|My 2nd-great-grandmother, Juliane Bye, my great-grandmother, Frances Bye, and my cousin Julian Tvedt, c1900|
|Aunt- and Uncle-in-law, c1910|
|My great-grandparents, Harry and Frances (Bye) Jackson, with their motorbike in the early 1920s.|
|I don't know who this is or what year, but he's probably a relative since this photo is in our family files.|
Anyone want to hazard a guess as to the date?
|I don't know who these children are, either. I'm guessing this is late 1920s or early 1930s based on their clothing. |
I wish we could see more of the airplane, though.
|Grandpa-in-law Claude Parker in a row boat, probably fishing. He looks about 15 here, I'm guessing this was taken in 1917.|
|Grandpa-in-law Claude Parker. What do you think, early 1920s?|
|My mother-in-law and her cousin, c1925|
|A bunch of Parkers (I can't read the names on the back of the photo). I'm guessing early 1930s. What is your guess?|
|We're not certain who these people are...far left might be my great-grandmother Frances (Bye) Jackson. Probably 1930s.|
|My grandfather Vince Heinz, c1935|
|Mom's first train ride 1939 (with Frances (Bye) Jackson)|
|Great-grandma Frances and her son Lee Jackson c1940|
|Granduncle Lee Jackson on what looks like a toy tractor c1940|
|My great-grandfather Harry Jackson with his vacation trailer in Tampa, Florida c1941|
|My great-grandmother (again) c.1943|
|Front of a Christmas card Lee Jackson sent to his mother from his tour in WW II in 1944. He was in the 82nd Airborne Division and suffered injuries to his back and leg from a parachute jump in Africa.|
|Frances (Bye) Jackson racing the family dog on one of her grand-daughters' bikes, probably late 1940s or early 1950s.|
|Cousin Paule Loring, about 1950-1960|
|Sis and Me, 1957|
|Great-grandma Frances Jackson, c1959|
|Grandparents-in-law Claude and Mildred (Muth) Parker, 1972|
|Cousins at Cape Canaveral, 1985|
|Dumbo ride at Disneyland, 1987|
|Hubby playing with a tractor in the rain, 1988|
Whew!!! There's more, but I think you get the drift.
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