Ancestral Notes

My Family History blog

Wordless Wednesday – Easter 1965

me, Easter 1965

My mom made my sister and I matching dresses of pink dotted suisse for Easter in 1965.

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Wordless Wednesday – Hellen Keller

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Wordless Wednesday – My Irish Ancestors,The Stevensons

James Stevenson immigrated from County Armagh, Ireland with his wife, Elizabeth Cowan Stevenson and three daughters, Mary, Sarah and Elizabeth. I posted their 50th Wedding announcement earlier.

photos from public member tree on Ancestry.ca.

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Wordless Wednesday – Best Wishes and Hugs, Sheri

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Wordless Wednesday – On The Island

Charles Phipps, husband of Emma Bradt on his farm on Pelee Island.

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Wordless Wednesday – Another Anomaly

My hollyhocks changed from biennials to annuals this year, I wonder if they’ll still flower next year?

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Wordless Wednesday – Happy Anniversary!

my grandparents, Wm. E. and Josephine Hines
from the Essex Free Press, October, 1967.

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Wordless Wednesday – My First Birthday

Here is me on my first birthday, 50 years ago today!

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Wordless Wednesday – Global Warming???

I live in SW Ontario and the only native cactus is the prickly pear. I don’t know how this cactus got here.

This cactus grew on its own this spring in my front garden. Right now it’s about 2″ tall.

The cactus is right behind the bunny.

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Wordless Wednesday – First Day Of School

My grandson’s first day of Junior Kindergarten.

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