A cousin kindly sent me some more family photographs. (Thank you D.W.!)
A snow scene caught my eye. My aunt had given me a similar picture a few years ago of a couple standing in snow, the woman holding a snowball.
In an earlier article, I compared an identified photograph from a cousin to unidentified photographs I received years ago and determined that they are from the Walling and Winterton branches.
The pictures and heirlooms handed down through the generations are analogous to DNA. Each child receives different bits of the parent's DNA and passes the different parts down to their descendants.
My branch received some tools from David Uhl (1834-1884), while a cousin received other tools, all marked with UHL to signify the common origin.
- Surnames and Locations of My GGG Grandparents
- DURYEA New Jersey Births
- DURYEA New Jersey Marriages
- DURYEA New Jersey Deaths
- DURYEA New York State Marriage Index
- DURYEA New York State Death Index 1881-1950
- Pictures by Clifford Lutter 1930s-1960s New Jersey
- ODonnell- New Jersey Records
- Hit or Miss Records
- DNA Comparisons
- Genealogy Humor
- Bayonne Neighbors