The Heirlooms Reunited blog is a way for me to bring life to the heirlooms I've collected over a lifetime. Many of these items are for sale.
email: heirlooms (dot) reunited (at) gmail.com
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- autograph albums
- family Bibles
- identified photographs and albums
- inscribed books
- family registers
- municipal annual reports
- and other treasures
One cherished album - sample page below - of photographs, clippings, letters, documents, locks of hair, umbilical cords and a booklet detailing the genealogy of the Dorr, Goldthwait and related families, was purchased online from Argentina - the patriarch was Addison Dorr of Massachusetts, who settled in Argentina in the early 1800s.
Below, CDVs of J. Graham Rodgers; taken by the Bradley & Rulofson studio at San Francisco, California, corner of Montgomery and Sacramento Streets.
Below, Hazel Keyes; photo by a Belfast, Maine studio
- Turner, back to Richard and Eleanor (Cowell) Turner of Lancashire, England
- Hanson, back to John Hanson of Nock's Marsh, or Knox Marsh, of Dover, New Hampshire
- Young/Jung of Maine, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick; back to Johann-Jacob Jung of the Strasbourg, France area (Germany in the mid 1700s) who came to the Broadbay settlement at Waldoboro, Maine
- Jewers, O'Neill, Hawbolt (many variant spellings), Baker, Crofts families of Nova Scotia - can someone unravel them for me?
- Umlah, Umlach, Umloch, Hemlow of Nova Scotia, back to John Umlach of Scotland and Philadelphia, who received land grant in Nova Scotia as a result of service in French and Indian War
- John Watt and Elizabeth Cunningham, who married in 1855 at Saint John, New Brunswick - brick wall; John possibly son of Catherine McLaren
- Cottrell of Maine and New Brunswick
- Digory Sparks of New Brunswick
- Libby of New Hampshire, Maine, and New Brunswick
- Pendleton of Rhode Island; Islesboro, Maine; Charlotte County, New Brunswick