Wendy and Polly's parents
Roger Williams and Carolyn Elaine Boyd both b. 1924 were married on August
17, 1946. According to the society page of the Dayton Daily News, they lived in Oxford, Ohio, "where Roger will be entering
They have been lucky enough to obtain a room in a private house and for the past several months
have been combing the attics of their homes to find suitable furniture to take with them. Evidently they have the situation
well under control as their furniture includes among other things book shelves, a chest of drawers and shelves. On these items
they have painted oil quaint peasants and dainty flowers, which they copied from a book of designs by Peter Hunt. You can
count on their room being a bright and colorful place as the background for their artistic work they have painted various
pastel shades. For instance their dresser drawers are painted all different colors of the palest of paint. However they have
the greatest feeling of pride for their record cabinets, which originally were orange crates they acquired from the rear of
grocery stores. These they painted yellow and added a bit of Sweden to dress them up and match the rest of their belongings.
later worked at his father's firm, Lorenz and Williams. Wendy was born in 1950 Polly in 1954 and the family lived
on 754 E Schantz and Greenmount in Oakwood south of Dayton, Ohio.