Fearless Females- Picture Time!

Here’s the March 2nd prompt for the month of Fearless Females posts!

March 2 — Post a photo of one of your female ancestors. Who is in the photo? When was it taken? Why did you select this photo?

I’m very excited to share this photo. I was contacted by another Love relative this week. His grandmother Belle is the one to the right of my great-great grandma Jennie there in the middle. I love this picture because it’s helped me to identify her in other photos! I’m going to get a batch together to send to him this afternoon. I might have to go through my box and scan some before I send. The other woman in the picture is their other sister Agnes. So if I lost you for a moment there from left to right this photo shows: Agnes Love-Wambough, Jennie Love-Thorward, and Belle Love-Leonard. What a great lineup!

I chose this photo because I love to see new pictures that I’ve never seen before. I just can’t express how grateful and appreciative I am that I have found some great contacts and friends through researching my genealogy. This website has opened doors for me that I never would have been able to open otherwise. So thank you to everyone who has contacted me through here and most especially to Grace Leonard who has put the word out and sent my website to so many of her contacts too! Another special thanks to the sender of this picture Rick Mcgaw!

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  • Theresa Casteel

    March 2, 2011

    Isn’t it wonderful when you are able to make these great contacts through blogging about what we love – genealogy and family history.
    Connections that might not have happened without it – makes it so worth sharing everything we gather.
    Theresa (Tangled Trees)

    • Kathleen

      March 3, 2011

      Yes Theresa, it is so rewarding and wonderful to have made the connections that I have. Not only have I met really nice, generous people but my family history is so much more rich and full just communication more than facts and dates. I couldn’t ask for a better experience.


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