Tag Archives: Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday – Cousins

Yegerlehner - 1930s Cousins #2

 

I recently started “crowd-sourcing” my family photographs on Facebook. As my blog has grown, and I have found more extended family members, Facebook has become a great tool. This photograph had all the individuals identified in less that five minutes. I wish all photographs were that easy!

You may recognize some of the names from the World War II letters. This photograph was taken during the mid to late 1930s, likely in Clay County, Indiana.

Back row: Paul, Kenneth, Earl
Middle row: Dolores, Wilma, Romaine
Front row: John, Duane, Glendon, Mark

© Deborah Sweeney, 2014.
Post originally found: https://genealogylady.net/2014/06/11/wordless-wednesday-cousins/

Wordless Wednesday – Garden

I have to admit, I love taking pictures. I wish I were a better photographer. I love reading my grandmother’s letters about the gardens: her flowers and Mark’s vegetables. We have a small container garden in our backyard. I definitely do not have my grandmother’s green thumb, but here are some of the things we are growing this year.

SWE2014 - Strawberry

 

SWE2014 - Yellow Pear Tomato

 

SWE2014 - Raspberry

 

Photographs from the private collection of Deborah Sweeney.

© Deborah Sweeney, 2014.
Post originally found: https://genealogylady.net/2014/06/04/wordless-wednesday-garden/

Wordless Wednesday – Siblings

Yegerlehner - 1970 Reunion at Bells

Left to Right: Floyd, Clarence, Ruth, Roscoe, Ralph

The Yegerlehner Siblings – 1970, Family reunion at Earl Bell’s farm, Clay County, Indiana

Photograph from the personal collection of Deborah Sweeney.

©Deborah Sweeney, 2014.

Post originally found: https://genealogylady.net/2014/05/28/wordless-wednesday-siblings/

Wordless Wednesday – Tall

YEG1966 By height #1

The Yegerlehner men (Roscoe, John, Mark & David), circa 1966, Kentland, Indiana

Photograph from the private collection of Deborah Sweeney

© Deborah Sweeney, 2014.

Post originally found: https://genealogylady.net/2014/05/14/wordless-wednesday-tall/ 

Wordless Wednesday – Mother’s Favorite Time of the Day

YEG1940s #4

David, late 1940s

I have been scanning some more photographs this week, and I found this great picture of my Dad, a.k.a. David. It reminds me so much of my son while he is sleeping. It is nice to know that I am not the only mom who likes to take pictures of her sleeping baby.

Photograph from the private collection of Deborah Sweeney.
© Deborah Sweeney, 2014.
Post originally found: https://genealogylady.net/2014/05/07/wordless-wednesday-mothers-favorite-time-of-the-day/

Wordless Wednesday – Fisherman’s Wharf

Yegerlehner - 1972-05-06

Fisherman’s Wharf, Rockport, Massachusetts
May 6, 1972

Photograph from the private collection of Deborah Sweeney.
© Deborah Sweeney, 2014.
Post originally found: https://genealogylady.net/2014/04/16/wordless-wednesday-fishermans-wharf/

Wordless Wednesday – Look at all that fabric!

Yegerlehner, Deborah - 1970-02-05

Deborah – February 5, 1970

Photograph from the private collection of Deborah Sweeney.

© Deborah Sweeney, 2014.

Post originally found: https://genealogylady.net/2014/04/02/wordless-wednesday-look-at-all-that-fabric/