About the Author:
A native of Springfield, Illinois, I am a veteran genealogist with over 30 years experience in deciphering the past. My longtime passion for genealogy, history, and true crime was the driving force behind my investigation of the Emma Bond case. I also maintain the rootsweb.com page for the Sabin Family of North America, a database which contains over 46,000 names of the descendants of William Sabin of Rehoboth, MA.
I attended the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana as an art major. My husband Dave and I have lived in central and northern Illinois, southern California, the Bay area, the Atlanta area, and have recently retired to the small town of Ellijay in the north Georgia mountains. We have four grown children and ten grandchildren, including two sets of twins born six weeks apart. Besides being the genealogist and archivist for my extended family, I enjoy various creative pursuits, especially nature/outdoor photography. I also like to spend time with our two rescued border collies, Cooky and Maizie. We (the dogs and I) are currently taking classes in canine scent work.
I welcome your feedback on my book, Nameless Indignities, and any of its related subjects. I am always happy to hear from fellow genealogists, especially if you think we might share some mutual ancestors. Some of the surnames in my family tree are Bond, Housley, Dobbins, Allen, Sabin(e), Robinson, Putney, Lakin, Neece, Ellis, Carnes, Sickels, Rude, Banks, Harkins, Hart, Fader(er), Traub . . . just to name a few. I like to think of the missing pages in my family history as my own personal mystery, waiting to be solved. Such was definitely the case with the Emma Bond story! Maybe you have a similar mystery in your own family tree?
Publicity/Media Kit for Nameless Indignities/Susan Elmore
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