Tag: Costello family

Life on the Farm Part III Guest Blogger–Jack Costello

This is the last in a three part series written by Norman’s Uncle Jack about life on the Costello farm around 1920.  The first two parts can be found here and here. Again, the words are Uncle Jack’s, I have

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Life on the Farm— Guest Blogger — Jack Costello

I am pleased to share with you a piece written by Norman’s Uncle Jack about life on a wheat farm in Eastern Washington in the early part of the twentieth century.  This was written for a family reunion in 1992. 

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Pat and I Are Not Related–Yet

The first half of this post is Pat’s, the second half is Judy’s The Salt name is not an easy one to research, as you might imagine.  Salt Lake City always comes up when you search.  As does salt lick,

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Family Farm

I was absent from the blog for the month of August because I was traveling in the Pacific Northwest.   The best part of my travels was attending the Costello family reunion in Spokane.   This is my husband’s family.  There was

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They Said It Would Never Last

They said it would never last.  They really did say that forty years ago when Norman and I were married and they had good reason.  We are very different people, different interests, different religions, and raised in very different circumstances

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