John L. Stephens Ancestors and Descendants 1690-2006: Plus Family Recipes

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AuthorHouse, Jun 18, 2007 - Reference - 152 pages
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This book has been a heart warming journey as I have recalled various childhood experiences with many family members.  John L. Stephens and Clara Polley Stephens raised a respectful family of eleven children, eight daughters and three sons.  The ancestors and descendants of their children are recorded in the pages of this book.  I have attempted to record as accurately as possible the information give by family members.  Some information I was unable to obtain and therefore left blank. 


Favorite recipes of the families were submitted for the enjoyment of those who like to cook.  Recipes also include those like Snow Ice Cream, Home Made Hominy and Home Made Soap just for fun.   I encourage you to pick out some of the recipes and try them.


I hope this book inspires you to continue recording your own family history as your individual family grows and adds several more generations to the family.



Shirley Ann Baxter Winders

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Shirley Ann Baxter Winders grew up in Southern Indiana on a dairy farm owned by her parents, Donald L. and Opal L. Baxter, the oldest of three boys and three girls.  She graduated from Ellettsville High School in 1961 and worked as library assistance to Miss Lois Henze with the Monroe County Library Bookmobile for 5 years. An active member of the Ellettsville Assembly of God Church and youth group, she met her husband, Frederick O. Winders, Jr., whom she married August 1966.  The Winders have two sons living in Florida and one daughter living in Indiana, five grandchildren and two step grandchildren.  After 24 years, she recently retired from Tropicana Products and enjoys quilt making and other crafts.  Currently lives in Parrish, Florida with husband who has his own business.

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