Sunday, August 16, 2020

15 People Showed Photos of Their Ancestors, Who They Are Insanely Proud Of

Sometimes we seem to ditch the very fact that our ancestors wont to be as young as us which they need to be achieved tons in their lifetime. you'll not even realize it, but your grandfather could are a cool skater or your grandmother could have dated a famous actor. Maybe she wont to be famous too.




We decided to find out more about the past of our ancestors and that we have found tons of facts that made us pleased with them.



1. “My grandma in the 1920s. Stories of her skating were my favorite ones to listen to.”


© wensleydale99 / reddit




2. “My dad and his friends in front of his 1972 442 Oldsmobile that he still owns today, circa 1982”


© LTexas95 / reddit



3. “My parents on their wedding day — my mom was *scandalous* for wearing black to her wedding.”


© meinonan / reddit



4. “Sure wish I could be as cool as my mom was in 1987.”


© Demonicdaisies / reddit



5. “My mom ran away and joined the circus at 18.”


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© AngelOfPassion / imgur




6. “My grandpa met and picked up my hitchhiking grandma in this car while traveling across the country.”


© omgitsmittnacht / reddit



7. “Skating Granny in late 1980s”


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8. “My grandmother on a date with Elvis in the 1960s”


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9. “My grandpa, an extra in one of the most famous movies of all time, It’s a Wonderful Life. He’s the tall gentleman in the back.”


© Barbrickey17 / reddit



10. “This is my grandpa’s cousin. She was a famous trick rider and she’s in the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame.”


© DLawson1017 / reddit



11. “My mom and Arnold on a date in the ’70s”


© allaccountstakenfml / reddit




12. “My dad on set directing a commercial with the famous sad clown, Emmet Kelly”


© stecklese / reddit



13. “My grandmother, mother, and me wearing the same Dirndl in 1969, 1984, and 2018”


© sh2os / reddit



14.“My great-grandma (second from the right) and her sister (far left) as actresses in a silent movie in the 1920s”


© musiclife46 / reddit



15. “My 60-year-old grandma did this.”


© Imperial95 / reddit


Do you have any family members whose past makes you really proud of them? Tell us about them in the comment section!