A Farmstead in Morgan County, IN has stood as a sentinel on the South West corner of Mooresville since 1859 when William Monroe Macy (WMM), 1820-1911, built the home. It stands in 2010 as the residence of Donovan and Joyce Robinson. WMM was prosperous by local community standards of the period, however, that did not afford him much leisure. He managed many diverse businesses which kept him and his...
Paperback: 436 pages
Publisher: AuthorHouse (February 23, 2010)
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 1 x 11 inches
Amazon Rank: 5015114
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A thorough saga of an American family from the Mayflower passengers to the the turn of th 19th century. The core is the daily diary of 14 year old Alva Macy as he observed his dad and neighbors surviving and building their community. This migrating M...
ily hard at work every season of the year. This book focuses primarily on the "personal journal" Alva Perry Macy wrote during 1872 while living on this Farmstead. The activities he records are through the eyes of a 14 year old who seems fascinated with the industry around him. The farm life of the 1870's would not be considered "the good old days" by most young adults of today. His focus on local people and their names will hopefully provide today's history buffs a chance to put a bit of life on the stark printed pages of genealogy records. To put the "journal" in perspective, the family history has been explored to properly position the Mooresville Macys of 1872. The Robinsons gathered many facts about the Macys in libraries and from surviving descendants. Many stories have been told numerous times by other authors. The Robinsons have compiled what they believe to be an accurate account of the Macy Farmstead . . . . and offer it to the interest of others. Alva is a ninth generation derivative of Mayflower passengers (John Howland and Elizabeth Tilley) of 1620. His ancestors also include the early Nantucket settlers (Thomas Macy) who challenged the raw wilderness of the 1600's. The Macys were somehow driven for 300 years to continue in that vein as they moved inland and westward "from the Atlantic to the Pacific"