A 50th Wedding Anniversary in May 2004 — Post 688 of (Not So) Wordless Wednesday

  I am unable to assist it, I am unable to do a wordless submit! That is one among my favourite pictures:  

This {photograph} was taken in Could 2004 in Little York (close to Milford), Hunterdon County, New Jersey on the residence of my first cousin, Jack Wooden and his spouse JoAn.  They’re within the center, Linda and I are on the best, and my first cousin (and Hack’s sister), Virginia (Wooden) Soule and her buddy Bob are on the left.  

We flew east to rejoice Jack and JoAn’s fiftieth wedding ceremony anniversary, after which do some sightseeing and family tree analysis in New Jersey, New York, Ontario and Pennsylvania.  That is the one time I have been to those states to do analysis, and it was fascinating and fruitful and enjoyable.

We stayed a number of nights at Jack and JoAn’s lovely residence within the woods and loved assembly their youngsters and grandchildren.  The anniversary occasion was held throughout the Delaware River in Easton, Pennsylvania with many household and mates in attendance.  The household got here again to the house for sharing time.  The subsequent day they drove us into the New York Metropolis space to see the Metropolis, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island from the New Jersey aspect.  I want I may keep in mind extra of the tales I heard on this go to!

Jack and Virginia, together with their brother Walter, have been the kids of Walter Hazlehurst and Evelyn (Seaver) Wooden.  Evelyn was my father’s older sister, and daughter of my grandparents, Frederick W. and Alma Bessie (Richmond) Seaver of Leominster, Massachusetts.

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