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Wordless Wednesday: Marks Hyamovitch

10 copyMarks Hyamovitch

 

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An adoptee who found both her maternal and paternal side 18 years ago, I began digging into my new found families past. The journey has been amazing connecting and reconnecting lost and found generations.

9 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Marks Hyamovitch

  1. who is this man?

    On Wed, Apr 15, 2020 at 7:41 AM Branches On Our Haimowitz Family Tree wrote:

    > Sharon posted: “Samuel Hyamovitch ” >

    1. Arline ~ You will see that I had mislabeled this photo and went back and fixed my error. It is of Marks, Samuels brother. Sorry for the confusion – much love, stay well and safe

  2. Under the picture is still labeled Samuel. =) I love the way the picture is dated! That’s clever. I think it’s wonderful that so many of the family had periodic portrait photos. And that you have copies, that’s a great miracle!

  3. Hi Sharon,

    I am not sure if you received my previous response. Are you looking for information about the descendants of Harry Ethelbert King of London, Ontario? I was a friend of his daughter Esther (King) Reep. Esther passed away in July 2003. I would be happy to share reminisces of Esther.

    Warm regards, Bryan Lavery

    >

    1. Hello ~ I do not believe or remember getting your response but will be passing this on to a cousin who descends from him. Thank you for reposting this information. I am actually not actively looking for information at this time.

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