Sunday, October 26, 2014

Photo Number 1729

This is a photo from Craig’s Collection.
Craigs   Family group
Looks like a little get together.
Craigs   Family group back
402 Muench St
Harrisberg
Mother + Dad Smyser
Uncle Dan Buchanan
Anna
Ardella
Mildred
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Update from Iggy:

The 1910 US Federal Census shows George W Smyser (b. Sep. 25, 1871 d. Sep. 4, 1944) and his wife Annie J Smyser nee Buchanan (b. Jan. 20, 1872 d. May 15, 1955) living at 402 Muench St, Harrisburg, Dauphin, Pennsylvania with their children:

Ardella C (February 2, 1900 - December 23, 1989)
Anna M (December 28, 1901 - August 1986)
Mildred Elizabeth (February 10, 1904 - November 14, 1996 in Pasadena, California), and 
Harry D (b. Jun. 23, 1905 d. Apr. 4, 1921 : Find A Grave Memorial# 40619948).

Mildred married Evert Carl Hokanson (2 May 1908 in Michigan - 20 Sep 1996 in Los Angeles)
Ardella Catherine married William Albrecht Davis.

Anna May married Brightbill Samuel Armstrong and later, Elmer Eshelman

George's middle name was Walter.

From the birth dates the photo must have been taken in the summer of 1904.

5 comments:

  1. The 1910 US Federal Census shows George W Smyser (b. Sep. 25, 1871 d. Sep. 4, 1944) and his wife Annie J Smyser nee Buchanan (b. Jan. 20, 1872 d. May 15, 1955) living at 402 Muench St, Harrisburg, Dauphin, Pennsylvania with their children:

    Ardella C (February 2, 1900 - December 23, 1989)
    Anna M (December 28, 1901 - August 1986)
    Mildred Elizabeth (February 10, 1904 - November 14, 1996 in Pasadena, California), and
    Harry D (b. Jun. 23, 1905 d. Apr. 4, 1921 : Find A Grave Memorial# 40619948).

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    1. Mildred married Evert Carl Hokanson (2 May 1908 in Michigan - 20 Sep 1996 in Los Angeles)

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    2. Ardella Catherine married William Albrecht Davis.

      Anne May married Brightbill Samuel Armstrong and later, Elmer Eshelman

      George's middle name was Walter.

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    3. You couldn't hope for a photo with a clearer set of hints than that! Iggy zoomed right to the spot. Here's hoping this involves a quick turn-around to a Full Circle story!

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  2. It is a neat old shot and the info being so available is such a great thing.

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