First and easiest of all is one who isn't my ancestor, but Nate's. Nancy Naomi Alexander Tracy wrote an autobiography (here), which is kept with the LDS records, and so bits of her story are often told on church documents as an example of an early convert and pioneer. There was an article about her in the Ensign in 2012 (here).
Her son Helon Henry had a son named Helon Henry, and he had a daughter named Myrtle. Myrtle married Carl Clark, and their son Ralph Clark is "Gramspie" to us. Nate and I have some tablecloths that belonged to Myrtle and Carl--one with Carl's name written on a corner in permanent marker. We also have some myrtle growing next to our porch which we got from Nate's mom, who got it originally from Myrtle's house.
|Myrtle and Ralph Clark, 1926|
|The Ralph and Marilyn Clark family plus Carl, 1970-something|
|The Ralph and Marilyn Clark family, 2011|
|Melissa and Nate, 2011 with Nancy Naomi and Moses Tracy's headstones in Ogden|