Walls for the wind and a roof for the rain and drinks beside the fire ~
laughter to cheer you and those you love near you and all that your heart desires.

Saturday, February 26, 2011

There is another one that has the 'flower lady' on it. It is in the Goodhart Samplers book from Needleprint! Page 104/105. Thank-you for pointing it out Jaqueline!!

1 comment:

rebecca said...

Don't know if this will help but I have been watching the NBC series (I think NBC) called "Who are you". If not familiar with it, it has celebrates trace family origins. It is sponsored in some part by ancestory.com as they advertise heavily during the program. Anyway, it has been interesting to see how they have traced relatives in europe through church records and city information. European countries have done such a better and longer process of keeping records. I write this in hopes that if you are not familiar with it you will check it out on line and help give you some possible ideas. Maybe european stitching blogging friends could help somehow. The date makes me think europe since obviously the US hasn't been going strong with record keeping around the 1600 date on the sampler.
Just trying to help, I would love to see you be able to find out more. Good Luck and will be waiting to hear of your progress.