Welcome to the M M Main family home page
The first six grandchildren posed
before the Easter 2012 Egg Hunt.
2011 included my 50th reunion at DePauw and
Sandee buying herself a 70th b-day present.
Spring 2010 brought
a convertible after doing without one for
our 2009 trip to Montana, but
found Dave Reed.
Tess Georgia Main
arrived early in 2009 and
grandchild number six.
An invasion of racoons in 2007
caused us to reside the house in 2008.
Our summer 2007
trip to Montana was longer
and more special than ususal.
started with a construction project
that met a multitude of needs.
Sara Merrill Main was an early Christmas present to joyously end
Grace's arrival delayed, but did not
preclude, the 2006 trip to Montana.
July 2006 Grace
Nicole Valenzia arrived to our and her
home was longer & special.
January 2005 brought Nora Eve Main
and the renovation project at 751.
October 2003 Mark & Adrienne moved their family to Park Ridge.
Sandee was able to get
back to Montana
and saw family and friends in July
Adrienne presented Mark with a son, on her birthday.....so we have a grandson!
July 20, 2002 all our lives changed dramatically as Sandee suffered a STROKE.
Shelly & John Valenzia were married May
Reed was our first grandchild. July 2001 her
parents made a
and introduced her to some of her Quickenden relatives.
The tail end of 1998, the make up of our family
We were pleased to announce an engagement
The kids chose to celebrate their winter wedding with a great summer party.
Florida is now just a part of our
past. Montana might have been the future.
A prior annual pilgrimage there is recorded at Montana 2001 .
Browsing the web revealed some
and created a new interest.
October 2000 we were able to take a trip east to see Stonington and North
Pharsalia 1810 Census segment
Sr Main fgs
Christopher Jr Main fgs
Wm J Main fgs
Connecticut. We also got to see Pharsalia,
NY and Tompkins County west of there.
Genealogy trips and or DNA testing
hopefully will answer my MAIN ancestry questions.
has more on my Main ancestors.
As to the future of my particular MAIN family line, it's apparently all
up to this guy.
We still have a Macintosh history,
and speaking of Macintosh computers,
Mike Royko wrote of his experience.
Initially published 11/2/95 on a PowerBook 180c. Last update 4/15/12
2009 13" Macbook Pro from Apple. email comments to email@example.com