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My paternal grandfather, Versell E. Tuttle with Barton and Ruth Tuttle in about 1967 and probably on Christmas (compared to other photos from the same day). Versell was still married to Beulah at this time. They lived in Hamilton, Butler Co., Ohio. Versell was born in Laurel County, Kentucky.
My paternal grandmother, Beulah Fae (Parsley) and her son, Mark Tuttle in about 1967 during the holiday season in Hamilton, Ohio. I am guessing the year compared to other photos taken on the same day and by the age of Beulah's children. This photo was taken on either Thanksgiving or Christmas. It looks like Thanksgiving by the food on the table but it also looks like Christmas. My family has turkey for Thanksgiving and ham for Christmas. I only spent a couple of hours on just a few Christmas Eve holidays with Beulah as a very young child and again from the late 1980's to the early 1990's. I do not know about Beulah's house on Christmas Day because I have always been with my mother on Christmas Day. I may have been at Beulah's house on the Christmas Day holidays before 1969. I was too young to remember. My mother, Terry's family (Sositko and Cook) also has always had turkey on Thanksgiving and ham for Christmas.
Frances (Zlatykanicz) Grajkoski with her niece, Jean (Zlatykanicz) Hoskins, Jean's husband, Farmer and their children at the grave of Bertha (Zlatykanicz) Sositko in 1959 at St. Stephen's cemetery in Hamilton, Ohio. Bertha was the sister of Frances and Jean's father, Andrew Zlatykanicz. This photo was shared by Patty Dilg.
A photograph of a photo of Pleasant "Lee" and Margaret (Ray) Parsley. The original photo was taken in probably the 1920's in Laurel County, Kentucky. This a poor copy of the original photo. I would like to get a better copy of the photo. Pleasant was born in 1855, the son of Mary "Polly" (May) Parsley. Margaret was born in 1852, the daughter of John and Nancy (Hodge) Ray. They also lived in Harlan County, Ky.
Obituary of Andrew "Andy" Zlatykanicz in 1953. He died in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio. He was born in Muszyna, Poland (Austria-Hungary) in 1885. The son of Peter and Apolonia (Chmielowska) Zlatykanicz. Andy married Maggie Bukowska. His children in this obituary are Andrew Zlatykanicz, Alex Zlatykanicz, Stella Swartz (earlier she was Stella Mulford and later she was Stella Wirsch), Jennie "Jean" Roskewiecz [?] (later she was Jean Hoskins), and Helen Josephine Swartz. Andy's wife died while his children were still growing up. His sister, Frances Grajkoski (also spelled as Graycoski and etc.) decided to help Andy with his children because she didn't have any children of her own.
Dallas M. VanLieu and Pamela R. Tuttle (about 15 months old) in early 1968 (c.February 1968) in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio. Dallas and Pam were first cousins. I heard that Dallas was due to be born in August 1967 but he was born in September 1967 instead. His parents names are Shirley Tuttle and Michael Van Lieu. Pamela was born in November 1966. Her parents names are Terry Cook and Elvin Tuttle. It looks like Pam is trying to kiss and comfort Dallas because he's crying. There are a lot of pictures of these cousins together when they were very young but they did not continue to really know each other in later years.
Cousins, Pamela R. Tuttle ( 2 1/2 years old) and Dallas VanLieu in 1969 at Fantasy Farm in Middletown, Butler County, Ohio (one of the well known theme parks in the greater Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio surrounding area). It later became adjacent to the Americana Amusement Park (at the former LeSourdsville Lake Amusement Park which seemed to have been in both Middletown and Monroe cities in Butler County, Ohio). Pamela and Dallas lived in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio. Pamela was born in Nov. 1966 to parents, Terry A. Cook and Elvin C. Tuttle. Dallas was born in Sept. 1967 to parents, Shirley A. Tuttle and Michael VanLieu.
Pamela Renee Tuttle at about 2 1/2 or 3 years old in probably late 1969 and giving the Peace sign (from watching the Cool Ghoul of Cincinnati, Ohio on television). It's also known as the Victory sign. Someone put a wig on her head for the photo but her real hair is on her forehead. The daughter of Terry Ann Cook and Elvin Charles Tuttle. Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio
This is a picture Pleasant "Lee" "P.L." Parsley in about the 1920's. He was born in 1855 in Laurel County, Kentucky and died in 1932. He is buried in Wyatt's Chapel cemetery. He was the son of Mary "Polly" (May) Parsley. His father suppose to be William H. Parsley but it seems William was only the father of the first born child because he left Mary in 1849 (or very early 1850) because he's not living with her in the 1850 census. Lee married Margaret "Margret" Ray. They lived in both Harlan and Laurel Counties in Kentucky. They had several children. His son, Charlie Parsley (born in 1894) married Ruth Bowling. This picture originally has Margaret (Ray) Parsley in the photo with Pleasant Parsley but she appears too light in my photo copy of the picture. I would like to get a better copy.
Pamela Renee Tuttle at 4 years old in 1971. The daughter of Terry Ann (Cook) Bradley and her husband, James "Jim" Bradley. Pamela's real father was Elvin C Tuttle. Take notice to the German mugs (steins) in the background of the photo. They were mugs that Mark "Gene" Henry brought home from Germany for his mom, stepfather (& uncle) and his sisters in the 1950's. The mugs he brought home had the names Mom, Bud, Terry, Michaele and Sherry. The mug named 'Michaele' is not in this photo. The mug named 'Sherry' fell and broke around the time of this photo. Terry's family still has the mugs with the names Mom, Bud and Terry.
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