Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Home and Family

Hello Dear Reader,

I thought you might like to see a photograph of the little house that the CarteGrandpa's Houser family lived in at 950 West 500 North, Provo, Utah. Ed and Annie and their children moved to this house in 1918. They were still living here when, on September 5, 1922, Annie B. Carter gave birth to her ninth child, Ruth Angela. Grandpa (Wes) Carter said, “What a joy for a little boy to have a baby sister.” He was nearly five years old when she was born. He referred to her as “a special little doll” and felt she was very well named (the family called her Angie) because of her angelic features and sweetness.

Wes loved all of his brothers and sisters and said each one was a great influence in his life. He appreciated them for their kindness and help as he was growing up. They were all very special to him. Families can be a great blessing.


Aunt Genni

1 comment:

Jill said...

This is great. I love being able to see a picture of the house. I've never seen it before. I also love hearing about Grandpa and his family.