More on Albert and Jay

Here’s Albert and Jay in 1901, with their sisters.  The oldest sister is my great-grandma.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here’s another of their military photos:

Kep, this one may be of some interest to you.

And here’s their daddy’s (and my great-great grandpa’s) military headstone.  My grandpa Charles served in the Civil War.

For those of you who do genealogy research, please appreciate the difficulty of researching the last name of White!  As they say about Pokemon, “Gotta catch ’em all!”

I have, in fact, collected data on nearly every White family in the counties and states where my own ancestors lived in the 17 & 18 hundreds.

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2 Responses to More on Albert and Jay

  1. Interesting. I am familiar with Fort Crockett at Galveston. It provided coastal artillery protection for Galveston. It stopped functioning about 50 years ago. I have seen the artillery battery bunkers. A nice article can be found at http://galveston.ssp.nmfs.gov/aboutus/fortcrockett/index.html. Thank you for sharing!

  2. Mel Weinerth says:

    So wondeful to have old family pictures .

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