These are photocopies of pictures of the Linnet and Gannon families of mid 1800s to early 1900s. The locations are probably Oklahoma, Kansas, and Missouri. I obtained them at a swap meet/flea market in Concord, Contra Costa County, Northern California San Francisco East Bay area.
Again, these are not actual pictures, they are photocopies. They are clear and good images of the people pictured. I am the genealogist for my family and I'd gladly take photocopies of my ancestors if that's all that was available.
Please read the entire description as I'll provide what info I have about the family.
One picture had the name "Hans Linnet" so being that the name is not a common one, I went to Ancestry .com to see if I could find him. He was there and according to information that a couple of researchers submitted, members of his family match the names on the other photocopies. All the information related to the areas of Oklahoma, Kansas, and Missouri.
Info from Ancestry .com:
Hans Ergen Michael Linnet (1848-1935) married Julia Elizabeth Stier (1856-1918). They had 10 children. One of their daughters was Elizabeth Katherine Linnet and she married James Allan Gannon. Elizabeth and James had 9 children including a son named David and a daughter named Eliba. Also among their 9 children were 4 boys and I believe they are the 4 in the photo marked Gannon boys.
Also 4 of their children were named Bill, Eliba, Goldie, and Ruth. See photo with horse and mule.
Comments on pictures:
Mother's Great Grand Father Hans Linnet (about 25 years)
Grandma Gannon 1905 and Grandpa Gannon 1900 in double frame
Aunt Eliba & Uncle Dave 1911
Going to school 1920, Bill on Jet, Eliba Goldie and Ruth on Doc.
picture of older couple says "about 1940"
Miss Tipton, teacher 1920
All photocopies are in frames. Each frame has a glass top over the pictures. When mailed, I will wrap the pictures in bubble wrap and other supplies to try to protect the glass covers. I will also label the box with 'Fragle" stickers. However, once I deliver the box to the post office, it's up to them to handle the box in a careful and responsible manner. BUT, use caution when opening the box just in case a glass cover does get broken during shipping.
Due to the weight, delivery will be via USPS Flat Rate Priority Mail from Nevada. Buyer to pay delivery charges of $9.95.
I gladly combine shipping on multiple items purchased, as long as all items will fit into a single box. It is best if possible to contact me first to let me know which items you'll be purchasing so that I can adjust the shipping charges, otherwise at checkout you will be charged the full shipping fee for each item. Should that happen, and if appropriate to do so, I refund a portion of those charges.
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All items in my listings come from either estate or garage sales. I do not know if they came from homes where smoking or pets were present. All items are sold in the same condition as when I received them.