Maplewood History: Cora Clamorgan – Part Six

Just when you thought you had it all figured out.

My apologies, I could not find the end of this article but it doesn’t matter much. Read on.

Crazy, ain’t it?  But crazy as it seems, there is still more to come.  Stay tuned.

Doug Houser         June 21, 2020

3 thoughts on “Maplewood History: Cora Clamorgan – Part Six

  1. I am thoroughly enjoying this Saga!!! It makes me sad, and then it changes, and then it changes again. This is just what I need in this time of isolation. But the truth is so sad that this happened at all. I’m also reading the book The Clamorgans, One Family’s History of Race in America by Julie Winch. Thank you so much Doug.

    • You’re welcome, Nancy. I’m glad you’re enjoying the series. That is a great book about a fascinating family.

  2. The story just continues. I don’t doubt that if one child had died that another child might not be adopted. It does amaze me that there seems to be so much knowledge that can be tracked down nearly 18 years later. I cannot remember what I did last month…