Then this past Fall, six months after I posted, it became my most read post, and this activity continued week after week. I was baffled. I searched to see if the related posts on Margel B. Wells were also being read, but it did not appear that they were. Very interesting . . . then my stats showed that the majority of page views were coming from France. That was really interesting. This continued for over six weeks when suddenly, I found the following comment on the post, "I am Marcia Ann Fennell, Margel's daughter. How do I contact you? Now, this made sense. Margel B. Well's family must haved found my post and probably told other family members about it. Unfortunately, the comment was anonymous, and she left no email address for me to answer her. I had no way of contacting her. I did the only thing I knew to do and answered the comment on my blog listing my email address hoping she would come back to it . . . but she has not.
The activity on this post continued for a few more weeks, but I never heard from Marcia Fennell. I would love to make contact with her and share the other information I have about her mother. Maybe she even has photos of my grandmother that were left in her mother's belongings. The activity on that post has dwindled to previous miniscule levels. So this is my plea to find her.
Helloooooooo . . . Marcia Fennell. My email is listed in the column to the right.