This post is in response to a request by Thomas MacEntee of Geneabloggers to post a “This is the Face of Genealogy” photo. His request was prompted by the “Inbreeding” photo used by LAWeekly to advertise an upcoming genealogy conference. My guess is the “Inbreeding” photo was an attempt to be humorous. It was, however, undeniably in poor taste. So here’s my contribution to the Geneablogger community response.
Another Wordless Wednesday post.
Credits: Family photo of my great-uncle; scrap kit is one of my own.
Another posting for the Wordless Wednesday prompt suggested by members of Geneabloggers.
Credits: Students of Ridgeville School circa 1900 (located near Brownback’s Church in Chester County, Pennsylvania); my grandfather is first row, 2nd from the left; scrapbook kit is one of my own.
Another posting for the Wordless Wednesday prompt suggested by Geneabloggers members.
Credits: these are family photographs that have been passed down to me; the man in the photos is believed to be my Grandfather’s Cousin; scrapkit is one of my own.
Another posting for the Wordless Wednesday series at Geneabloggers.
Credits: family photo of Ada Evans Garner, circa early 1920s; layout created with my own scrapbook kit.