Grainola History
Marian Galbraith

Groton, CT

#1 Dec 27, 2007
Years ago I purchased a quilt made by the women of the Grainola Ladies Aid Society in 1929. Itís signed by many members of the group. Among the names are Myrtle Weaver, Nettie Stafford, Alma Johnston, Mrs, Ford, Mrs. White, Mrs. Casselman and many more.

The time has come for me to divest myself of many of my belongings. I was going to sell the quilt on eBay but thought that if I were a descendent of one of these women, I would want to own something made in part by my mother, grandmother, or great grandmother.

I donít know if any of these descendents still live in the Grainola Ė Foraker region or the broader surroundings, but I would like to find a way to post this item to see if there are descendents who might want to purchase it. Where is the best place to post an ad?

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