I know this might not truly be the place but I'm desperate. A couple of weeks ago someone took a box of our family history (i.e. photos documents and our large family Bible which was made in the late 1800s to early 1900s) from our garage. Last week a good Samaritan came forward after finding several of our documents at the Orange Coast College swap meet. She tracked me down via the ancestry.com tree search. I can't tell you how happy it makes me to have some of my grandmothers things back, though only a fraction of what was taken. However the most sentimental piece, the large family Bible detailing the Falk/Antrom family, is still missing and unaccounted for. We have gone through all our local venues, doing whatever we could to try to track it down, but have had no luck. I am asking the community of ancestry to please help me find this Bible. Due to its advanced age and possible immigration from Sweden, I fear that a collector may find it and sell it, like I've been seeing on eBay. Any help or resources that you may have would be of great assistance.