, which I will repost here:James Chilton - Susanna FurnerMary Chilton - John WinslowSusanna Winslow - Robert LathamHannah Latham - Joseph WashburnEphraim Washburn - Mary Polen/PollardJaphet Wa...
  • Back Again, After a Short Break
    on Nov 15, 2011
    I think I've written before that the family moved 'across the valley' in about 1960,  but really we moved from above Crouch on the Middle Fork of the Payette River [below on the first map, where it is marked Logue Home - near the present-day Ter...
  • To Continue on with my Story
    on Oct 22, 2011
    Two of my brothers were over this last weekend and we talked about what it was like growing up in Garden Valley, especially up on the Middle Fork of the Payette River.  They recalled when our oldest brother, Tommy, took a gas motor that dad had...
  • Roger's Story
    on Oct 9, 2011
    My younger brother, Roger also added his recollections to my story - "I was named after a truck driver my mother knew and my middle name, Tuttle, was my grandmother's maiden name, on my mother's side.  I was born in Emmett Idaho on June xx, 19xx...
  • More Early School Years
    on Sep 29, 2011
    Although Garden Valley was a small community, I found it very unusual that I went to school with lots of Lindas - Linda Ho..., Linda Al..., Linda Ed...., Linda La....,  Linda Wa..., Linda Mo..., and Linda Do... (last names hidden because all of...
  • Back to My Memories
    on Sep 25, 2011
    The only time I remember my father spanking me was when I was five or six and I had gone with a young mother (who was probably 18 or 19 years old) to her folks' place up Alter Creek.  My mom and dad had said I couldn't go with her, but I went an...
  • I Regress Momentarily
    on Sep 17, 2011
    I thought I probably should do a timeline of my family's short history prior to my memories.  I had worked on this with my sister a few years ago and I think it is pretty accurate (my sister, Christina, was ten years older than me - the second s...
  • Memoirs Part 4
    on Sep 13, 2011
    1954, the year I started first grade, was a difficult time for my mother.  In April of that year her mother (Christina Ellen Tuttle Crawford) passed away while she was 8 months into her 9th pregnancy.  She was 40 years old and gave birth to...
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