Don’t Forget History. Posted byKeith GoldsteinSeptember 22, 2018Posted inUncategorized Share this:PocketMoreFacebookLinkedInTumblrEmailTwitterPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Published by Keith Goldstein Photographer, husband, dad, and passionate cyclist. Lives and works in New York City. View more posts
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I had my uncle on my father’s side (the Italian side) and my aunt on my mother’s side (the Polish side) write out a family tree for me many years ago. Both sides came to the US from the ‘old country’ and I wanted a record of that. Both aunt and uncle are long since gone now but I am glad they were able to share what they had. The photos….those I love. This one is wonderful, Keith.
Thanks Lois. I wish I had research of my father’s family. My parents divorced when I was very young. I hardly know much about that side of the family, except that most of my father’s side is in the Philadelphia area. I don’t like speaking with my father much. Stories always change. I met his father once 30 years ago. I had many questions for him, but he offered very little in the way of answers.
That is a shame, Keith.
Great picture and post. This might interest you… https://richardsnotes.org/2006/01/26/dick-family-at-leah-dicks-grave/
Thank you Richard!