I was going to stop at my immigrant ancestors but I had so much info on this family other than just names and dates I decided to continue. I loved the glittering surface of the "family" embellishment enough that I used some glitter on the punched piece. I thought to myself, "What does glitter have to do with someone born in 1719/20?" So I did a little research on glitter and I found out its been around for a long time according to Wikipedia! "As early as 30,000 years ago, flake mica was used to give caves paintings a glittering appearance. Primitive humans are believed to have used cosmetics,which may have included powdered hematite, a sparkling mineral.Over 6,000 years ago, the ancient Egyptians produced glittering cosmetics from the iridescent shells of beetles as well as finely ground green malachite crystal. Prior to modern plastics, particles of glass were used to create glittering surfaces, and glass glitter is still produced commercially." Interesting, eh?