Monday, March 31, 2014

Photo Number 1530

This is a Cabinet Card from Craig’s Collection.
Yoders two names CP
J. P. King of Waterloo Iowa was the photographer.
Yoders two names backCP
We have two names on the back.  Mr + Mrs Tobias Yoder, they may have been the recipients of this photo.
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This photo went Full Circle 132 on November 13, 2015

Sunday, March 30, 2014

Photo Number 1529

This is a Cabinet Card from Craig’s Collection.
Yoder CP
The photographer is D.L. ?halley of Berne IND.
This cabinet card was most likely taken about 1895.
Yoder back CP
Aunt Sarah  Mrs. Enoch Yoder
We had a baby named Elda V Yoder a few weeks ago who had her photo taken in Johnstown, PA. That was photo number 1515.  They are probably not related.  Berne Indiana had a large Mennonite Community in the late 1800’s.
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There is another name here it is.
Yoder back CP
Off to the left is the name Reusser
Update from Iggy: The lady standing is most likely Adeline Fox Yoder  1881 -1951
Sarah Krehbiel nee Reusser. 1870 -1923
From that info I think Sarah is standing and  Adeline Fox Yoder is sitting down. 

Saturday, March 29, 2014

Photo Number 1528

This is a Cabinet Card from Craig’s Collection.
Louisa Graves CP
The Photographer was E.S. Tray of Jackson Michigan
Someone wrote on the Cabinet Card Louisa Graves
If they knew Louisa why didn’t they know the gentleman?
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Photo Number 999 is of Archibald Markellar Graves.  It is marked in the same green pen.

Friday, March 28, 2014

Photo Number 1527

This is another Cabinet Card from Craig’s Collection.

Mett Harrison CP

A damaged Cabinet Card, yet if it is the only photo you have of relatives it can still be appreciated.

Ground Floor Studio 303 East Main Street   Abbey was the photographer in Kalamazoo, Michigan

Mett Harrison back CP

Mett Harrison

Not much of a clue but it is the only one on the back of the card.  This card is probably from around 1885 give or take a few years.  Did you notice his right hand? 

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Thursday, March 27, 2014

Photo Number 1526

This is a Cabinet Card from Craig’s Collection.
La Cross Wisc Cab Card CPCP
The Windsor. Cor. Windsor & Caledonia Sts.  N. LaCrosse, Wis.
I wonder if The Windsor was a hotel with its own photo studio?
La Cross Wisc Cab Card back CPCP
Mr + Mrs N E  Lafere (Dafore?) La Fore  Lacrosse Wis
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Update from grandmavickiann:
1900 Census
Napoleon E. Lafore and Olive Lafore, living in Sparta City, Wisconsin

Update from Iggy and grandmavickiann:
Napoleon and Olive's Children
The 1920 census shows Jesse to be a male child, and he later registered for the WWII draft.
 Jess Sylvester LaFore (26 Jan 1895 - May 1969)
Harry Edward LaFore (11 Aug 1896-3 Jan 1972)
Bessie La Veelia A LaFore (18 Jan 1901 - ?)

Vernon LaFore (2 Dec 1902 - Apr 1986 in Minnesota) 

Spenser M. LaFore (16 Feb 1905 - 22 Nov 1991) 

This photo went Full Circle 93 on November 19, 2014

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Photo Number 1525

This is a Cabinet Card from Craig’s Collection.

Estenberg St Paul CP

A Cabinet Card from the 1880’s sometime.  Osborne was the photographer with initials E and D at “The Gem Gallery” (Gems were small tintypes.)

Estenberg St Paul back CP

Jerry’s brother + wife

Gustaf Estenberg – 1880

St. Paul Minn

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Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Photo Number 1524

This is a Cabinet Card from Craig’s Collection.

Herbert Shaver CP

Mr. Herbert Shaver + wife

I will guess this was taken about 1895 because of the huge sleeves of her gown.  This may be an engagement or a wedding photo but there isn’t anything that points directly to that…flowers or rings.

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Monday, March 24, 2014

Photo Number 1523

This is a Cabinet Card from Craig’s Collection.

Clary St Charles Iowa CP

The Photographer is Atherton on the Ground Floor Charles City, Iowa

From the huge sleeves on the young gals gown we will estimate this photo was taken ion 1895.

We only have one more hint with this photo.

Clary St Charles Iowa back CP


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Sunday, March 23, 2014

Photo Number 1522

This is a Cabinet Card from Craig’s Collection.
Mr and Mrs Goddard and Rena CP
Mr and Mrs Goddard and Rena CP
Mr and Mrs Goddard and Rena
Burdin’s Art Studio Mazomanie Wis
Mazomanie is in Dane County Wisconsin, and one of it’s claims to fame is Mazo Beach where clothing is optional.
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Update from Iggy:
Henry J. Goddard (Dec 1838 - ) and his wife Abbie J. (Jun 1844 - )

Rena E. Bowman nee Goddard (18 Mar 1867 - 9 Sep 1954)  was the second wife of Joseph Johnson Bowman (Jun. 10, 1860 - Feb. 28, 1928). They married some time after 1900. 

Saturday, March 22, 2014

Photo Number 1521

This is a Cabinet Card from Craig’s Collection.
Bartlett  CP
A fine example of a Cabinet Card that has been tinted.
Bartlett back CP
Bartlett Sisters Emily and Annie
Saurman  was the photographer in St. Joseph, MO.
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Update from Susanna Rosalie:
There is a short biography published in 1918 about Herschel Bartlett (1841- 1920) and his brother William H. Bartlett (1845 - 1904). They had the Bartletts Brothers Investment & Loan Company in St. Joseph. A park in the town has been named after the Bartletts and the Mausoleum is a waymark.

From Iggy:
Hershel married Emilie P. Nye on July 23, 1883  and his younger brother David L. married Anna E. Oakes on March 2, 1881. They were sister-in-laws.

Friday, March 21, 2014

Photo Number 1520

This is a photo from Craig’s Collection.
agnes and Jennie and Parents CP
Two daughters and their parents.
agnes and Jennie and Parents back CP
Agnes Jones + Jennie Murray wi Parents Mr. + Mrs. Andreas Petersen
No clues as to where this photo was taken.  I think the photograph was most likely taken in the late 1920’s or early 1930’s.  The daughters look at least 40 ish and the parents at least 60 years of age maybe older.
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Update from Iggy:
The 1900 US census has this listing:

Andrew Peterson
Age: 53
Birthplace: Sweden
Home in 1900: Eureka, Humboldt, California
Immigration Year: 1885
Spouse's Name: Mary Peterson
Marriage Year: 1875

Andrew Peterson (Sep 1846) and his wife Mary Peterson nee Paul (Jun 1849) with two daughters, Jennie Peterson (30 Aug 1886/7 - 7 Apr 1981) and Agnes Marie Peterson (28 Jan 1889 - 13 Jan 1985).

From that, I found:

Agnes M. married Jesse Bartlett Jones (27 Nov 1884 - 22 Aug 1947 : Find A Grave Memorial# 71577399). They had at least 6 children (Evelyn A, Jessie M, Maxine B, Mervin B, Derald H, and Lois M).

Jennie P. (Find A Grave Memorial# 32722235) married Charles Kenneth Murray (Find A Grave Memorial# 33414350). They had at least 4 children (Gordon : Find A Grave Memorial# 34156743, Charles, Adeline, and Robert).

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Photo Number 1519

This is a Cabinet Card from Craig’s Collection.

AW Spencer  CP

A couple all dressed up for a photo.

AW Spencer back CP

O.W. Spencer and wife  1890 (or maybe A.W. Spencer)

The wife’s gown looks older than 1890…it looks early 1880’s to me.

AW Spencer  CP

It looks like the apron is made of two different fabrics and that pleated underskirt  matches it.  I also noticed that it looks like the gown was let out right at the bust line… which looks peculiar to me and then some trims were added right at the bust line too.  The skirt also looks too short.   Perhaps the gown was remade for her.  This gown may be an example of the Natural Form era that took place  1877 to 1882.

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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Photo Number 1518

This is a photo from Craig’s Collection.
Pierce sisters CP
Aydelotte was the photographer at Santa Cruz CA
Pierce sisters back CP
The Pierce Sisters
I would guess this photo was taken around 1905 to 1915.
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From Iggy:
I think these two girls are:

James H and Marion P. nee Thurston Pierce had daughters:

Edith Pierce (18 Jul 1883/4 - 17 Feb 1957) married John G. Kennedy (abt 1876 in Pennsylvania) They had two children, John G Jr. (abt 1914) and Marion (abt 1908) They lived in Palo Alto. 

Mildred T. Pierce (Mar 1885 - Mar. 26, 1919  married a Mr. Fenhagen.

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Photo Number 1517

This is a Cabinet Card from Craig’s Collection.
Hattie and Walter Fletcher CP
I believe this is Hattie and Walter Fletcher, the pencil on a dark card is difficult to read.
I will guess this Cabinet Card was taken around 1880 give or take a few years.
Hattie and Walter Fletcher CP
I think the photographer is H.S. Beals  Sda (South Dakota??) Sac Sacramento
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Update from Iggy:
I think this might be Willard Franklin Fletcher's family. He and his wife Lulu had Hattie S., 14 (in 1880) and Willie F. 10. Willard (Mar 1835 - 1924) was the Chief of Police in Oakland, CA.

Monday, March 17, 2014

Photo Number 1516

This is a photo from Craig’s Collection
Lesley James Russell CP
The photographer is W. Fozall Victoria BC
Lesley James Russell back CP
Leslie James Russell  2 years
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Update from Iggy:
Leslie James Russell was a student at Victoria College, Victoria, BC. from 1923-1925. He is listed as still living in Victoria in the 1960s.

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Photo Number 1515

These are two Cabinet Cards from Craig’s Collection.
Elda v. Yoder two CP
Fleissner was the photographer in Johnstown, PA
Elda v. Yoder CP
G.M. Greene was the photographer in Johnstown PA for this photo.

Both photos are marked the same.
Elda v. Yoder two back CP
Elda V. Yoder
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Update from Iggy:
Elda Jane Alwine (19 May 1892 - April 1987), was the daughter of Jacob A. and Gertrude Alwine. They lived in Conemaugh, Somerset, Pennsylvania. Elda married Nelson Herbert Yoder (1894 - 1976) in 1926. She is Find A Grave Memorial # 90886987. The couple lived in Hollsopple, PA - which is about 10 miles south of Johnstown.
They had one son, named Nelson Herbert Yoder Jr. (21 Feb 1928 - 16 Jan 1994) who married Catherine L. (1917- 1993)

This photo went Full Circle 132 on November 13, 2015

Saturday, March 15, 2014

Photo Number 1514

This is a Cabinet Card from Craig’s Collection.
Jim Newell CP
Sexton of Lacon, Ill was the photographer
Jim Newell  backCP
Jim Newell
This Cabinet Card is most likely from around 1890 give or take a few years.
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Update from Iggy:
Lacon is in Marshall county (near Peoria, Illinois).

John James Newell {Jun. 17, 1896 - Jun. 26, 1974) was the son of John H. and Stella A. (Kear) Newell, husband of Edna M. Crotz, m. Jun 13, 1922, Peoria County.

Friday, March 14, 2014

Photo Number 1513

This is a photo from Craig’s Collection.
Elizabeth Louise Hammond CP
One baby (I think) but two views.  It would have been interesting to see how the photographer did this.
Johnson of Memphis MO was the photographer.
Elizabeth Louise Hammond backCP
Elizabeth Louise Hammond 8 months -
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Update from Iggy:
Elizabeth Louise Hammond (8 Jun 1899 in Memphis, Scotland, Missouri - 10 Apr 1993 in Woodland, Yolo, California) was the daughter of James L[ewis?] Hammond (1875 in Jefferson, Missouri - 1963 in Memphis, Scotland, Missouri: Find A Grave Memorial# 80330289) and Mary or Margaret Miller (Find A Grave Memorial# 75488823).

She married Cecil Franklin Crutcher and they appear to have been childless.

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Photo Number 1512

This is a Cabinet Card from Craig’s Collection.
Children of Nathaniel Cole CP
Winnifred, Merry, Alice, Louise and Grace
Children of Nathaniel Cole back CP
Children of Nathaniel Mc D. Coe and wife Letitia Tannyhill
I discovered his name was Nathaniel McDowell Coe.  A Civil War Veteran Born March 26 1834 and died Feb15 1897.  His wife was Letitia J. Tannrhill August 24 1838 to June 22 1921.  They are both buried in the Perrysville Union Cemetery, Ohio.
In that same cemetery is Anna Louise Coe born August 10, 1871 and died October 18, 1951.  This could be the Louise in the photo.
I also found Winifred E. Coe 1869-1943 and Stella Grace Coe 1868 -1961 in Greenlawn Union Cemetery Perrysville Ohio. The forgotten photo of both girls is on Find a Grave.
If the older girls are 12 and 13 years of age in this photo we can date this Cabinet Card to 1880.
I couldn’t find Merry or Alice.
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Update from Iggy:
The 1880 US census lists the child as:

S. Grace Coe 12
Ellen W. Coe 11
Ann L. Coe 8
Mary Coe 5
Sarah L. Coe 2
Olive M. Coe 1m

Stella Grace (20 Jan 1868), Ellen Winifred (5 Apr 1869), Anna Louisa (10 Aug 1871).

Mary [L.] (Aug. 5, 1874 - Jun. 15, 1956) appears to have married Howard Milo Doty (Find A Grave Memorial# 86595365). They lived in Reading, PA. She had at least four children (Richard C, Helen H Doty, Howard, and Constance M who married Francis J Conway and is Find A Grave Memorial# 96263177)
Helen H. Doty married Edward Hayward Jackson Jr. (4 Aug 1905 - Apr 1977) and they lived in Reading, Pa. Edward attended Lehigh University and was a successful Industrial Engineer

Sarah Lacia Coe Ayers (14 Feb 1878 - 1960) married Locke Forest Ayers (1873 - 1953) and Find A Grave Memorial# 37482883. She had at least two children (Edwin Coe and Alice Letitia married W. Robert Rudolph (1910 - 1987))

Olive Maria Coe (29 Apr 1880 - 8 Dec 1923) Find A Grave Memorial# 30768257 (has an obit) married Willard Fenton Culler whose memorial also has an obit. She appears to have been childless.

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Photo Number 1511

This is a Cabinet Card from Craig’s Collection.

Jim Oconnor CP

Burnett was the photographer at N.W.Corner Valencia and 16th Sts. S.F.

A very cute little boy sitting so nicely on a very large chair.

Jim Oconnor back CP

Jim Oconnor

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Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Photo Number 1510

This is a Cabinet Card from Craig’s Collection.

Eva Miles Baldwin CP

Stewart is the photographer in the Stewart Block  in Ellicottville, NY

A baby in a long gown in a beautiful chair.

Eva Miles Baldwin back CP

Eva Miles Baldwin

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Monday, March 10, 2014

Photo Number 1509

This is a old photo from Craig’s Collection.

Ollie CP

A well loved photo that was pinned up someplace.  Perhaps for a Grandmother to admire as she walked by.

Ollie back  CP

Allie or Ollie + Johnie K. Jansen??

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Sunday, March 9, 2014

Photo Number 1508

This is a photo from Craig’s Collection.
Uncle george Lentz pennsylvania
The photographer was Franck Raecht? Knecht of Easton, PA
This is Uncle Geo. Lenz Lentz with a full beard and a real fancy larger bow tie.
This Cabinet card is one color on the front and a different color on the back ( 1880 –1890), It has rounded corners (1889 – 1896) so I think we can date it at about 1890.  How old do you think he is?  30?  25?
There are about 100 George Lenz Lentz at Find A Grave.
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From Iggy:
GEORGE W. LENTZ, foreman in foundry, L.V.R.R. shops, Sayre, is a native of Weatherly, Carbon Co., Pa., born September 3, 1847, a son of George and Mary M. (Kibler) Lentz, natives of the same county. The father, who was a carpenter, died in Weatherly in 1873, in his sixty-fifth year; the mother resides in Carbon county. George W., who is the ninth in order of birth in a family of ten children, of whom three are living, received a common-school education, and clerked in a dry-goods store a year; then in 1863 was employed by the Beaver Meadow Railroad Company (now a branch of the L.V.R.R.), in the foundry, where he worked about twenty-one years, acting in the capacity of assistant foreman from 1870 to 1884, when he went to Easton, Pa., and engaged in the foundry business for himself, but remained there only one year, and worked a short time in Birmingham, Ala.; then was in the Standard Steel Works, of Thurlow, Pa., and the Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia; from the latter he came to Sayre in 1886, where he was employed as foreman of the foundry, and has acted in that capacity since. Mr. Lentz was married in Weatherly, Pa., in December, 1874, to Miss Mary A., daughter of Joseph and Ann (Burn) Fletcher, the former of whom was a native of England, and the later of Wales; her father is a molder and a resident of Waverly, N.Y.,; she is the eldest of eight living children, and was born in Easton, February 10, 1854 [died 1 Nov 1931 in Springfield, Clark, Ohio]. Mrs. Lentz is a member of the Presbyterian Church; Mr. Lentz is a member of the Knights of Pythias, Sodi Lodge, No. 80. He is a stanch Republican, and served a term as school director in Weatherly. 

Pittston Gazette 15 September 1909

George W. Lentz, former resident of Sayre, died a few days ago in Philadelphia. Death was due to appendicitis, after an illness that lasted only three days. Sixteen years ago Lentz was foreman of the Sayre foundry, and when that shop was discontinued he went to Philadelphia and took a position with the Baldwin Locomotive Works.

Saturday, March 8, 2014

Photo Number 1507

This is a Cabinet Card from Craig’s Collection.
W.M.Doty Michigan
Looks like Howard Baker and Harry Edelman of 96 West Main St Battle Creek, Mich were the photographers.
W.M.Doty Michigan back
WM Doty Born near Salem County Ind. Sept. 20 1867.

W.M.Doty Michigan back
Mrs W.M. Doty Battle Creek Mich 398 Van Buren St.
The rest of the marks in pencil are sales marks or photographers notes in red.
I was going to guess 1885 for the date of this photo…it is possible that he was 18 in this photograph.  (His jacket looks like it was just buttoned using the top button…just one of those things that I look for that helps date many photos around 1885.)
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Update from Iggy:
Willie M Doty (shown in the US Censuses as William M., Will N., Willie M.) was the son of a farmer named Henry S. Doty (abt 1830 in New York) and his wife Rebecca A. Doty nee Hite (1838 in Ohio - 1917 in Oregon).

William M. Doty was born September 1967 in Indiana (some censuses show Missouri) and was married to Mamie (Jun 1861 in Michigan)

The couple had (at least) three children Lyla (Lila/Lisa) M Doty Griffin (abt 1885 in Michigan), Iva M Doty, never married (21 Nov 1896 in Indiana - 20 Sep 1964 in Los Angeles), and Verner C Doty (22 Sep 1899 in Michigan - 12 Jul 1980 in Los Angeles).

Lisa married a George Garfield Griffin (21 Aug 1881) and by 1930 they had five sons: Miles, Lewis, Lester, Russell and Glen. They lived in nearby Pennfield, Calhoun, Michigan.

Friday, March 7, 2014

Full Circle 83

Another Full Circle! 

This one began with  Jacqi finding some information and Iggy finding a WikiTree with a copy of this same photo. Aunt Lydia and Uncle Jim  Atlamta Iowa CP Number 1490

Photo Number 1490

James and Lydia Harris found the way home.

Iggy contacted the owner of theWikiTree.  He forwarded me her email. She also left a comment on the Photo 1490 blog post.

Her comment was this:

I've dropped a note to one of you who contacted me and yes, that is indeed James Austin Harris. The Harris clan is quite colorful and I have enjoyed putting together some of the WikiTree pages on them - one of which you found. I continue to work on those pages and it was the help of people like you that I have been able to put more meat on the bones of the Harris clan than we had earlier. The partial photo you spotted on my wiki was a scan sent to me by a cousin. Coming up with the actual photos has been somewhat difficult. Thanks for finding this! - Jackie

From Jackie:
James Harris's profile on WikiTree  Karl -  Good evening from the frozen tundra in Iowa. You can't imagine how happy your post made me!  James Austin Harris is my third great grand uncle. I descend from the Harris family through his brother Barnabus "Barney" Arthur Harris. The picture you see on my wikitree is what a cousin sent me for inclusion, but neither of us have the full photo. The Harris's were a family that seemed to believe in a lot of photos except for James (there is only one other of him that I know of) and another brother who joined the U.S. Cavalry during the civil war and was killed in an Indian fight while serving at Fort Laramie at the end of the war. (I am lucky on him in that another cousin did send me a copy of the one photo we know of in existence for him.  I would love to receive that photo - and of course reimburse for costs. And I would also love to know where it was found. The Harris clan and the Peacock clan intermarried several times with several of the Peacocks moving to Minnesota. My guess is that may have been how it might have migrated there. (I am guessing as to where it was found after taking a look at the webpage.)  And by the way - I can't remember who it was on that page that was complimentary of the Wiki writeup - but that just made my day. When I started the Wiki it was my intent to put some meat on the bones of the family members that I could find. Apparently this page succeeded a bit - and for that I am grateful.  Let me know what information you need - or feel free to pass along my address. I really appreciate you making the effort to contact me.  Jackie

I emailed Jackie:

Mar 3 at 9:10 PM

Hello Jackie,  Karl forwarded your email to me..he is a fantastic researcher!! I am more than happy to return the photo of Jim and Lydia Harris to you.  Photo Number 1490. 

I got the photo with a group of others from a fellow in California who came to dead ends searching for relatives.

Please send me names of anyone else that could be in this family group and I will keep and eye out for them.

Please email me your address...I can go to the PO tomorrow.  Connie at Forgotten Old Photos

She replied:

Connie -

I took a look around that website - what a wonderful thing you all are doing and the photos are just great.

I'm going to have you send this to me at work - I have a rather small mailbox at home and a rather stupid mail person who thinks folding anything is okay. I sort the mail at work so I know I'll get it.

Most of the family names you might find associated with him would be Butterworth, Harris, Johnson, Peacock, Chenoweth and Lamb but if you come across anything with Shelby, Audubon or Cass (Atlantic) county Iowa photos, let me know. That is my home stomping ground and I might be able to come up with something for you.

You cannot imagine how touched I was when I got Karl's email.  I started the Wiki in hopes of reaching out to other family members and it has proven very successful, but this was beyond anything I ever imagined.

I will be sharing the photo with others from the line on a Harris family list we have going. I know they will appreciate as much as I do.

Thanks again -


I replied:

Hi Jackie, I mailed the photo today so you might have it Thursday or Friday.  With your permission I will write a full circle post after you have received the photo. 

Can you tell me a little about how your wiki works and about the process?  Thanks Connie

She replied:

Connie -

Thank you so much. I received the photo today and it is wonderful. I will be sending you a small donation for your time and effort - and hope it will help you reunite more of these old photos with their families.

WikiTree - through which your group found me - is a collaborative giant family tree. It operates much like those on Ancestry and other genealogy-oriented sites but I chose to use it over the other sites for a number of reasons. It's free. It allows me to source my tree using genealogical standards. It allows me unlimited space for information and photos and it gives me more control.  James Harris and his second wife, whose photo you sent me ( was one of those individuals whose bio you just really don't want to cut short. I have a large part of the backbone of my tree on WikiTree now - and each week I pick one family group to focus on. This week, needless to say, it will be the Harris clan again.

The Wiki has resulted in finding a lot of "cousins" I would have never found, but this was beyond my expectations!

I plan on having this copied and will be giving copies to a few others in my family who also do a lot of family history, so your find will be shared with a number of others.

Again thanks for all you do - and my thanks to the others who also help find the families of those who are featured in these photos -


I want to thank both Iggy and Jacqi for their help finding this photo a home, you are both awesome!!

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