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Back Issues of the Newsletter

Volume III

Listed below are the features and highlights of each issue. Not listed are President's Messages, New Members, Current Stidham* News, Calendar of Events, etc. which are in all issues.

Issue 61, Winter/Spring 2014

The 300th Anniversary of St. George’s Episcopal (Old Swedes) Church
Secret of Success at 77? Don’t Retire, by Jack Blue
St. George’s gets its day in the sun...but it rained, by Aleasa Hogate (AM-518)
Colonists’ Day, 2014, by Aleasa Hogate (AM-518)
Stitching the state together, by Dave Kurtz
The Letter that Launched the TSS

Issue 62, Summer/Fall 2014
In Quest of Samuel Stidham’s natural mother, would DNA testing hold the key?
Could Suzanna [106] Stedham Be the Natural Mother of Samuel [166] Stidham? by Richard L. Steadham
The Science Fiction of Genetic Genealogy, by Blaine Bettinger, PhD (Biochemistry), JD
Family History & DNA: Genetic Genealogy 2014, by Richard L. Steadham
Family Finder Analysis, by Richard L. Steadham
Ambassador Lyrvall Opens New Sweden Centre Exhibit, by Christina W. Lassen
Delaware Backstory: Old Monument’s new placement challenging, by Robin Brown

Issue 63, Winter/Spring 2015
Searching for Lt. Roy Steadham, by Wiley Griffin
John Benedict “JB” [5045] Steadham Celebrates HIs 100th Birthday!
Get Ready for the 12th National Stidham* Family Reunion in San Diego, California!
Numbering the 12th Generation, Part I

Issue 64, Summer/Fall 2015
Our 12th National Stidham* Family Reunion, San Diego, California, by Richard L. Steadham
How We Were All Related
Grand Opening of the New Copeland Maritime Center at the Kalmar Nyckel Shipyard, Story and Photographs by Aleasa Hogate (AM0518)
Numbering the 12th Generation, Part II

Issue 65, Winter/Spring 2016
15th Annual New Sweden Conference: Power & Politics in New Sweden, 1638-1655, Conference Report by Christina W,. Lassen (AM-602)
Snapshot from the Stidham* Family Photo Album: The Edmond Uriah [1260] Stidham family of Richmond, IN, 1931
Women of Distinction Magazine Selects Effie Stidham as a Distinguished Professional in Her Field
Passing the Torch, by Aleasa Hogate (AM-518)
Johan Björnsson Printz (1592-1663): Tyrant or Tactician, by Dr. Kim-Eric Williams, University of Pennsylvania, Swedish Colonial Society

Issue 66, Summer/Fall 2016
Fort Christina National Historic Landmark Reopens
Kyle Stidom Reaches 1,500 Points in Upset Win Over No. 22 Grace, by Seth Markel
Wayne Stidham’s 100th Celebration, by Thomas Stidham
Five small towns still reflecting their Swedish heritage
Solving a mystery from the past, by Kaitlin Dunn
Flowers & Monsters, by Christina W. Lassen (AM-602)

Issue 67, Winter/Spring 2017
Looking ahead to our next Stidham* family reunion in Wilmington, Delaware and Philadelphia, PA
Remembering Kenneth Earl [2476] Steadham (DCM-5)
Stidham: Remembering a veteran, by Margaret Stidham
16th Annual New Sweden Conference: The Delaware River, a Colonial Highway, Conference Report by Christina W. Lassen (AM-602)
The 13th National Stidham* Family Reunion, June 23-25, 2017, Wilmington, Delaware

Issue 68, Summer/Fall 2017
The 13th National Stidham* Family Reunion Recap
Our engraved brick at the Copeland Maritime Center at the Kalmar Nyckel Shipyard
DNA finding in the Stalcop family, by Larry S. Stallcup
Three Remarkable SEC Stidhams*, by Richard L. Steadham
Property once owned by Adam Stedham listed on the Delaware market for $2.85 million
13th National Stidham* Family Reunion, June 23-25, 2017

Issue 69, Winter/Spring 2018
Our Other New Sweden Forefathers, by Richard L. Steadham
New Sweden Forefathers, Part I: Johan Andersson Stålcop, by Larry S. Stallcup
Who Wore What When, Report and photos by Marnie King
Rediscovering the York County, Pa., home of Christopher [33] Stedham, by Richard L. Steadham, Photography by Herb Nix

Issue 70, Summer/Fall 2018
Our Other New Sweden Forefathers, Part II: Olof Persson Stille and His Family, by Dr. Peter S. Craig
Eva Stidham’s 100th Celebration, by Carrie E. Rebenack, Granddaughter
Festival at the Fort, Report and photos by Marnie King
Deception: The Loss of New Sweden by Governor Risingh, Part I, by Larry S. Stallcup (AM-616)

Issue 71, Winter/Spring 2019
Our Other New Sweden Forefathers, Part III: Charles Springer and His Family, by Dr. Peter S. Craig
Contributors to the Timen Stiddem Society’s Engraved Brick at the Copeland Maritime Center at the Kalmar Nyckel Shipyard
Preview of the 14th National Stidham* Family Reunion, Lexington, Kentucky, June 21-23, 2019“Horse Capital of the World”
Deception: The Loss of New Sweden by Governor Risingh, Part II, by Larry S. Stallcup (AM-616)

Issue 72, Summer/Fall 2019
Our Other New Sweden Forefathers, Part IV: Olof Thorsson of Swanwick and his Tussey Descendants, by Dr. Peter S. Craig
Emily Kay Stidham, Illinois State Scholar Extraordinair
Swedish Farmstead Cabin Dedicated
Recap of Our Reunion at the “Horse Capital of the World”
Deception: The Loss of New Sweden by Governor Risingh, Part III, by Larry S. Stallcup (AM-616)