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This entry is part 1 of 9 in the series Treasures and Curiosities

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  1. Miriam Robbins Midkiff

    I very much enjoyed the story behind the locket, Pam!
    .-= Miriam Robbins Midkiff´s last blog ..The Clock, the Chart, and the Compass Rose =-.

  2. Granny Pam

    Thanks Miriam. I’m lucky and happy to have it.

  3. Harriet Brumley

    What a treasure you have with the locket and the wonderful note.
    .-= Harriet Brumley´s last blog ..Marriage License from Georgia Archives 1 =-.

  4. M. Diane Rogers

    What a lovely present you received! Thank you for sharing its story. Looking forward to another installment.

    And thank you for mentioning my blog too. We have a number of Jeans, Jennies, Jeanettes and Janes in our family – no Jennifers though.

  5. Granny Pam

    Harriet, I agree, a treasure. Diane, I knew when I saw the title of your blog, it was for me. After all, Jane was my aunt. Perfect..

  6. M. Diane Rogers

    And Canadian too!

  7. Granny Pam

    Well, the Jane that was my aunt was born in Cadillac, Michigan. However, the Jane that was my great-grandmother was Canadian, born in Grey, Huron, Ontario. A beautiful place that I have visited. (Sorry to split hairs, it’s the nit-picky quality inspector me!)

  8. M. Diane Rogers

    No worries!

  9. Ted Servis

    Jane Johnston was my mother’s great aunt. I remember Pam wearing this locket to my mother’s funeral.

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