Last week we asked you to send in your oldest family photos as part of a weekly competition to win a free photo consultation with Maureen Taylor, the Photo Detective. This week, we would like to see your photos with the largest number of family members.
We also want to thank everyone who submitted beautiful images showcasing their family history. We received hundreds of photos from around the world, dating back to the 1850s!
Congratulations to Janice Moerschel who sent in this photo of her relative Eunice Baldwin Whedon from Branford, New Haven, Connecticut. You can see her photo consultation with Maureen Taylor here.
It was difficult to choose a winner from the photos submitted. View all the entries on our Pinterest board here.
However, the competition isn't over. This week, we're giving one lucky winner a chance to win another free photo consultation with Maureen.
How to enter:
This week, we're looking for the largest group family photo. What's the most family members you've been able to get into one photo? The photo can be from a recent family reunion or event, or even a group shot of your ancestors.
Email entries with the subject “Largest Family Photo” to firstname.lastname@example.org by August 22 and include the date/year that it was taken. The winner will be announced next week.
Entries are subject to photo competition terms and conditions detailed below*. The consultation will take place via Google Hangout and the competition is open to all.
Don't forget to visit our “Treasure Family Photos” website and upload your family photos today to preserve them for future generations, and learn about your family history.
The MyHeritage team
*Photo competition: Do not send photos that are you do not own the rights to or those for which you do not have permission to use. MyHeritage is not responsible for photos that may be transferred without consent. The competition is open to all. Any photo received by MyHeritage for this competition may be used by MyHeritage on social media channels and for other marketing purposes now and in the future.
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