|dee_burris (dee_burris) wrote,|
@ 2012-08-27 01:17 pm UTC
|Entry tags:||burris, crites, pettit, photo;burris, photo;crites, photo;pettit, treasure chest thursday|
I went to my dad's house last week, and took my aunt (his "big" sister) along for the ride.
Along the way, I asked her how she met her husband, and got a new little tidbit of information for the family archives.
Went graving at St. Joe Cemetery, which I refer to as the Burris burying ground. Found Aunt Margaret Jane Burris Moore's stone and photographed it.
After lunch at Dad's, we wandered downstairs and I spied a couple of photos I didn't have in our electronic archives.
A photo of my step-mom's dad in 1956 with his dog, Lonesome.
Paul Pettit, with Lonesome
There was one of Aunt Emma, and her husband, Tom Crites, taken about 1935. They don't look 50 years old to me.
Dora Emma Burris and Walter Thomas "Tommy" Crites
I asked my step-mom to scan and email the pics.
Got them today.
And a bonus.
When I called to thank her, dad answered the phone. I asked him about this last one, which is a photo of my dear step-mom on her 60th birthday.
He said he had been out and about and just ran by a store that made birthday cakes.
When he got it home, my step-mom told him it was the first birthday cake she ever had.
So this one is precious to all of us...