I haven't given up my search, I've just been bouncing around looking at various branches of the family tree. I have a vague plan in the back of my mind of where I want to go but haven't been able to commit myself to concentrate on any one particular branch. I think my research of my grand uncle, Rollin Farquhar Webber, exhausted me to some degree because I was able to uncover so much information about him on line and with our trip to Allentown, Pa. Quite frankly, I hated to give up on him but there comes a time when a genealogy researcher has to let go and just move on. I started to do that but, in a moment of weakness a few weeks ago, I just touched back on his info page on Ancestry.com, hoping to find some of the hint leaves fluttering to alert me to new hints. Nothing doing. But I looked at my notes too and saw where I had written down that the Allentown librarian had suggested contacting Pennsylvania Vital Records department for death info. I pulled up their website and gave in to the temptation to order a copy of Rollin's death certificate. Cost $19 to order it but it seemed like a good idea at the time so I went for it. Received a certified copy the other day and it's now an official part of my files on Uncle Rollin. In and of itself I see no need to post it here so have elected not to do so. But I hate to post without putting some sort of evidence of genealogy history so here's an obituary of the man who was Rollin's first father in law.