Looking through my computer files (such a mess!), I found an old Word document I thought I’d share with you.
When my daughter was 10 she wanted to be a paperdoll centerfold for American Girl magazine. One of the requirements was to interview female living relatives about their childhoods. Her oldest female relative that we knew of (my daughter was adopted) was her great-grandmother, Lucille Edna Mulder (Zuidweg), who was born April 17, 1912. She passed away in 2000, just two years after my daughter interviewed her.
Here are the interview results.
Edna Mulder never wanted to be called Lucille, especially by her older sister, Dorothy, or her younger sister, Alvena. They were called Dot and Vena, so she wanted to be called Edna. Edna also had two younger brothers, Peter and Charles. Her parents owned a farm in Caledonia, Michigan. Her father came from a Dutch-American family and…
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