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27 antique photos from the Gregory/Naylor family have been located!
Posted by: Robert D. King (ID *****9910) Date: February 24, 2011 at 09:01:12
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I have good news for the researches of the Gregory/Naylor family.
I have genealogical information about your family that came from their very hand.

If you are a relative then I have even better news for you. The information came on the back of some remarkable photos from the Gregory/Naylor family.

I am Robert D. King and in my travels, I see family photos lost in antique stores and for sale on ebay. I think that is sad knowing that there are family tree researchers and descendants, that would treasure those photos. So I have decided to try and do something about it by returning as many as I can to their rightful families.
So I buy photos with names and dates or places on them and list them on my webpage, so descendants of these lost souls can find them and bring them home. The thousands of photographs are mostly from the 1800's and include Tintypes, Daguerreotypes, Cabinet Cards, Carte-de-visites, Personal Picture Postcards, Photo Albums and Yearbooks.

Recently I located Twenty-One Gregory/Naylor Family photos
from Oneonta, New York

Here is what it says on the back of a few of the photos:

"My grandfather Herbert Naylor in a photo from Oneonta, New York." On the back it says he was buried in Lena Cemetery.
Written by Tom Greene

My grandmother Inez Gregory Naylor
in a photo from Oneonta, Otsego County, New York.
On the back it says she was buried in Lena Cemetery
Written by Tom Greene

Mrs. Lexter Gregory now in the Insane Asylum at Binghamton, New York.
Mother of Lester, Eleoy, Ralph and Harold Gregory.
The photo was taken in Oneonta, New York
in 1918 at the time of her marriage.

Nine people on a front porch of Captain P. B. Roys
in Hartwick, Otsego County, New York.
My great grandmother Lucy Sherman Naylor
married Captain P. B. Roys, following the early death
of my great grandfather John Naylor.
All three are buried in Lena Cemetery
Written by Tom Greene

Iva Branigan Barton

Mrs Wells Branigan = Sarah Titus Branigan
in a photo that was taken in Stamford, New York

Winefred Branigan Bragg on a postcard from New York City

There are fourteen more family photos
of men, women, children and whole families,
in photos mostly from Oneonta, New York

According to research John D. Naylor 1840 - 1892
Parents were William Naylor b. about 1797 and Elsie Potter
And he married Lucy Sherman born in 1841

P. B. Roys 1844 - 1916 married Lucy Sherman after 1892

Herbert W. Naylor was born on 29 Oct 1865
and died 1932 in Mt. Vision, Otsego Co., New York.
He married Inez E. Gregory born 7 Jan 1869

Winifred Branigan married James Arthur Bragg b. 1889 in New York. They were married on 9 Oct 1913 in New York
Their children include Norman Bragg.

You might want to use this information
to update your family information.

However, if you or anyone you know might want
to purchase these heirlooms
and bring it back into the family,
please contact me at:

BobKing@NorthLink.com

Please feel free to check out your other family names:
http://fourkings.freeyellow.com/Page3.html

Thanks,
Robert D. King

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