Forget Me Not


Non-Fiction - Genealogy
364 Pages
Reviewed on 06/05/2009
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Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite

We all have a family history, stories that would amaze us if we knew them.  Unfortunately, most of those stories are long forgotten.  Wouldn’t it be wonderful if someone took the time to record your family’s account?  Dana Brown has done just that.  She did not want the history of her family forgotten, so she has dedicated herself to publish this account so that it will always be remembered.

The Jared family’s roots are firmly planted in the soil of Breckenridge County, Kentucky.  While Letitia and Jared lived in Perry County, Indiana for a short time, they returned to what they called home.  Reader’s will share the anguish of Eliza’s suicide.  They will labor by family members on the farm, watch as love blossoms between Letitia and Lynch, and be present at the birth of their first child.

If you have roots or live in Perry County, Indiana or Breckenridge County, Kentucky you want to read this book.  Dana Brown has brought history to life.

Holly Coulter

This is an extraordinary book that keeps you wanting more and more! Well done!