Richard Carter, Immigrant and the Revolutionary War is a fictionalized biography of an ancestor.
While certain facts can be researched about his life and family, much is left to the imagination of the author, but it makes a good story.
Barbara Studebaker Arnold is a wife of 50 years plus, a mother of three grown children with five
grandchildren, and a retired teacher of language arts who continues to hone her skills writing books and poetry. She also enjoys reading, traveling, cooking and gardening. She acts as a docent for the 1854 Daniel Hertzler House, a Pennsylvania-Dutch bankstyle house, and the 1908 Westcott House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Richard Carter, a fictional biography of her ancestor, is her 13th book.