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Offline Carole in Dallas

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Re: My Wylde Family Photos
« Reply #27 on: Saturday 01 August 20 16:23 BST (UK) »
Oh my goodness!  These are simply lovely!  I cannot thank you enough. 

Hugs of appreciation to all you!  Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
Wylde, Barrow, Andrews, Tracy, Tracey, Cocks, Dowdeswell, Roland, Steyner, Fewtrell, Gambuti, Nurmi, Haring, Requa, Blauvelt, Smith, Shirley, Kemp, Withey, Requa, Snider, Blauvelt, Sherwood, Yeury, Blaunch, Bell, Graham, Smith, Riker, Everetts, Bogaert, Everts, Evertse, Glaes, Laurens, Boogaertman, Cozyns

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Re: My Wylde Family Photos
« Reply #28 on: Saturday 01 August 20 16:26 BST (UK) »
I need an opion.

Which of these two are actually my grandfather based on the photo I uploaded when he was a bit older?

So confusing! 
Wylde, Barrow, Andrews, Tracy, Tracey, Cocks, Dowdeswell, Roland, Steyner, Fewtrell, Gambuti, Nurmi, Haring, Requa, Blauvelt, Smith, Shirley, Kemp, Withey, Requa, Snider, Blauvelt, Sherwood, Yeury, Blaunch, Bell, Graham, Smith, Riker, Everetts, Bogaert, Everts, Evertse, Glaes, Laurens, Boogaertman, Cozyns

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Re: My Wylde Family Photos
« Reply #29 on: Saturday 01 August 20 16:35 BST (UK) »
For what it's worth - the child on the right.
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Re: My Wylde Family Photos
« Reply #30 on: Saturday 01 August 20 16:48 BST (UK) »
I would also say that the one on the right. Both have the ears, it's just that the child on the right is not as full on to the camera.

Add - note that the shoulders are slightly turned
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Re: My Wylde Family Photos
« Reply #31 on: Saturday 01 August 20 19:45 BST (UK) »
One is 3 years old and one if 5 years old.  Does the one on the right look to be 3 vs. 5 years old? Now that I look at it again, I do see where the one on the right is my grandfather.  I am glad I uploaded this photo here!  I had put the boy on the girl's memorial on findagrave.

Thanks all!  YOU have helped me tremendously! Where in the world did they get those ears?  I had to smile!

Here he is in his 20s.  He was always a "dapper" dresser.  All dressed up to walk through the park!
Wylde, Barrow, Andrews, Tracy, Tracey, Cocks, Dowdeswell, Roland, Steyner, Fewtrell, Gambuti, Nurmi, Haring, Requa, Blauvelt, Smith, Shirley, Kemp, Withey, Requa, Snider, Blauvelt, Sherwood, Yeury, Blaunch, Bell, Graham, Smith, Riker, Everetts, Bogaert, Everts, Evertse, Glaes, Laurens, Boogaertman, Cozyns

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Re: My Wylde Family Photos
« Reply #32 on: Saturday 01 August 20 20:06 BST (UK) »
One other quick question.

I would love to use your restorations on my tree on ancestry.com, findagrave.com and familysearch.org and wanted ask permission to do so.  Also, how would you like for me to state the credit?  Thanks again!

These are stunning and I am thrilled to have these for my family to share now. 
Wylde, Barrow, Andrews, Tracy, Tracey, Cocks, Dowdeswell, Roland, Steyner, Fewtrell, Gambuti, Nurmi, Haring, Requa, Blauvelt, Smith, Shirley, Kemp, Withey, Requa, Snider, Blauvelt, Sherwood, Yeury, Blaunch, Bell, Graham, Smith, Riker, Everetts, Bogaert, Everts, Evertse, Glaes, Laurens, Boogaertman, Cozyns

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« Reply #33 on: Saturday 01 August 20 22:31 BST (UK) »
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   P.S. The Cornish Pasty was 227 grams , 569 Kcal of deliciousness, so some more :P :P :P :P :P

             

I had to look up what a Cornish Pasty was!  I looked on allrecipes.com to see how to make it.

With everyone being so shut in here in Texas, it might be fun to try a new dish.  Does this recipe look like a good one?

https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/12246/cornish-pasty/?internalSource=hub%20recipe&referringContentType=Search&clickId=cardslot%201
Wylde, Barrow, Andrews, Tracy, Tracey, Cocks, Dowdeswell, Roland, Steyner, Fewtrell, Gambuti, Nurmi, Haring, Requa, Blauvelt, Smith, Shirley, Kemp, Withey, Requa, Snider, Blauvelt, Sherwood, Yeury, Blaunch, Bell, Graham, Smith, Riker, Everetts, Bogaert, Everts, Evertse, Glaes, Laurens, Boogaertman, Cozyns

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Re: My Wylde Family Photos
« Reply #34 on: Saturday 01 August 20 22:42 BST (UK) »

             " wanted ask permission to do so.  Also, how would you like for me to state the credit?  Thanks again! "

          You've got my permission, and just credit RootsChat Restorers or something. :D

              "  Does this recipe look like a good one? "

          Don't know ??? ??? ???  I'll eat anything ;D

            Some of the variants  look very interesting especially with Rutabaga  :D :D :D :D

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Re: My Wylde Family Photos
« Reply #35 on: Sunday 02 August 20 00:38 BST (UK) »
Carole in Dallas.  I don't think you need my permission as I was tinkering with your own photographs. If you do, then you have it as I'm grateful for the opportunity to practice the repairing and restoring of pix which I can then apply to my own family's collections.   Half my family have sticky out lugs, including me and only my youngest sister had hers 'normalized' by a plastic surgeon at Canniesburn hospital, Bearsden, nr. Glasgow when she was 12 years old as she was bullied and mocked at her school.  A very simple 'cut' of some cartilage was all that was needed.  My brothers and I suffered the same but learned to fight, my usual response to ' Loppy Lugs' and ' Nelly the Elephant' and ' Hoi, Big Ears, where's Noddy?' was ' you may well laugh but they're not half as funny as your broken nose.'
Here's what James would have looked like if he had had the operation.
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