So funny, in my last post my pictures were showing up sideways, and now this one is upside down. Once again, I have no idea how to fix this!!!! Come on, blogger, its looks just fine on my computer. Anyway, this is a church in Williamsburg that was attended by George Washington, Jefferson Davis, Benjamin Franklin, and many others in our history. I was excited to see a plaque in the church honoring William Archer Rutherfoord Goodwin, Jr. who was a benefactor in saving the church back in the 1930-40's. He was killed in action of WWII. My maiden name is Rutherford and my husband is a genealogist, so he is going to see if this is one of my ancestors. That is not a typo in the name, it really had two "o's" in the spelling. There was also a pew in the church for Thomas Ballard, a vestryman in 1674-1683. Mr. Ballard is one of my husband's ancestors.
I did get a little sewing done
|Finished the binding on this baby quilt.|
|Finished some 9-patches in my Rainbow Scrap Challenge|
As always, thanks for stopping by !