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Thankful Thursday: Sanders Fryher Photo Album – part 6

Posted by Jim Sanders on Thursday, 27 December, 2012

Many of my readers of this blog know about the 19th century photo album I acquired. I am very thankful for the woman who rescued my family’s photo album, found me and sent me the family heirloom.

Many of these photos have been posted on Wordless Wednesday or in other blog posts. Here are photos 51 – 60 in order from the album. If you can provide any insight into these photos I would love to hear about it. Perhaps you can estimate the year one of the photos was taken or the age of an individual(s) or even perhaps what event was taken place.

This is an unusual sized photo.
Sanders - Fryher Photo - one woman

This is another unusual sized photo.
Sanders - Fryher Photo - Tin Type Photo - Patrick Fryher-Fraher - Sarah Hayes - before 1900

This is another unusual sized photo.
Sanders - Fryher Photo - carte-de-visite - unknown woman before 1900

This is a tin type photo. It is from prior to 1900.
Sanders - Fryher Photo - tin type - prior to 1900

This is another tin type photo. It is from prior to 1900.
Sanders - Fryher Photo - tin type - prior to 1900

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What can you do with all your old tin type family photos. Make a family history photo album.

This is of Mrs. J. Smith from New Haven, CT
Sanders - Fryher Photo - tin type - two young children - prior to 1900

This is another tin type photo. It is from prior to 1900.
Sanders - Fryher Photo - tin type - prior to 1900

This is another tin type photo. It is from prior to 1900.
Sanders - Fryher Photo -  tin type - prior to 1900

This is a cabinet card photo. It is from prior to 1900.
Sanders - Fryher Photo - religious card

This is another cabinet card photo. It is from prior to 1900.
Sanders - Fryher Photo - business card

Black Sheep Sunday – Patrick Fraher, County Waterford, Ireland

Posted by Jim Sanders on Sunday, 9 December, 2012

Recently I wrote an article about one of my ancestors, Patrick Fraher. This article has now been published in the December issue of an on-line magazine called Irish Lives Rembered. Irish Lives Remembered is a great resource for researching your Irish Family History.

Patrick was my mysterious black sheep ancestor I always wanted to learn more about. Read more about him in the article in the Irish Lives Magazine.

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