Well I recognize Jammi and Grandpa, but I have no idea who the others are.
That's grandpa on the far left, correct? Looks like Scott and me. Handsome devil.
Yeah, I recognize Jammie and Grandpa (Robert Comish, of course). And the older couple on the right--Bammie and Bumpa?
I'm pretty sure that's Uncle Dave not Grandpa, Great grandpa Earl Crockett, Jammie, Aunt Margy, and Great grandma Della Crockett, I don't recognize the other older man.
That's not Dad's dad??? He looks an awful lot like him, even though I've never "seen" him.
Yep, your Grandpa (we called Daddy) took the picture, so he's not in it. Your mom had the others correct. The man on the far right is your great-great grandfather, George F. Comish. He died two years later. His home is still standing in Franklin, Idaho. Uncle Dave and Aunt Margy email me frequently.
I think Young Uncle Dave here at age 16 looks like a perfect fit for your family.
I was actually thinking myself that the guy who is Uncle Dave didn't look quite like the pictures I remember of Dad's dad. His hair is darker, isn't it?
So, Click Here to see the pedigree chart that highlights the ancestors.
So Bamie and Bumpa were Jammie's parents, right? And that's what they were called?
Bumpa was the first mission president over Central America. He built the first chapel there. Great-Grandpa Crockett was Vice President of BYU for many years and was acting president for awhile. As kids we would play "office" in the BYU president's office. Both were very great men.
Wow Dad (and Davy) you come from a very prestigious line of men! It's only natural that both of you are "big shots." Big shot lawyer, big shot (and crazy) endurance athlete.
Pretty cool. It's really interesting to me to learn about our heritage. Thanks for sharing, Uncle Dave. Someday I need to seriously get into all the geneaology (sp??) stuff.
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