I'm glad the find-a-grave site was useful! Wonderful to find more Stanaway relatives! Thrilled to know that two of John's daughters are living. 2 daughters of Arthur are still alive as well. My grandma was a 3rd daughter, but she passed last summer. I think you'll find this picture fantastic: https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/mLOd8Kfa7GxuJQUp34jRRNMTjNZETYmyPJy0liipFm0?feat=directlink. You should be able to right click any family picture and save them to your computer. There were 11 surviving children (including John and Arthur). As you see, this picture is just of Emma Wivell Stanaway and her children(who was a midwife, by the way. I don't know as much as I would like about her family background). William Stanaway had died by this point - I don't have any pictures of him, unfortunately. The picture was taken when they lived in Houghton, MI.
I have a separate e-mail that I use for posting online that I check occasionally. It is firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to any correspondence! Below is an "invitation" e-mail I sent to many relatives to encourage free sharing of pictures/information.
Hello family! I’ve been on a genealogy kick recently on ancestry.com, and I’ve been getting prints of old family photos to put up in our hallway.While going through what photos I have (which I’ve gotten from my dad, Facebook, contacts on ancestry.com, and through web browsing), I felt inspired to post them online in a way that others could also freely view them and download them (without necessarily having to pay for prints). Picasa web albums seemed to work the best to me, since individuals can be labeled and the photos can be captioned. It’s a really useful way to learn who people are! I’ve pretty much restricted myself to older photos (mostly black and white, ones requiring scanning) since these are the most difficult to get copies of, and because of privacy issues. There are some branches I have only a few pictures for, but maybe you can help with that (see below)!I intend to update this as more pictures are digitized.
PS - If you have any old family photos you’d like to share on this page, just attach them to an email message and send it to the address: email@example.com.
(If you want to get even fancier, use the email "Subject" line to add captions or to include the photos in a specific album. If the email "Subject" line matches an existing online album title, your photos will be uploaded to that album. Otherwise, the 'Subject' line will instead be added as a caption and the photos will be placed in the Drop Box album, which will then be sorted by me.