The Case of the Lost and Found Grandma

If she had been murdered or kidnapped, something would have been mentioned in the local newspaper. Heck, at the time, newspapers printed everyone’s business: who’s visiting whom, who’s been hospitalized, and who’s up to no good. However, when it came to Alice (Manley) Cole, the newspapers were strangely silent. Maybe family lore was correct. However, since someone rarely disappears without a trace, I asked myself once again, “What happened to Alice?”

KTC has the most colorful and unique family tree, and her family tale about The Case of the Lost and Found Grandma is no exception. Enjoy.

3 thoughts on “The Case of the Lost and Found Grandma

  1. Hi Ann Marie. I think there is something wrong with KTC’s story link above. It didn’t go anywhere. It tried her blog link and it worked, but I couldn’t find her story – which could be the problem I guess. Anyway, you might want to check for a typo breaking the URL.

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    1. Thanks I will. I have been having trouble with my wifi. It takes forever to upload anything. I wasn’t aware KTC’s post had not uploaded; of course it shows on my end…lol…but I have not been able to upload anything since then. I have wanted to try at work, but I haven’t really had any breaks. I wanted to upload more of her tales and yours too. I even squeezed in a few lines, but no luck with the internet.

      On another note, I talked to my principal about my my classes for next year. It is going to be so much fun.

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      1. Hi Ann Marie.
        The word from your principal sounds great. You’ve earned a bit of new fun.

        Sorry to hear about your wifi issues. This is never good news to a blogger and really crummy news for a good blogger.

        Wish there was a way to help.

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