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My Mom with me (left), Mike (top) and Jim (bottom right)
My grandmother, Elizabeth Keating, in 1912 at the age of 16
My grandfather, John McIlree, during the first world war
My mother, Mary Veronica McIlree, 1924
My maternal grandparents.
This is my mother at a family member's farm on Long Island.
This is my great-grandmother, my grandmother's mother, at the 1939 Worlds Fair in Flushing, New York
Here is my mother, her brother, John, and their mother.
My mother's high school graduation picture.
My Dad, Buddy Brown, in uniform
My Dad with his mother, Alexandra O'Connell
Dad and his best friend, Lou Hofmann
My parents' wedding picture, February 7, 1948
My Mom and Dad, Mae and Bud Brown
My paternal grandmother, Alexandra O'Connell
My paternal grandfather, my father's stepfather, John (Jack) O'Connell
My brother, Michael, and me
This is an early picture of me.
In the carriage
In the highchair
With my Dad
I think this was Easter
With my Mom
At the age of 2 or 3
Already knew how to pose!
Proof that I was destined to marry a sailor
With my brother, Mike, on Easter Sunday. I was 3 and I actually remember that little purse.
That's me on the left with my friend, Kathy
Kathy on the left, me on the right
I was 4 in this picture (with my brother, Jim, in the background)
I carried this picture of Kathy and me in my wallet for years
I was 5 here
This is the goofiest picture! That's Mike, Jim and me with the doll over my face.
My cousin, Roseanne, and me
My friend, Cecelia, me and my brother, Jim. This was shortly before we moved to Long Island in 1960.
First Holy Communion Day, with my grandmother. I couldn't smile because I was missing my two front teeth!
My First Holy Communion portrait
Graduation from Sacred Heart School. I was 13.
High School graduation, June 1971
August 23, 1975
Our wedding portrait
The bride and groom
Me with my Dad
The handsome groom!
I always thought this was a pretty picture
My husband, Bill, in our first apartment (I like yellow kitchens!).
Me, shortly after we were married.