Shared Photo: Maternal Family Group

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I wanted to share this family photo with the community. Location: Uncles Farm. Date: 1969. All members of the maternal side of my family are on this picture except 2. My Father was unfortunately at work, and my Uncle was taking the picture.  My Maternal Grandparents are center, with the grandchildren at the front. Also on the middle row are my maternal Uncles/Aunts, with my Mother on the right, with me behind her. Spouses are standing on the back row.
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WikiTree profile: Tom Clark
in Photos by Dave Welburn G2G6 Pilot (124k points)

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A precious family picture. How many generations is that? Yikes! there are enough children there to stat your own baseball team. You even have your own team mascots. Great picture Dave treasure it your lifetime.  Now that we know each other, I suppose I am still not invited to the family reunion? just kidding my friend. Next time bring dad in the picture. Thanks for sharing your wonderful family with us.
by Jerry Dolman G2G6 Pilot (168k points)
selected by Deb Durham
Thanks Jerry. Next time we have a reunion, I will let you know.
+5 votes

Cool pic, Dave! Do the three dogs up front count as grandchildren? (They would for me! smiley)

by Pip Sheppard G2G Astronaut (2.2m points)

They would for me too. Dogs were always part of the family. They were puppies from one of the farm dogs, and of course the younger members couldnt keep away from them.laugh

The would for me too, they  are adorable amazing photo of everyone thank you for sharing
+5 votes
I have a similar picture, with mu Uncle (the photographer) in it, with an Aunt taking the picture. Including the 2 missing, there are 24 people represented. 19 of them are still alive.
by Dave Welburn G2G6 Pilot (124k points)
+6 votes
Tom, thank you for sharing this beautiful family picture. It is so hard to get all of the family together for a picture these days, that I would consider this picture a miracle.

According to your explanation, there seems to be three generations.  You sure have a lot of people there for three generations.

I love the way everyone is so animated - AND everyone is smiling.

Great picture.

Thank you again for sharing.

Love your family!
by Cheryl Hess G2G Astronaut (1.6m points)
+3 votes
Nice photo Dave.   I also have been uploading family groups that are big enough to see faces.   Make sure you list the profile numbers of everyone in the picture.  You only need to upload the photo once for everyone.
by Bob Hanrahan G2G6 (8.0k points)

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