Summers Clan

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© Frank Summers
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In Family there is Strenght

Found this old photo, I was told it's the Summers'. No names or dates on it. I will have too take it to the next Summers Reunion.

Any guess on the year?
Found some info on the people:
Oldest in Pic is Hugh Summers(Great Great Grandfather), Sitting behind him is John Summers (Great Grandfather) to his left is Hugh Jr and right is Jim, Left of Hugh Jr is Sam. Still working on the rest.

18 responses

  • Regenia Brabham

    Regenia Brabham (Deleted) gave props (25 Nov 2009):

    My guess is 1890. I love these old images. What a find!

  • Richard Knight

    Richard Knight (Deleted) said (25 Nov 2009):

    1890-1910. Hairstyles (men and women), close shaves (only one beard), good nutrition, presence of teeth (few sunken cheeks), men's shirt collars, and ladies' dresses are a few of the clues. (No Civil War service medals, however.) Any female re-enactor (of this period) could pin this down for you. Identifying the people should not be a problem if you already have the generations identified. The patriarch and matriarch are obviously on the second row in the middle. Identify them, and the rest will be easy, especially as some of the men closely resemble the patriarch.

  • Frank Summers

    Frank Summers   said (25 Nov 2009):

    Thanks Richard!

  • daniele castellucchio

    daniele castellucchio   gave props (26 Nov 2009):

    a piece of history!

  • April Pittman

    April Pittman gave props (28 Nov 2009):

    Nice find love to look at pics like this

  • John Linton

    John Linton gave props (19 Dec 2009):

    Oh YEAH! Rad!

  • Jerry Pittman

    Jerry Pittman gave props (22 Dec 2009):

    A cool find. Keep us posted. GMV

  • Zerina Phillip

    Zerina Phillip gave props (27 Dec 2009):

    Wonderful old portrait.

  • Richard Knight

    Richard Knight (Deleted) said (31 Dec 2009):

    Back to vote. Let me know if you identify them.

  • Zerina Phillip

    Zerina Phillip gave props (12 Jan 2010):

    Back to vote.

  • Massimo Bardelli

    Massimo Bardelli   gave props (15 Jan 2010):

    Yes my vote

  • Leslie Hunziker

    Leslie Hunziker   gave props (28 Jan 2010):

    Is that Rob Roy in the middle?!

  • Garry Hayes

    Garry Hayes said (31 Jan 2010):

    The larger the family the more offspring. That's strength in numbers.

    The dress of the older women looks more like the 1890's and the younger women seem to have dress from 1905-1910. I work for a group of Museums in Saskatchewan and I see a lot of these styles from the different periods.

  • Rob Roy

    Rob Roy (Deleted) gave props (1 Feb 2010):

    Awesome entry-- I love these old family shots... most people do!!

  • Winky Vivas

    Winky Vivas (Deleted) gave props (5 Feb 2010):

    Outstanding entry for the theme! Voted!

  • Karen Foto Fiddler

    Karen Foto Fiddler (Deleted) gave props (6 Feb 2010):

    Oh yes! I VOTE! An irreplaceable generational photo!

  • je suis moi

    je suis moi   gave props (5 Apr 2010):

    I have an old pix like that to and like u dont have all the names. My guess 1890's How quickly we loose these names. A real keepsake.

  • Edwin Serrano

    Edwin Serrano said (4 May 2010):

    A NICE FIND ICE IS LOOKING INTO IT !!! GOOD WORK BOYS.

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