After years of headbanging . . . and a lot of headaches . . . a brick shifted. I came across the obituary of my great grandfather, Charles Henry Morse. Inside were the names of both of his parents. I had found her!
Agnes. Agnes. Agnes. Sometimes I just say it to myself when I need cheering up. (I try to do this when other people aren't around to report me to the authorities.)
Good luck to those looking for ways around, through, or above their genealogical brick walls. I hope you get to experience the joy of breaking through each one.
- Birth: Unknown in New York or Connecticut
- Marriage: Unknown
- Death: Unknown
Agnes ______ was born on _____, 18__ to [UNKNOWN] and [UNKNOWN] in New York or Connecticut. She married Albert Morse on _____, 18__ in [UNKNOWN].
- Parents: [UNKNOWN], [UNKNOWN]
- Spouse: Albert Morse
- Children: Charles Henry Morse
- Siblings: [UNKNOWN]