Sheila Rancher and Tom Rancher

Sheila Rancher (61) interviews her father, Tom Rancher (94), about what he remembers of his early life, the years he spent in the service during World War II, and the memories he has of his wife, Volene.

Diane Whitmore and Jennifer Gorospe

Diane Whitmore (57) is interviewed by her friend, Jennifer Gorospe (51), about her recent discovery of being mixed race after finding out her great grandfather had been an enslaved person of African descent.

Jamie Citerin and Laura McInturf

Jamie Citerin talks with her mother (64) about her life from growing up in Elkhart Indiana to family history, to being a young mother in the 1970's, from her faith to historical events that she has witnessed/experienced.

Martha Bray and Ruth Beers

Sisters Martha Bray (64) and Ruth Beers (77) recall their childhood with two parents who were very politically active and the impact that had on their upbringing.

Leon Casteel and Mia Raquel

Leon Casteel (19) shares stories about his family and remembers his grandmother, Twila May Fry, with his new friend Mia Raquel (24).

Tom Lowe, Mary Lowe, and Roger Lowe

Tom Lowe (57) talks with his parents Mary Lowe (79) and Roger Lowe [no age given] about his decades long pursuit of finding out what happened to his great-uncle Leonard, who disappeared before Tom was born.

Family History

A discussion with my father about our family history and some important figures in our family