Cleveland Aerial Footage …

While I browsing the Internet, I came across a YouTube gallery for Morse Imagery.  I can’t really tell you much about the author as there is little information in the profile and no contact, information.  What I did find was some pretty nice drone photography of the Village of Cleveland. Below you will find an […]


Community Tree Updates

Marsden Family History In 2017, The Apple Manor Press reprinted Kenneth L. Marsden’s George Marsden: Revolutionary Patriot, His Family, Friends and Descendants.  This historical summary of the Marsden family, originally published in 1961 is a great source of genealogy information.  In addition to the Marsden family, family sketches of select members of the Beers, Crocken, […]


Where is the boy?

You would be hard pressed to frequent any restaurant or residence in America that doesn’t have some sort of coffee on the menu or in the cupboard.  Regarding coffee manufacturers, Chase and Sanborn has been one of the largest players in U.S. history.  Throughout the late 1880s and early 1900s, they released a series promotional […]


James and Ethel

James and Ethel by Keith Schmidt In 1910, 16 year old James Irish was an errand boy for a drug store on Dominic Street in Rome, New York, where he had lived since arriving from England with his family in 1904. In 1912 his mother, Bridget Ryan Irish died in Rome and in 1920 he […]