BOOK II OF THE TRILOGY:
LOST BETWEEN THE CONTINENTS
Born in England, Ernest Woodward came to Ohio at the age of 17.
Ernest Woodward’s life took on new meaning, once he arrived from England. He was writing new chapters in his life that were constructive, at the age of eighteen. This was much different from the last six years across the ocean when he had to answer to a conniving step mother who was after his father’s business. His deckhand job on a supply boat working the Ohio River, was a stepping stone to being trained for a farm manager’s position at a local cattle farm. This is where he fell in love with Frances, who would become the mother of their nine children.
He grew to be respected in the cattle industry and built a strong family of hardworking children that picked up his work ethic and his love for life. This book chronicles his growth and determination and how it prepares him to go back to England and help his father keep the family business.