This picture was taken by my grandparents during a family trip. It’s the Corn Palace in Mitchell, South Dakota; it was taken during the warmer months of 1962. This is a picture I took of the Corn Palace in Mitchell,
Now I would like to introduce you to my Great Grandmother Emma Josephine HARRENBURG (Hopper). This is my dad’s grandmother, on his father’s side, her parents were Cornelia Josephine GRAY, born in Alabama, and her dad was Charles
The hat makes this picture along with the expression on the man behind him. I really don’t know a lot about this photo; expect this is one I bought off eBay and there was possible celebration of sorts.
I’m in need of some help with this wonderful photo that has some information on the front and back. I’m sure some of it is quite interesting, that’s why I’m asking for some help. If you remember a couple of days
This is a photo of my grandpa, Fred Henry Elfrank. It was taken in front of the capital building in Victoria, Canada on June 1963.
If there was any photo of a tombstone I could find that would give me the heebie-jeebies this one would be it. The information I have on this photo is very limited. I’m still researching on the family. This was
Great grandma Essie Mae STEWART (Clinton) was born 4 November 1880 in Daviess, Indiana. Her parents were Stewart and Dicey Bugher. She married Edd Clinton on 8 August 1897; they migrated to Missouri around 1910
I’m at a complete loss on this photo as for location and names. It does look as if there are a lot of people lined up to watch some event that is taking place in an open field. I believe
Visiting the Elfrank Home Mrs. Henry Elfrank While researching my maternal line, Elfrank, I started browsing the Bollinger County, Missouri Newspapers Abstract of July 2, 1891 – December 31, 1896. I hit the jack pot, so to speak and located
The past two Fridays I’ve been posting about blogs that I follow. Problem with this is that I’m only spotlighting one blog each Friday. I can’t do this anymore because there are so many wonderful blogs out there