"The best known web site for this is Dead Fred. However, there are many other bloggers who feature what are commonly referred to as orphan photos. Julie does this on her excellent blog Who Will Tell Their Story. I also feature some orphan photos on…"
You don't mention it, but I suppose you have thought of trying to research your JETER ancestry through Y-DNA. I checked on the FamilyTreeDNA web site, and there is a JETER project with 7 names. Are you one of them?
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"Katie - It looks very much like a wedding portrait, but I doubt very much that it is from 1849. The only photographs available then were daguerreotypes, and this looks like a standard print in a carte de visite or cabinet card format to me. The…"
"Rachel - I think what you have is quite a mixture. The two portraits appear to have been mounted on an embossed card mount which is typical of something produced around or shortly after the turn of the century, say between 1897 and 1910. However,…"
"Hi Cyndi - Picasaweb sounds perfect for your requirements. You can upload quite a few photos for free, and specify if you want them to be public, unlisted, or private. In the last case, you can then send invites to your family members to view them.…"
"I collect old portait photographs, and images of them, by studios in the county of Derbyshire, England.
Derbyshire Photographers and Photographic Studios
I also collect other old photographs that catch my eye and are within my meagre budget/price…"