One of my greatest joys of doing genealogy is the small treasures found~


Each time I think I've found a favorite and Rhonda Yamauchi surprises me with even a more precious photo - Mildred, Josephine & Viola M. & Viola B. Scheett
 Mildred (my grandma – Mom’s side), Josephine & Viola M. (sisters) & ( Grandma) Viiola B. (Nickerson) Scheetz on Porch Photo’s donated by Rhonda Yamauchi
Dorthy Dickson, Viola Nickerson -  Mildred, Josephine, Viola Scheetz Front
Dorthy Dickson, Viola Nickerson – Mildred, Josephine, Viola Scheetz Front
Josephine B, Mildred Marie Scheetz
Josephine B & Mildred Marie Scheetz

One Comment on “One of my greatest joys of doing genealogy is the small treasures found~

  1. Reblogged this on Tonia Allen Gould, Children's Book Author and commented:
    What a lovely found treasure of a photo of my grandmother (left) and her sisters. I miss that dear, sweet lady so much. Thanks to my sister Coni Dubois for her genealogy research and happening upon these gems along the way.

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