I've not given up on finding Molly Wright, the wife of Amariah Holbrook. However, my head is hurting from pounding this brick wall so many times, and I finally decided the records I need just aren't available to me. So, I've spent what to me are big, big bucks to ask the fine folks at NEHGS to find Molly's parents for me. I just sent the order in last night, and it will be 8-12 long weeks before I can expect to hear something from them.
If they can find her, I will be happy genealogy dancing all year long. If they can't, I will feel terrible for wasting the money, but at least I'll know that Molly really doesn't want to be found, even though she still haunts my dreams.
A lot of genealogy bloggers are posting their goals for the year. Mine is pretty simple: Keep researching and keep posting about my children's ancestors. Doing another 100 posts this year sounds pretty daunting, but I'll do my best. I can't wait to see what this year has in store for me genealogy wise, especially about Molly Wright!