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  • Hi Cadia, It was great meeting you and enjoying all the music at the Waimanalo Kanikapila and the Outrigger Reef. I'm glad you had a good time and got to do the things you wanted to do. Good luck with Cyril P. and the sheet music. Aloha, Donna Wendt [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    donwen@aol.com Sep 1, 2010
  • Hi Cadia, Thanks for the information, and also for the past info on Abijah Benson a while back. I noticed you didn't have the 1850 census for Joseph W. Blanding and family on the web site. You probably have it, but just in case here it is: 1850 Census Wisconsin > Grant > District 24 Census taken on 20 Aug 1850 for 1 June 1850 Joseph W. Blanding 30 b. PA farmer Real Estate Value...
    donwen@aol.com Dec 3, 2008
  • Hi Michael, I live in Honolulu also and would love to see the DB pottery with the others! I'm available most of the time. I hope I clicked onto the correct reply link. Aloha, Donna Wendt [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    donwen@aol.com Feb 2, 2007
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  • Hi Keith, Very interesting about James Blanding. Thanks for sharing it. Donna Wendt [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    donwen@aol.com Jan 19, 2007
  • Hi tj, This is what I've been able to come up with on DB's uncle, James C. Blanding. Apparently he was married twice. The second time to a Swedish girl 25 years his junior, and she outlived him and worked as a cook at Yellowstone in 1930, a widow. You can draw your own conclusions from the data below. Aloha, Donna Wendt American Civil War Soldiers: Name: James C Blanding, Residence...
    donwen@aol.com May 26, 2006
  • For reserachers information, especially Keith, there is a research website available for free through May 31, 2006. Put "Don Blanding" in the search box and get 16 sites of Don Blanding references or collections. It's called ArchiveGrid at http://archivegrid.org/web/jsp/index.jsp Aloha, Donna Wendt [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    donwen@aol.com Mar 19, 2006
  • Congratulations Keith. Best wishes for the new arrival: Willow Skyla Emmons. Aloha, Donna Wendt [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    donwen@aol.com Sep 19, 2005
  • Hi TJ, I think that Wal Mart parking lots are available for overnighters also. Good Luck! Donna Wendt, lately of the Vagabond Van In a message dated 7/28/2005 7:05:11 AM Hawaiian Standard Time, aloha-donblanding@^$1 writes: Life is good, money is getting shorter and shorter (we're staying in truck stops and Crackerbarrel restaurants when we can because it is free.) [Non-text...
    donwen@aol.com Jul 28, 2005
  • Hi Cadia, I looked further in the census - and am sure I was mistaken now about Erastus Kimble boarding with the Kasek family in 1880 in Wahpeton, Dakota Territory. That was wrong. In the 1820 census (below), it may be the elder Erastus, James L.'s father and Ida's grandfather. In the 1850 census (below) it looks like elder Erastus is living with his daughters, Sarah, Elizabeth and...
    donwen@aol.com Jun 8, 2005
  • Here's another connection of the Kimbles in the same town as the Blandings in 1880... It looks like Ida Kimble Bacon's brother, Erastus, (if this is the right Erastus) was also living in Wahpeton, Richland Co., Dakota Territory according to the 1880 census, living with the Kasek family: Name spouse or parents names residence 1880 est birthdate / place relationship to head of...
    donwen@aol.com Jun 6, 2005