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  • Wilkinson Norton Unknown Soldier Now Identified: General Gouveneur Kemble Warren, 1830-1882
        Also under the photograph, under "Reverse", on the right-hand side of your screen, the back of the photograph showing the photographers mark and information on the image of the back of the photograph: Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, 501 Broadway, New York from Photographic Negative in Brady's National Portait ...
      Also under the photograph, under "Reverse", on the right-hand side of your ...
  • Frances M. and Charles E. Foreman, 1868
        Studio photograph taken in Topeka, Kansas, in 1868. The mother of the siblings, Amanda Mary (Oakley) Forman had divorced her husband after the American Civil War, Major John A. Foreman, Jr., in Topeka in 1866. Amanda died in October 1869 and her sisters vowed to raise Frances and Charles. Charles ...
      Studio photograph taken in Topeka, Kansas, in 1868. The mother of the ...
  • Frances M. Oakley
        Grandma Oakley
      Grandma Oakley
  • Frances M. Foreman
        Frances was called Fannie. She was eleven when her mother Amanda (Oakley) Foreman died. She and her brother, Charles, went to live with their aunt Elizabeth Williams in Grant Township, Manhattan, Kansas. Frances was inconsolable at the loss of her mother and for nearly a year was almost too ill ...
      Frances was called Fannie. She was eleven when her mother Amanda (Oakley) ...
  • James Wilbert Colton And Grandson Alfred Malcolm
        James Wilbert Colton b. 24 Aug 1864, holding his grandson Alfred Malcolm (about 1921 in Attica, NY.
      James Wilbert Colton b. 24 Aug 1864, holding his grandson Alfred Malcolm ...
  • Alfred Franklin Colton
        Alfred Franklin Colton, approx 1950’s. Harness horse racer in NY Rochester. Raced @ Oakville on the ice as a kid
      Alfred Franklin Colton, approx 1950’s. Harness horse racer in NY Rochester. Raced ...
  • Joseph Hagar
        “They allus come when I want to go a-fishin.” The subject of this sketch and originator of this phrase was the late Joseph Hager, of Saint Joseph Michigan. He was a son of John Hager, who moved from Palermo, Ont., to St. Joe, Mich, and later to San Francisco, Cal. ...
      “They allus come when I want to go a-fishin.” The subject of ...
  • George Hardy Visiting Gilby, North Dakota
        On headstone: Gilby
      On headstone: Gilby
  • Gilby, North Dakota
        The town of Gilby, North Dakota, was founded in 1886 and named after the Gilby family of Sheridan, Trafalgar Township.
      The town of Gilby, North Dakota, was founded in 1886 and named ...
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