Saturday, August 11, 2007

More From The Picture Vault

Here are a few more family pics I got from Helen. When I get to posting some of the ones UJ has given me for scanning we may have to setup a flicker account to make viewing easier..


James and Uncle Eddie (Relatives on Staten Island) Lurkers feel free to help!! I do remember going to Staten Island for a sunday dinner a very long time age...


James and John confirmation photo

Grandma, Aunt Maureen and baby Joyce...Wow sims it up for me!

Aunt Kathleen and Billy circa 1962 (my guess).

Sorting through the pictures has brought back a lot of great memories from both these very special ladies, thank you both!
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That concludes todays installment from the family vault. Got old pics? Lets see em on the blog!!

9 comments:

red said...

Good stuff thanks again, keep em coming!

Do NOT delete these pics from the blog!!!

Kathy M said...

very nice gary, now im going to start looking at my oldpics, im sure between me and joyce we can come up with plenty.

John Mulligan said...

Thanks for the pictures Gary.

John Mulligan said...

The first picture .......I will try to take a present day picture of the background church soon...

The picture of Aunt Kathleen might be at the Playland pool...???

could the last picture be at the Red Coach Grill?

Just thinkin out loud....

joyce said...

Good Job Gary...I like the pic of me, haha

John past & present pics are a great thing to do...

helenmary said...

hello to my fellow family!! this is so much fun seeing the pictures, is this the modern day coffee table!!!hehe joyce since you were the first child born in the family will let that slide, im mean your kinda old now hehehe!!! john that wasent playland pool, uncle bill told us but i can't remember right now, she use to take us to some city pool. waiting for more????

Kathy M said...

Helen I think its was the Saxon Pool in White Plains does that sound like it ask Big Bill and let us know.

helenmary said...

hum???

John Mulligan said...

Saxon Woods Pool - Its in White Plains