Sunday, March 18, 2018

Photo Number 2889

This is a CdV from the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.
AM Pwalker DL ant
AMPawalker DL ant back
A M  Parker??  Age 27
The photographer is Luther Moulton in Beaver Dam Wisconsin
AMPawalker DL ant back
I found a Photographer named  Luther Moulton in Beaver Dam working in the years 1871-1876.
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Update:
A possibility
Addison Melvin Parker
Birth 23 Apr 1847
Trenton, Dodge County, Wisconsin, USA
Death 18 May 1899 (aged 52)
Beaver Dam, Dodge County, Wisconsin, USA
Oakwood Cemetery

3 comments:

  1. Lots of Parker's in Beaver Dam WI. Perhaps?

    Addison Melvin Parker
    Birth 23 Apr 1847
    Trenton, Dodge County, Wisconsin, USA
    Death 18 May 1899 (aged 52)
    Beaver Dam, Dodge County, Wisconsin, USA
    Oakwood Cemetery

    Memorial ID 10079656

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    1. Seems like a good possibility. If he was born in 1847 and you add 27 years that makes it 1874...and the photographer was there then. :)

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    2. Addison Melvin Parker
      BIRTH 23 Apr 1847
      Trenton, Dodge County, Wisconsin, USA
      DEATH 18 May 1899 (aged 52)
      Beaver Dam, Dodge County, Wisconsin, USA
      BURIAL
      Oakwood Cemetery
      Beaver Dam, Dodge County, Wisconsin, USA
      PLOT Sec 1a
      MEMORIAL ID 10079656 · View Source

      MEMORIAL
      PHOTOS 1
      FLOWERS 2
      PARKER,- In this city, May 18, 1899, Mr. ADDISON MELVIN PARKER, aged 52 years and 25 days.

      The deceased was born in the town of Trenton, Dodge county, Wis., April 23, 1847, and was thus a pioneer boy of the county, being the oldest son of Mr. & Mrs. W. L. Parker. In 1878 he went to New York State, where he was in the lightening rod business, and resided in the East and Canada until 1897, when he returned to Wisconsin, residing in this city since last fall. Sept. 9, 1880, he married Mary E Cornell, at Napanee, Ontario, who, with one child, Harold, two years old, survive to mourn their loss, as do also his mother, two brothers, William E. and Edgar E. Parker, this city, a brother and sister ion IA, and a sister in MN, who have the sympathy of this community.

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