Debra, I am very interested in where you got the name "rosary road". I live a few hunderd yards from where August Archambault died. The name of the road is Howdershell now. I am looking for more info on the area. When August lived there it was called "Stringtown" and when the Jesuits built the Holy Rosary Church for the Creole families in the area it was hoped that they would get a post office and call the area "Rosarytown". I think August bought the land in 1855 from Jacque and Therese Perras. My church is located dirrectly across Howdershell from the spot that his house was on and was part of his farm. I am in contact with a woman who grew up in a house that her dad built in the early 50s (I think) on the spot where his house was. Some of his sons farmed the area well into the 1900s. I am going to see Rosemary Davison of the Florissant Historical Society this week to see if she can find a picture of the house before it was torn down. I know some people that tell me they remember the vacanthouse and go by it every now and then. By the way, who is your Aunt who wrote the 4 articals?