Genealogy antiques: original 19th c. lost family photos, documents and high resolution scans available for purchase from Debra Clifford, antique photography and ephemera dealer, located in Greenfield, Massachusetts.
A free to use website where you can list and search for lost, stolen, found, and wanted heirlooms. 'Heirloom Messaging' is a forum to help people solve their family history mysteries. There are a huge number of resources to help you search for your lost heirlooms. The News and Events section always welcomes further contributions. If you have a story or event please contact us.
For the discussion of family heirlooms and keepsakes including interesting stories regarding heirlooms and keepsakes in your possession and those heirlooms and keepsakes that are lost or found. Archives: browse or search.
My devotion to family history has led me to collect and preserve any old documents, memorial cards, photographs and vintage postcards that I have come across over time so that they can saved from being lost forever. I have extracted some of the names from them and begun to add them to a family tree so that I could research some of their backgrounds. Perhaps someone, one day will recognize a name.
Personalia deal in mainly British historical manuscripts, named photographs, portrait miniatures, medals and mementos of the 17th to 19th centuries. The business is specifically oriented towards historians and genealogists, and museums and archives.
A website linking genealogists to antique dealers and private collectors. Hundreds of family Bibles, named photos, wills, letters and diaries. Register and upload your GEDCOM to be automatically informed as items relating to your family are added.
The Bible of Ora Mae King and other items. Identify and claim. From the Tri-Cities, Washington, comprising Kennewick, Pasco, Richland and the surrounding communities of West Richland, Benton City, Prosser, Othello, Connell and Hermiston, Oregon.