Dear Judy. I'll try to phone you in the next week so I can send you the information I have.Yes, Delmar Lowell's book was the source of history I have put together on Abram Bradbury Lowell's prior family.Copies of pertinent chapters were sent to me by a Lowell descendent I met on the internet.Then, my brother sent me a photocopy copy of the original book which enabled me to study the information but the pictures were poor.For the history I am writing, I would love to get a good computer scanned copy of the photos of Abram Bradbury and of his brother, Reuben. By the way, I believe Delmar was Reuben's son which brings the history close to home. Do you read it the same way?An Emory Lowell descendent sent me a good glossy photo of Abram Bradbury Lowell.However, he is much older in this picture than in the book picture. You really should contact Gerald Fulton in Black Earth, Wisconsin.He is actually descended from Juvantia Kinyon and has done extensive research on the Kinyon family and organized a family reunion of that family a couple of years ago. He is also very interested in Angevine Lowell and gave me a copy of a large photo which showed Angevine, Juvantia and their children in the same picture as a lot of Kinyons.You may have the same photo but if you don't, you will want to get a copy. My great-grandfather, Lorenzo Dow Lowell, married Sarah Miller from Clinton.When I send you her history, I would appreciate it if you could check on the obituary of her mother, Hannah Miller.I have a newspaper article written about her when she was a few months short of 100 years old(around 1913) and I wonder if she reached and passed that milestone.The article is fascinating. My grandfather, Lorenzo Darius Lowell, was a very successful lawyer in Crystal Lake.He died in 1938 when I was six years old so I remember him some.My father was Gordon Lorenzo Lowell so we both had fathers by the name of Gordon.My dad died in 1968 at the age of 68.I wonder what he knew about his Lowell cousins.Dad had a sister, Beatrice, who was born in 1894. She wrote me letters with a lot of family history which I have been able to put into the history I am writing. When my twin brother, Bob, and I were growing up, we were aware that our family had come from Sharon.However, we were never taken there.Three years ago, my wife and I had the occasion to be in Crystal Lake for a few days so we drove to Sharon for the first time.When we visited the cemetery, we found something like 23 graves of Lowells and close relatives- including those of Lorenzo Dow Lowell and Sarah Miller Lowell. It was after that when I met Gerald Fulton over the phone through the Sharon Library where he was also doing Lowell research. My brother and I both did, our undergraduate studies at the University of Wisconsin in Madison and graduated in 1954. I think how often we drove Route 14 and came so close to Sharon without ever discussing it or going to see it. Well, I am looking forward to talking with you and sending you the history that I havewritten so far.I am also very interested in your research.