I found a great park in South Nampa for pictures. It turns out the Bride and Groom loved the setting. We met several hours before the big event and took photo’s.
Best Wishes to the happy couple!
Wow! It’s been awhile since I’ve posted a blog. This summer has been busy.. I quit doing the Project 52 photo challenge. It was just too much of a challenge getting a new photo each week. I take a lot of pictures. It is the word for the week that challenges me and trying to find a photo subject.
I shot a wedding, Senior photo’s and family this summer. We had a fun family reunion. We went to the Oregon Coast and I’ve made a few cards. Over the next few days I’ll share a few photo’s from all of the activities.
Alexander Kinghorn was born in Greenrigg (Greenridge), Lanarkshire, Scotland, 27 January 1839, sixth son and – ninth child of George Kinghorn, a coal miner, and his second wife, Elizabeth Watson . Greenridge near Whitburn, West Lothian (Lithgow) County, Scotland . His father had come from Newton, Midlothian (Edinburgh) County where George Kinghorn's ancestors had lived for generations . His mother was from Carnwath, Lanarkshire .
Alexander, his parents, and others of his family came to America about 1852, and settled in Belleville, Illinois . in
1854 the Campbell family came . In August 1859 . he married Jane Campbell whom he had known previously in Scotland . He had been a coal miner in the old country and so found employment in the mines at Belleville to obtain funds to bring his family to Utah .
In July we had a KINGHORN family reunion. Several family members live in Boise and surrounding area. Quite a few live in Eastern Idaho. We had family here from Idaho, Washington, Nevada and as far away as Texas. I’m looking forward to next years gathering.
I love my Family!