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    Posted 6 years ago

    antiquerose
    (1437 items)

    Merry Christmas Mani!!

    Hope you like your Virtual Xmas Present of some hertiage Photos from your Family Homestead Area. I thought this would be a Great Gift idea. Anything that stirs the HEART at Xmas is a Worthy gift. Thought I would do some digging via the net for you. ;-)

    All the Best to you in the New Year !!

    ~ Rose ~

    .....and something you Might like to Check out, and maybe Buy yourself a little piece of something close to where some of your family was....

    http://www.mjrpostcardsandcovers.ca/skcovers.html

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    1860s CIVIL WAR ARMED UNION SOLDIER CDV PHOTO 8th OHIO INFANTRY JOHN HANCHETT
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    1. Manikin Manikin, 6 years ago
      Oh how wonderful Rose :-) I have a photo of church in Ardath where my cousin lives in a town of 11 people :-) Are the other 2 photo's in Conquest or Ardath ? Such a wonderful church for a town with no people , Walksoft went to see my cousin and he lives in Post Office which is a house with all the PO boxes by front door . Love these and how thoughtful of you and what a great honor for us to be friends . Merry Christmas to you and your family ! xoxo
    2. antiquerose antiquerose, 6 years ago
      Your Welcome!! I think there are some people that still live there from what I know but a lot of small places both in Canada and the USA are disappearing. The second and third are from that area too.

      I just wanted to say that when I first joined CW and you had a post with a picture of where I knew was -- It touched me. We are Miles apart but yet I am able to share things with you from places like this and also our collectibles. You have such a warm spot in your heart for you Relatives you never met -- Glad I am able to help some. Merry Christmas Mani to yours and your family !!
    3. inky inky, 6 years ago
      What a lovely thing to do antiquerose, great post!....:-)
    4. Rick55 Rick55, 6 years ago
      Such a thoughtful idea Rosie! I wouldn't expect anything less from you!
    5. OneGoodFind OneGoodFind, 6 years ago
      So sweet Rose. "Take me to church" song is running through my head.
      Merry Christmas dear and thank you for all the support.
    6. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 4 years ago
      Very nice gift to Mani, Rose, and reminds me of some old postcards of Ardath are out there also, believe I have seen some of those, I especially love postcards of old churches as they were used heavily in postcard times of old, and are important historically as your photo is.

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