Monday, 29 June 2009

Catherine Mary Browning


Catherine was the youngest of the four sisters and was to remain separated from her older two sisters for most of her life, by The North Atlantic Ocean. She did not see them for over 40 years but was the one who tracked down their father in 1965, in Deal. In the mid 1930's he had started a new life with new 'wife' No 3 and no one knew where he was.

Thanks for looking, xx

5 comments:

Julia Dunnit said...

Oh the pink works so well! Isn't it intersting that although mostly 'secret' or not talked about, people's relationships weren't any less complicated than they are now!

Carmen said...

It does work really well. The dusky pink and the tones of the photograph. These stories you are gathering are so interesting just to me, a stranger so goodness knows what they must be like for you :)

LadyBug said...

Beautiful! I have a photo of my grandmother int he same pose. Loving the pink :)

Anne said...

Lovely layout - and what an absolutely beautiful photograph. How wonderful that you are recording all these stories.

my5bratz said...

what a gorgeous photo..I am amazed with all your info...what a gift you are creating for future generations...