Wordless Wednesday: worthy of remembrance

The Big T's aunts Hazel and Mary and uncle Tom; all passed away now, but each lived a long and full lives. They have left behind children, grandchildren and other whanau who are glad they touched our lives.

The Big T’s aunts Hazel and Mary and uncle Tom; all passed away now, but each lived a long and full life. They have left behind children, grandchildren and other whanau who are glad they touched our lives.

Wordless Wednesdays are written in response to a Geneabloggers’ prompt.

Here are other Wordless Wednesdays’ you might like:

http://genealogysisters.wordpress.com/2013/10/16/almost-wordless-wednesday-paris-france-1944/

http://marbletowns.wordpress.com/2013/10/16/wednesdays-child-george-leonard-drowned/

http://wellerharvey.wordpress.com/2013/10/16/wordless-wednesday-october-16-2013/

http://genealogylady.net/2013/10/16/wordless-wednesday-the-yegerlehner-brothers/

http://thetaliaferroproject.wordpress.com/2013/10/10/16-september-2009-wordless-wednesday-john-robert-taliaferro/

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8 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: worthy of remembrance

  1. Su, thank you for including The TALIAFERRO Project in your Worthy of Remembrance post. I’m sure Sandra is smiling, happy to know her Ancestors names are still being called!:) ~ Luckie

      • Thanks Su! That’s encouraging! I’m estimating approx. 2 weeks to have all her old entries re-posted!:)

      • Wonderful; it is really interesting for me to read about lives that were lived in very different circumstances to my ancestors. And yet we also find – behind the differences – so many shared experiences and concerns. It’s one of the things I enjoy about family history research – the sense of connectedness to so many other people. :-)

    • Thank you! I was sorting photos to give to a cousin and that one really stood out because the little girl at the back is the image of my cousin’s grand daughter, who would be the girl’s great grand niece.

  2. Su, Thanks for including my post in your “worthy of remembrance”. What a nice honor! I’m enjoying reading your blog and seeing your cherished photographs. ~ Maryann @ Genealogy Sisters

    • You are very welcome. I enjoyed the post, and even more so your post on photographers. What a great idea to focus (excuse the pun) on those taking the pictures. Thank you for reading my blog, and for your kind comment. — Su.

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