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Black cat with purple eyes (Black and Tan). My mother was a black cat, and it is not clear to me if this picture is of my grandmother or not. When I ask my mom, she says that it could have been. She has been asked about it in other ways by other family members, so it must have been. I always thought that it was a black cat.

I have no idea if this picture is of my mother's family. The cat seems to have both black and tan markings in the eyes. My mother's father was a black cat with brown eyes, so the markings are definitely present in this cat.

I have never seen a cat like this before. Is this actually a "black and tan" cat? It looks like it could have been a Siamese, but it does not look like a Siamese. It also doesn't look like a black cat. Is it likely that this is one of my great-grandmothers?

Does it look like the cat in this photo, but with the other markings on its face?

This is not a Siamese, not a black cat, and is not my great grandmother's cat. I am not familiar with Black &, Tan cats, but from your picture, it looks like it might have had markings on the head and on the top of its ears. If this is the case, it's possible it could have been a Black &, Tan.

My mother's father was a black cat with brown eyes, so the markings are definitely present in this cat. My mother says that the cat looks like the father. My mother was born in 1920, so if the markings were present, they must have been there when my mother was born.

My mom is not sure if it is the same cat from the photo. The cat looks very different now, having gone gray. There is no indication that the cat was black with blue eyes in the past.

Thank you so much for your time and information. I think it's probably not my great grandmother's cat. My mother says that the markings on the face and the ears are present, but my mother was born in 1925. That does not expln why the cat looks different.

If this is not my great grandmother's cat, could this be one of my great grandfather's cats? My mother says that her grandfather used to take care of cats in the early 1900's. It was not uncommon at the time for people to own multiple cats, but I cannot find any evidence of a cat in my family tree prior to my great grandmother's father.

My great grandfather's death certificate is dated May 4, 1919. My great grandmother's father, Edwin, died on May 2, 1925. This would suggest that the cat was alive, as well as well loved, for at least 8 years before my great grandfather's death. So, could the cat have been owned by my great grandfather?

This photo was taken by a nephew of my great grandfather. This is a small version of a larger photo, which shows both the cat and her kittens. I cannot find any other photos of this cat.

Another photo that I am unable to locate is a photo of the cat and kittens, taken in the 1940's. My great grandfather is in the background, holding the cats in his lap. My mother says that my great grandfather had a pet fish, as well. Could the photos be from my great grandfather's youth? I cannot find any photos of my great grandfather with the cat, his father, or any of his siblings.

In 1947, the cat had kittens that lived for only a few hours. All that remns are some photographs of the kittens, taken within days of the deaths. If these kittens are my great grandfather's cats, could the kittens be the same kittens that I am looking for, as well as the mother? (See the photos and note the name "Sue Ann" in the last photo.)

My great grandfather and father were in the Navy. The only time I have ever heard my grandfather say that my great grandfather owned a cat was when he was growing up in Kansas. He sd that he remembers his grandfather talking about his cat. My father told me that he remembers the story, too. My father and I have often discussed the possibility that my great grandfather had a cat, but have been unable to find any conclusive evidence of a cat owned by Edwin. Is this story, in fact, not true?

When I was in school, I wrote my great grandfather a letter asking about this cat. His reply included some personal information about my great grandfather that I had never heard. (See the letter below.) My mother also read this letter to me, as well as other letters that my great grandfather wrote to her. My mother believes that this cat had a big effect on her great grandfather. Could there be more to this story? Is it possible that a cat owned by Edwin is buried somewhere in California? If so, I would like to contact the cemetery where it is buried.

I'm very interested in this story. Thank you for sharing it with me. I hope that you will continue to share this story and, perhaps, provide answers to questions that I am not able to answer on my own. I will be posting new questions periodically, and I hope you will also continue to answer them.

I'm trying to find any information about Edward and Emily Kinsman. My great grandfather, Edgar Kinsman, and great aunt, Louise Kinsman, were married in California in 1900. However, the record that I've found is inconclusive. My great grandfather was not born in California, but in Kentucky. Also, my great grandfather, Edgar, died in 1926 in San Jose, California. In my research, I've found the following records regarding California: the 1906 U.S. Census record (which lists only Emily Kinsman as being in California), and the 1910 U.S. Census record, which includes Louise Kinsman and Edward Kinsman as being in California. These two records appear to conflict with each other. The other records, which include other family members, do not contn any information about California. My great grandfather, Edgar, might have visited California for other reasons, and the records avlable to me do not state that his visit was solely to visit family.

I'm trying to find any information about Edward Kinsman. My great grandfather, Edgar Kinsman, and great aunt, Louise Kinsman, were married in California in 1900. However, the record that I've found is inconclusive. My great grandfather, Edgar, died in 1926 in San Jose, California. In my research, I've found the following records regarding California: the 1906 U.S. Census record (which


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