The Tyrrell family's antique photograph album has been located!
I have good news for researchers of the Tyrrell family.
Your family's antique photograph album has been located! My name is Robert D. King. I provide a service of returning lost family photos to the family tree researchers and descendants, that will treasure those photos. Recently, I was able to acquire this group: David W. Tyrrell, a Civil War Soldier from New York family photos from Detroit, Michigan The names on the photos are: David Tyrrell in a framed tintype --------- Lieutenant (David W.) Tyrrell --- in his Civil War uniform ------ 1862 --------------------------------- Utica, New York D. W. Tyrrell --- sitting in 1864 -------- Utica, New York D. W. Tyrrell --- standing in 1864 -------- Utica, New York Amelia Tyrrell --- 1868 -------- Detroit, Michigan Emma Tyrrell --- 1868 -------- Detroit, Michigan Percy Henry Tyrrell --- 4 months old ---- Detroit, Michigan Amelia Tyrrell --- 1870 -------- Detroit, Michigan Percy H. Tyrrell --- 7 yrs old Sept. 7 -------- Detroit, Michigan Ella Chapin and Amelia Tyrrell --- 1871 -------- Detroit, Michigan Sam and Mahala Brall with Amelia Tyrrell in a framed tintype Ella Chapin, Elya Callen and Amelia Tyrrell --- 1872 In 2 copies (both labeled) of the same photo -------- Detroit, Michigan Ida Mary in a framed tintype Kitty Hughes --- 1879 --- nurse girl for 7 yrs for Mrs. D. W. Tyrrell --- Detroit, Michigan Amelia Tyrrell --- 1889 --- Fenton, Michigan Grandma as a baby ----- Saratoga County, New York Amelia Tyrrell ---------- Detroit, Michigan Amelia Tyrrell -------- Detroit, Michigan S. W. Tyrrell at Percys cottage in Wilmette, Illinois after having come from New Mexico to attend The National G.A.R. at Rochester, New York in Aug. 1911 If you know of anyone who might want to purchase these heirlooms and bring them back into the family, to share with future generations, please contact me at: BobKing@NorthLink.com Also, feel free to check out your other family names: http://fourkings.freeyellow.com/Page3.htmlhttp://fourkings.freeyellow.com/Page3.html Thanks, Robert D. King Note: The photos I obtain have names and dates or places on them and I list them on my webpage, so that descendants of these lost souls can find them and bring them home. I am not related to these people. The thousands of photographs are mostly from the 1800's and include Tintypes, Daguerreotypes,Cabinet Cards, Carte-de-visites, Personal Picture Postcards, Photo Albums and Yearbooks. The Family Photos On-Line Project is certified by and featured on Cindy's Lists, Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter, Worldwide Genealogy Topsites, Baltimore photographers/residents, Connect With Surnames Genealogy Directory, Michigan's Orphan Artifacts and many genealogical newspapers. Satisfaction in guaranteed
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