I don't think so.Geo, do you happen to have a Costco near where you live?
It would be interesting to uncover any photos of this subject area that are from our respective families. From what I have read, though, this seemed to be a practice that happened more commonly with children. I think this is because the elderly will have had a chance within their longer life to get a living photo of themselves. I think, with the older subjects, if there was a posthumous photo taken of them, it was to commemorate their posterity, and to always have a reminder of them. There are a couple of photos with younger children with their deceased parents or grandparents. However, this is only me postulating.We really didn't have this practice in our family or so I thought.
Well she might of been Pregnant and there are examples of Memento Pics of Women who died in Childbirth with their infants so maybe that might of had something to do with it although I think that was a one time thing. No other family members were remembered in this way. As for G-G- Grandma's pregnancy well I've never seen the photo and Grandma hasn't seen it since she was 13 and she says she never noticed if Grandma was pregnant or not.From what I have read, though, this seemed to be a practice that happened more commonly with children.
Geo, what did you mean by saying, "That photo has passed out of our side of the family?"