The Pennsylvania Colony of Nebraska
The Heim Cemetery in Dawson, Nebraska
Stories from the Penn Colony
Sippleys Came to Dawson in ‘79
Pioneers’ Standards are Kept
We Don’t Do This Much Anymore
Christmas in old Blooming Grove
Where is the little boy sipping from the sweet spring?
The Sweet Spring Still Flows
Further History of the Penn Colony of Nebraska
Mary Louisa Heim & Clarence William Stratton
Mary Louisa (Heim) and Clarence W. Stratton’s first 3 children: L-R, (Marian) True, John E. and Isaiah J. Stratton. Circa 1901.
1934, Unknown Group, except front far right is Mary Louisa (Heim) Stratton.
Elsie Philpot, 1895, age 6 months. Marian Ulmer Leatherman’s Mother-in-Law (Wayne’s Mother)
True (Stratton) Ulmer, December 1947
Charlotte Stratton, wife of William Stratton. True Stratton Ulmer’s Great Grandmother
Mary Louisa Heim Stratton, 1891. Graduation from High School. Note, baskets of flowers instead of gifts.
Clarence and Mary (Heim) Stratton. September 20, 1894. Wedding photo.
Wedding of Walter Stratton and Mary Carsh. (Walter is Clarence’s older brother)
Walter E. Stratton, Older brother of Clarence W. Stratton
(Marian) True Stratton, High School Graduation, circa 1913
True Stratton. Note at bottom of photo: “With my love, M. True Stratton, May-15, circa 1915
Four Generations, circa 1917. Child, Evelyn Ulmer, Mother (Marian) True (Stratton) Ulmer, Grandfather Clarence W. Stratton, and Great-Grandmother, Cynthia Stratton.
Reuben Ulmer Family, 1938, with Stratton’s: Back – True, Nadine, Marian, Evelyn, Mary Stratton, CW Stratton. Front – Reuben, Sylvia, Lorraine, and Ernest.