Friday, July 5, 2013

Photo Number 1272

This is a Real Photo Postcard from the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.
Iowa Picnic 1907 Postcard DL Ant
At the Iowa Picnic June 19 –‘07 at T. Doherty’s
Iowa Picnic 1907 PostcardDL Ant back
Mildred Coyle  ?   Christine Sand   ?  The card was addressed to Mildred Coyle Garvin, Minn
Garvin Minnesota is in Lyon County in Southern Minnesota.

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Update from Iggy:
A Leon Taylor married Mildred M Coyle (b. December 11 1882) in Garvin, MN on August 19, 1909.

Mildred M. Taylor died on 28 Mar 1946 after working at the Minnesota State Public School (School For Dependent And Neglected Children Of Minnesota) as a house mother. She was widowed by 1920 - and left with a young daughter named Mildred J. (b. 1914).

Christine Sand nee' Bredeviren (7 Aug 1883 - 5 Feb 1943) also lived in Lyon county and is buried about 5 miles from Garvin (Find A Grave Memorial# 66121908).


 Vivienne Rose Cutter nee' Doherty (30 Nov 1887 - 27 Sep 1947 in Tracy, Lyon, Minnesota). Vivienne might be one of the "?"

Thomas R. Doherty was Vivienne's uncle (her father Simon B.'s brother). The Doherty's were from Franklin County, Iowa. Thomas retired from his farm and moved to Northfield, Rice County, Minnesota.

6 comments:

  1. A Leon Taylor married Mildred M Coyle (b. December 11 1882) in Garvin, MN on August 19, 1909.

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  2. Mildred M. Taylor died on 28 Mar 1946 after working at the Minnesota State Public School (School For Dependent And Neglected Children Of Minnesota) as a house mother. She was widowed by 1920 - and left with a young daughter named Mildred J. (b. 1914).

    Christine Sand nee' Bredeviren (7 Aug 1883 - 5 Feb 1943) also lived in Lyon county and is buried about 5 miles from Garvin (Find A Grave Memorial# 66121908).

    She and Mildred were the same age, so I would assume the picnic was either a school or church affair.

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  3. I suspect T. Doherty was Vivienne Rose Cutter nee' Doherty (30 Nov 1887 - 27 Sep 1947 in Tracy, Lyon, Minnesota). Vivienne might be one of the "?"

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  4. Ahhh, Iggy. Once again, finding all those missing details. Bravo!

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  5. I glitched the T. Doherty comment. Thomas R. Doherty was Vivienne's uncle (her father Simon B.'s brother). The Doherty's were from Franklin County, Iowa. Thomas retired from his farm and moved to Northfield, Rice County, Minnesota.

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  6. http://portal.omega-mgt.com/public/SiteView.aspx?siteId=25&menuid=13 has a photo of Vivienne Rose on it. I think she may be the one on the far right!

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