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  • anonymous (Private)
    9 days ago
    So nice of you to take advantage of your Aunt Bonnie's personal photograph collection that you "borrowed" two years ago and never returned.  You should be ashamed of yourself!
    • Tysto Premium user United States (Private)
      7 days ago
      I'm sorry you feel that way, but it really wasn't clear that she expected them back. Most are just print outs and not real photos. She could have contacted my mother at any time.

      I've borrowed many hundreds of photos to scan and returned them promptly. I don't have children to hand them down to and don't care to be the caretaker of physical photos for the most part.

      You can find my work for local residents here.
  • 2 months ago
    Thomas & Bettie Mathis family - 1918 - key
    Hello, my grandfather was Henry Mathis, son of Thomas Mathis, I believe from the Britan Mathis line.  I came upon this and just wanted to reach out.  I know very little about my father's side of the family.  Thank you for posting this information.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    2 months ago
    Bremen girls - c1916
    Top, far left, Alice Albert Sherk, daughter of Wesley & Susanna Albert. Wife of Delbert Sherk

  • Randy Delanghe (Private)
    4 months ago
    Levi Grove - Wakarusa barber shop
    I live 2 blocks away from where the barber shop was
    Thank you for showing this.
  • 1 year 1 month ago
    Burch - Lawrence and Mary family
    I was so happy that my cousin Lawrence hooked me up with this website! It is so neat to look at all my family and the history!! That is my mother on Grandma Mary Burch's lap.  I can see her saying already at this pic, her favorite...."Prove It" I was told by my Uncle Larry I look a lot like my Aunt Lois, and I do. But how even like my Grandma!! It is Awesome!!Filled with Love!! I have a picture of My Grandma on a table facing the Hallway.....every morning I say " Hi Grandma". The picture of my Aunt Lois is in the Kitchen.....that is where we always her kitchen. Whether it was in the country house...or in the office in Plymouth, Indiana. Great picture!!!
  • 1 year 1 month ago
    Cuba Burch obit - 1920
    Oh my , read this, and a little shocked. Maybe this where my mother got the gene . Not being there for her sons.
    • 1 year 1 month ago
         So was grandpa Burch ill too??
      Oh my , read this, and a little shocked. Maybe this where my mother got the gene . Not being there for her sons.
  • 1 year 1 month ago
    Burch - Norman Lawrence Burch
    If you look at this, you can most definitely see my baby, had no idea!
  • 1 year 1 month ago
    Burch - Norman - chiro
    The best!! Uncle Norman married My husband Darin and I . What a great and spiritual man!
  • 1 year 1 month ago
    Burch - Lois portrait
    Oh My Goodness! Yep! I do look like her!!  
  • 1 year 1 month ago
    Burch - Lawrence Burch
    Aw I haven't seen this in a long time.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    1 year 2 months ago
    Gene Knepple family
    This photo really surprised me - this is my family.  My father Wm. Eugene (Gene) Knepple (son of Keith Knepple & Ethel Kilian), my mother Margaret (Dussel) Knepple, my brother, Robert Eugene Knepple and me, Linda Kay Knepple.  I had never seen this photo before and not sure where it was taken.
    • (Anonymously) (Private)
      1 year 2 months ago
      Wonderful! Thanks! I'm not sure of the occasion, but there are several photos of Kilian families in the same set, so it was likely a reunion. They don't look dressed up enough for a funeral.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    1 year 4 months ago
    Jean [Flynn] Mathis with younger sister Gloria
    This is Eugenia Flynn Mathis with her younger sister Gloria Flynn Berry
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    1 year 5 months ago
    Deb Anglemyer
    that is Deb Anglemyer McNally, she is Keith and Romas daughter
  • Bill Jensen (Private)
    1 year 6 months ago
    Wes Albert creamery driver - Enquirer - Oct 5 1889
    Don't forget in 1889 I would think a big bunch of those pennies would be of the Indian Head variety. They would be worth a bunch more today. Any large cents (size of a quarter or so) would be worth much more today.