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Monday, April 17, 2017
Just one PHOTO would mean the world to me
I came real close - to getting a copy of a photo of my Grandfather Hasenstab. Then, the "cousin" stopped returning my messages and it is not like I was being a pest. I gave her S.P.A.C.E.
I post photos on Ancestry all the time. Many have tagged them, to use for their family trees. Lets face it, we like to see what they look like; do we resemble them in anyway? It's not like I am posting people who are alive today - Come on now, they're DEAD! Why be so protective of a photo? If it could be some closure for someone, I'd be honored to help.
So, I know there are photos "out there" and I continue to search. Oh happy day, if I should ever come across a photo of my Grandfather.
Here are but a few of the photo archives I have sifted through. I won't give up.
Are You in my Photo? (This is mostly for fun but you never know)
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- Stay at home Mom to 1 dog and 2 cats. I am the "big sister" in the photo. My baby sister, passed away unexpectedly, Sept. 2015 at the young age of 56. I miss her terribly. Everyone in my childhood family has now passed. I have 3 sons. My oldest son died in 2003 at the age of 25. GENEALOGY is a growing passion of mine as well as History.