Monthly Archives: January 2018


Someone said it was National Pie Day and asked about your favorite pie growing up.  That got me thinking about Mom and my Aunt Nora.  Both were great cooks and bakers.  But my favorite pie is Exquisite Pie.   When we … Continue reading

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Performing in Europe & U.S.

We have Bobby Wilderman’s passport from 1937.  He traveled to Europe that year and for several more years prior to our entry into World War II.   His dancing partner was Patsy.  Here in the U.S. he performed at the Apollo … Continue reading

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Dancing School

Bobby Wilderman started dancing school as a youngster.   I don’t know if his sister took dancing lessons and he was hooked as a result of watching her but he pursued dancing for many years.  We found two newspaper clippings in … Continue reading

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Robert J Wilderman – photo album

We found the box of photos and included was Bobby Wilderman’s school photo.  He was  nine at the time.  He attended Our Lady Queen of Martyrs catholic school in Queens, New York.    He is standing in the back row on … Continue reading

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Making a Cake in 2018

Where did 2017 go?   Everyday last year was jammed pack. I worked on WikiTree; networked on family history; helped others with genealogy; took care of family matters; enjoyed grandchildren; visited historical landmarks; read three or four books; and gardened (sort … Continue reading

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