No die needed for this one but you will need your names from the other posts I kept it simple because I was driving myself nuts keeping up with when everyone was born/died/married etc... Have fun!
It’s been a hard few years – not just for you but for the rest of the world as well. The War is still going strong with the occasional good news mixing in with all the reports of death and loss. You hate feeling so powerless – no matter how much time you spend volunteering at the Red Cross or how many rallies and speeches you participate in the fact of the matter is that the boys are still out there fighting. Or not fighting anymore in the case of some. Yes, the War has hit home for you as several close friends have lost sons, husbands and fathers. Why, your childhood friend, DW, has lost her youngest son and one of her sons-in-law. And if that’s not enough, DS3’s wife passed away directly after childbirth, leaving a precious baby boy named after his father and a very confused five-year-old behind.
But, their family is strong and they have lots of friends to help them through these hard times – including you.
DD2 moved with her children to DD1’s great big house, which is a great help to both of them, especially considering both of their oldest are nearly as efficient as any grown woman would be. It has also given DD2 time to figure out what to do now that she is widowed.
(DS1’s wife) moved herself and her children out of the city to DS2 & (DS2’s wife) home. The women have quite a lot to do – running the store, wrangling nine children and keeping up (DS2’s wife)’s farm.
Both DD3 & DD4 have moved back home to help aging DW & DH with DS3’s orphaned children. Their four children help keep little (DS3’s daughter) occupied.
The LN Family
DH & DW (1850 & 1864)
DD: Same initials DD3 (1914)
DS: First Middle (his mother's maiden name) (1916)
DD: (1903 -1904)
DS: named after DS3 (1917)
Next stop - 1919!