The story of Nathaniel McHorney's 1901 trip to Ecuador.

January 3rd, 1901

The pages for January 1st and 2nd are missing.

The page for Thursday, January 3rd says:

Mrs Teresa Cross, 39 Madison Avenue, Jersey City, N.J.
Reception in my honor

 

January 3rd, 1901

I have some questions:

  • Who was Teresa Cross?
  • Does anyone know where the McHorney’s lived? I found Nat in the 1880 census (when he was living with his parents), the 1890 census no longer exists, and I haven’t found him in the 1900 census (taken around June 1st, 1900). I’m wondering how far away that address is from their house.
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Comments on: "January 3rd, 1901" (2)

  1. We love diaries. Thanks, for sharing yours! 😉
    Welcome to the Geneabloggers family. Hope you find the association fruitful; I sure do. I have found it most stimulating, especially some of the Daily Themes.

    May you keep sharing your ancestor stories!

    Dr. Bill 😉
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    Author of “13 Ways to Tell Your Ancestor Stories” and family sagas
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  2. Incredible Job, Marshall. You already know more about this diary and the things included than any of us. That could be a school or “Nurse” Sharks he saw. Keep it up and eventually you’ll get to parts that mom alluded to (I think.)
    Dit

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