This site is dedicated to reuniting families with the memorabilia their
ancestors left behind.
Have you ever received a document, just to find out it didn't belong to any
branch of YOUR family tree?
Have you run across an old family Bible, but it isn't for YOUR family?
What about an old letter? Have you ever seen old photos, family Bibles or other
family memorabilia offered for sale in flea markets, antique shops, or auctions
and wondered if someone is looking for them?
If you have found someone else's family memorabilia and would like to see it
reunited with family members, read our Submissions Page.
Do you have family memorabilia you would like to share with other descendants
who may not know it even exists? If you'd like to share with others, contact
I will post a listing here, but proof of relationship will be necessary to obtain the object.
Posted: Sunday, February 28, 1999
I rescued a
from an antique store. The pictures are of
Nadine and Lucille DuPraw
Durange, LaPlata, CO 1920's/1930's
Names such as
Wuerz, Miller, Hill, Klahn, Schluter, Sieler
I need to get my money back, but I would like to see this go to descendants.
If this belongs to your family tree, contact me.
Posted: Monday, March 22, 1999
and information regarding
from around 1874 past the turn of the century. Another
family name (brother-in-law, niece, etc) was
in the Pueblo area) If you have unidentified African-American cowboys
from a similar era, I may be able to identify. Send a photocopy to 1150
Molly Road, Fairbanks, AK 99709-6301
Posted: Monday, April 05, 1999
I have a cc of
. Didn't know where to post my offer to give it to
first person who asks.
Posted: Monday, April 05, 1999
I have found a
that mentions two
in Colorado. I thought
this might help someone. I am a VERY distant relative of these SHED brothers
as my GGGGrandfather was their Great-Uncle.
Posted: Sunday April 17, 1999
left us by Great Aunt Ruby GRIGSBY who died in 1998 at age 96yrs.
She was born in Denver and lived in Lakewood, Colorado. She never married.
View them on theGoldmine Photo Pages.
If they are your family then contact
Lynn Waterman at:
Posted: Tuesday, April 27, 1999
Henry Grady Long
d in 40s b in Col. Wife's name
. They had two girls,
Mary Ruth and Linda. Linda M Hamilton, they had a son Mike. Bernice M Carter
. Would like to pass this album on.
Posted: Saturday, June 19, 1999
marked "Miss Addie Cooke, Silver Cliff, Colorado, March
Can't find this name anywhere. If this name is known to anyone please
Posted : Fri, 24 Dec 1999
BY: David Thompson
ABRANT - BOYD FAMILY BIBLE
I have the Peter & May ABRANT Family Bible presented to them by Peter's
parents in 1904. Within are a few photos, newspaper clippings and several
handwritten notes of the family birth / marriage / deaths / obituaries. The
family lived in the Colorado Springs, CO area in the 1900 - 1930's, with
the ancestors originating in Kansas. John William Abrant graduated from
Colorado High School in 1934.
I will gladly give this treasure to the family upon documented proof of
relationship. Contact David Thompson in Arvada, Colorado via e-mail at
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or call my work telephone
Posted: January 20, 2000
I have some old pictures of Nat, Bertha and Alton Due. The family moved from
Mt. Home AR. to Co. The pictures are in very good condition. The names on other
picture is; BILLING and KOONTY. I believe they are related to theTALBERT
family, too. Anyone interested, e-mail me.
Posted : Fri, 21 Jan 2000
BY: Norma Finley
I am in possession of a box of photos left in Sharon Spgs, Ks a few
years ago. There are greeting cards addressed to Marion C. Walther, Jr
ca. 1944, a graduation pic of Mary Joy to her brother Clair Walther
taken in Denver, Several grade school group pictures from late 1930's and
1940's of Edgewater and Washington Heights students. Would love to reunite
this box with some family member.
Posted : January 30, 2000
BY: Tammie Morris
I came across a picture of a 6 month old baby named Ralph Carr. He is wearing a
long gown. I don't know the date it was made but I would think 1900 or earlier.
On the front of the picture is the photographers name and address. G. W.
McDonald, 1337 Lorimar St., Denver, Colo.
View picture on theGoldmine Photo Pages
Posted : Sat, 5 Feb 2000
BY: Sharon Kenny
I have marriage certificates and a photo album that belong to someone's
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