Isaac and Sarah's oldest son Henry Shulenbarger was my great great grandfather. His youngest daughter, Pearl, was my beloved great grandmother whom I knew and cherished. I know so little about grandma's side of the family. Some of what I see posted here is in total agreement with what I do know, and some of it I had no clue regarding. I do know that Missouri was a well known and highly regarded midwife. She had a little black mare named Kate. Wearing her old riding skirt and riding Kate she was often seen. Henry used to deliver fresh beef delivery business, selling beef from farm to farm. He did this with a team and wagon. He had a large screen box in the back of his wagon and scales to weigh the meat. In warm weather, he had heavy wet canvas to cover the screen box and keep the meat as cool as possible. Only enough for one day was taken at a time. During haying and threshing etc, the housewives were glad for the chance to get fresh meat as everyone had to board (feed) their hired help at this time. I am sure there are many more delightful anecdotes to be shared,and I would be eager to learn more about these wonderful ancestors. I would be happy to reply to any personal e-mail regarding this.