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Dating photos by hairstyles

Published: 08.01.2017

In the midst of growing several award-winning websites over the past decade, she also served as the editor-in-chief of two national print magazin Unfortunately, there was no one left in my family to help identify the hundreds of faces on the thousands of photographs in the box.

Search Dating Ancestor Photos Through Clothing and Hairstyles.

The lady in the picture wears a hat which is combination of all these I've drawn.

Then after I have mulled over it, several hours of actual close study of the detail. My technique of using the costume as the main point of reference, may help you to date your own picture to within 5 years. Norman was told it was possibly an outing on Easter Sunday. I've been studying this photograph now for some hours, because it really does interest me in getting the date right. Approximations, not absolutes While all the clues you gather from appearance can be very helpful, they're not always precise.

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Norman was told it was possibly an outing on Easter Sunday. It was called 'The County Hotel' in those days and probably where Mountbatten stayed on his visits. Dating Ancestor Photos Through Clothing and Hairstyles Civil War Era Fashions for Women Clothing Typical features of Civil War era women's fashions were. The Kelly's Commander was Lord Louis Mountbatten and every Armistice day he came to Hebburn to take part in the march up to the Kelly grave in our cemetery.

We will date the photograph by that hat and I think it is But when you do manage to fit a few of the pieces together, just like a real puzzle, the whole picture becomes clearer.

    1. Ura_Bogdan - 12.01.2017 in 02:28

      The coat is typically Edwardian, and because a waist is in evidence, I think it is before By all fullness in sleeve heads was well gone.

      Antonio_Montenegro - 16.01.2017 in 10:29

      Member of Association of Professional Genealogists. See reference The men's trousers are straight, uncreased and uncuffed — the style of the early s.

      Daniel - 25.01.2017 in 04:09

      By all fullness in sleeve heads was well gone. This picture of old Hebburn was kindly sent to me by Norman Dunn who has a website of old photographs he has been collecting for many years.

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