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This is not really genealogy, but we’ll see how much interest there is for this!  These are true stories from Sherbondy descendants about themselves or relatives that involve miracles, premonitions or give others hope and inspiration!   If you have some true stories to submit for this page, please send them, along with a photo that is somehow related (the subject of the story, the story teller, the place, etc).

Miracles, Premonitions

 & Inspirations (Page 2)

A third experience from Barbara Crotts (Clan B): 

Another time I was visiting my friend, Sue, who was married to an East Indian.  At that time, there were several Indian woman visiting also.  At one point Sue went out of the room and a couple of the women were commenting on how fat Sue was which disturbed me greatly; to her face they behaved quite differently.  I wished I had a comment, but did not.  Later, Sue's husband returned. We all had a drink and I felt very relaxed.  Then we went out for a drive -- the women, Sue and her husband and I.  The women were talking.  Then again, like above, I became overcome with a strange "fatigue", I thought I must be social and enter in the conversation, although I was feeling it a stretch to understand them.  So I said. "when my friends were in Florida they also didn't like the bugs and the heat."  There was a long pause and then they turned and said that they were talking in the Marathi language.  I felt somehow this made up for my previous silence.                                                                           [2775A]

Alice Sherbondy had been in and out of the hospital many times in 1990 and 1991.   On the 5th and 6th of July, 1991, her lungs were filling with fluids and she was running fevers.  She was very weak and only opened her eyes for short periods of time.  Her two children Robert and Richard and their wives were there.  The nurses said she could linger this way for hours, days or weeks.  Late on the 6th, one son told her he was driving back home, an eight hour drive.  She opened her eyes wide and looked right at him and said, “Aren’t you going to stay for the funeral?”  He replied that they would be back, thinking it would be awhile, and she was ok with that.  She passed away at 8:30 the next morning.                              1754A

D. Alice Sherbondy, 1978

D. Alice Sherbondy, 1978