Randy B. Shaw shared the book with his siblings and his posterity (daughter and granddaughter pictured here).
We Have a Winner!
Jaron Siebach - First grandchild to win a FREE copy!
Yes, the Real Jack Weyland!
Can you believe it? One of my favorite authors, reading my book this time!
The best part of this project has been meeting new cousins. Jim is a descendant of Eunice.
My Sweetheart, Robert L. Mitchell, reading the first proof!
First teenager to read the entire book! I’m told she read all night.
Kami Mae Mitchell
First granddaughter to earn her own copy!
Howard Egan Descendants
These boys descend from Mary Ann’s first son, Hyrum William Egan.
Red Hat Ladies
Aunt Ruthie hosted my first Book Review. Love these super fun ladies and felt honored to be their guest.
Sharon and Lynn Church
We served a mission with this dear couple and they came to our home to pick up a copy!
A true descendant of Alonzo, son of Titus and Mary Ann.
Liberty Jail Visitor's Center
I met this awesome guy at an all day training and he bought his mother a copy of the book for Mothers’ Day.
A big book for a little girl who is determined to read it.
Nancy B. Allen
Second great granddaughter of Titus and Mary Ann (Tuttle) Billings.
We donated a copy to the Land & Records Office in Nauvoo, but this sweet sister purchased her own copy.
Elder and Sister Toronto
Independence Missouri Mission
They bought a personal copy too.
Rosella & Ross Rieske
My sweet Aunt Rosella and dear Uncle Ross purchased a copy of “The Book.”
Robert K. Mitchell
Third great grandson of Titus Billings.
Fourth great grandson of Titus Billings.
The Stuart Harper Family
This couple read the book then started reading a chapter a day to their children.
Far West Country Store
Yes, you will find our book in this fun store!
Gabby Berry, Librarian
Nauvoo Public Library
She read the book the moment it reached Alaska!
Daryl V. Hoole
This amazing woman still writes a fantastic and informative column at age 80, yet she takes time to read my work.
Reading in Missouri.
Winter Quarters Missionaries
Sister Savage and companion accept book in honor of Grandpa Edward Tuttle, buried in Mormon Pioneer Cemetery.
Hancock Co. Historical Society
Officers: Keith Burns, president; Ned Casady, vice president; Susan Cheney, treasure.
Suzanne is a direct descendant of John Ely Warner and Eunice.
This remarkable collector of rare and precious documents purchased gift copies. What validation!
Brother Siebach references “Forever Stalwart” in Seminary class.
“Susan, outstanding job! It amazes me how the facts are interwoven with fiction. Enjoyed this WONDERFUL book.”
What? A niece and Cousin Itt? You never know who is reading at Halloween!!!
The artist who drew our Stalwart Stories boots logo!
A kind volunteer read the entire book to 90-year-old Mercedes Bjarnson.
This lady is a reader and was not intimdated at all by the size of our B-I-G book.
Huckleberry Finn takes the book everywhere he goes. Maybe it will keep him out of trouble for a while. (haha)
Pat and Shirley Ansley
They were interested in the book at a craft fair. I just happened to have copies in my trunk, of course.
Elder & Sister Hafen
This dear lady not only read the book, but she edited it too. How cool is that?
Sarah May Miller
A generous contributor to Catherine Tuttle's new grave site marker in the Salem Utah Cemetery.
A descendant of Titus and Mary Ann.