Allen, Loyall & Pearl Stice -- thanks to very much to Doug A for these - awesome :) -- Loyall was the son of Isaac Allen and Emma Scott. Contact Doug if you have anything on these lines :) -- Doug also sends this information about Loyall & Pearl.
Allstot ? - I know Mary Bowsher married a man, Reason Allstot, and they went to Texas. Know he fought in the Civil War and then tried to get compensation from the government. Jennie -- Here's another that might/might not be an Allstot OR a Madden ? (perhaps Thaddeus Madden?)
Bannon, Rosetta Emeiline (Etta) Barker -- although Etta (front middle) is the only one known, it is believed these are her sisters - there were 6 Barker sisters (one died young) and it is thought these are the other 5 - thanks Marsha P
Barker - unknowns - may be Browns, Lindleys ?? of this family at least likely - thanks, Marsha P
Barker, Annie Sowers -- she was a widow for more than 1/4 a Century. She never remarried. Born 8 May 1837 (one source 1839) in Rowan County, NC she moved with her parents, Lewis and Susannah Sink Sowers (see his picture other column) at less than a years old to the Parke/Fountain County IN line. They lived here for less than 20 years. Lewis and Susannah took all of their 11 children (except Annie who was a new bridge and mother) to Page County Iowa where two more children were born to the Sowers'. Susannah died a few days after the birth of her last child, George Valentine Sowers. Lewis can be seen with his second wife, Margaret Infram from this page (other side) whom he married 27 August 1863 in Nodaway County, Missouri after Susannah's death in February 1863. Margaret had five children of her own with first husband, John Cromwell Whittington and one lone Sowers son, Jacob. However, it is said and all indication proves so that she was an exceptionally good mother to Lewis' first crew!
Barker, Austin -- Left to right -- Dora Allen Barker (wife of Austin); Annie Sowers Barker (mother of Austin); Austin Puett Barker (called Pett assumedly as a take-off of his middle name); daughter Floss A.; son George Arvil; and in front, son, Wayne Russell -- love the "Men with their dogs!" (taken between 1910-1918)
Barker, Jesse -- This was behind glass (at my grandmother's, Sarah Morgan Smith, when I was a child, and I would literally sit and stare at my great, great grandfather Jesse. I thought he was so handsome and wanted to know more & more about him. My grandmother was his granddaughter so she knew stories and even took me to Wolfe Creek Cemetery (border of Parke & Fountain counties near Wallace, IN) to see his grave. The sad part of the whole story is that he was quite a rich man, had given the property and some of the money for the Wolfe Creek Church and yet he had no tombstone. She pointed several times where he was, and that only fascinated me more !! kz
Barker Reunion, about 1983 (at Veedersburg?) -- Front: Karen Bazzani Zach; her son, Jay Zach;. Seated left to right facing picture -- Hulda Smith; Silas Young? ; Evadna Morgan Young; Sylvia Duncan Barker; Dale Barker; Frances Barker; Patty Barker; (3rd row from bottom); Larry Devitt; Betty Morgan Devitt; Christie Barker ? ; Suzie Zach; Thelma Wells; ?; (little girl in yellow?); Sharon Barker; ? (lady in white shirt with blue flowers); Sherrie Barker; Nikki Barker; ? (young man in white shirt); (Back row) - boy in yellow shirt blue collar) ?; Sherman Wells; Terry Wells; George Barker; ? (man on end dark shirt)
Barker, unknown lady & child -- this nifty picture was in my Barker ones so imagine it's a Washburn; Lawson; Swanson; Barker or relation somehow :) kbz
Bean, Mary Lou McClaine 1860-1945 (buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Crawfordsville, IN - thanks to Dustin Stonebraker for this nifty pic he found in an antique store - anyone know more about her?
Bowman, Catherine Wilkinson - daughter of Daniel and Louiza Shephard Wilkinson - she came from a large family (8 children) and was born 30 October 1854 in Cincinnati, Ohio where the majority of the Wilkinsons were born. As a child she came with her parents to Fountain County. She married Jacob D. Bowman 17 Nov 1874 in Fountain County, having 11 children of her own. She passed away in Wallace on the 14th of June 1933. - thanks muches to Michael B her great grandson. Note: same pic on findagrave that is larger but not as clear.
Bowman -- Russell and Clara Deane Grandstaff Bowman in front of Paul's Barbershop sign in Wallace, Indiana 1943. Thanks so much for Michael Duane Bowman from the Bowman FB page :)
Bowsher - collection - unknown boy (one at top of page by the way - if you know who this is, please let Jennie know - as well as any of the other unknowns in the Bowsher collection - she (& I would really love to know wo these people are)
Bowsher - probably Lemuel - this seems to be taken at the same time of his brother's picture - how he was not buried as a "tramp" was because he had his photo album with him at the time he was killed b a train. It is likely pictures just like this one and the one below of his two younger brothers were in that photo album. THANKS THANKS THANKS Jennie :)
Campbell, Luella (Royer); Helen Lee & Russell Tibitts, taken by their Albert Ross Campbell, Luella's husband and father of Helen & Russell. Thanks oh so much to Deb Bain for this awesome picture -- note that is not your run-of-the-mill photo of the time - most looked directly ahead, and no expression - you see Helen smiling and Momma's proud look on her face - such a beautiful, natural photo. - taken about Spring 1892 considering Russell was born in Nov 1892.
Clarkston, Elihu & wife, Mary "Frances" Bull. Thanks to their great great grandson (one of my past students at TR) Andrew Clarkston for this awesome picture. Elihu was born in Manchester, Kentucky 14 Jan 1893 died in Danville, Illinois 20 May 1968. Frances was born in Kentucky 8 March 1888, died 9 June 1977 in Danville. On the 1st of October, 1910, they married and were parents of 9 children.
Clawson, Fletcher - US Navy -- thanks so much to Dustin S for this -- I thought Fletcher was a 'lil worse for wear so asked my good friend, Dea G if she could redo him -- THANKS MUCHES Dea!
Clawson, William H. - Two Photos (sorry from newspaper but as good a scan as hubby could do)
Clingan Brothers - October 1944 - Bert, age 20 & Fred, age 17 -- Jennie would love to give this original photo to someone in the family - contact her by clicking on her name.
Clore, Charles & Cynthia Smith with their son and four daughters at Wallace, Indiana. Circa 1918.- children are: Tressie, Oveta, Jim, Bertha, & Halsie.(what a nifty pic - thanks again Cynthia Smith. The photo was given to and identified by Oveta Clore Fisher.
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Clore, Charles and unknown child -- thanks again. The photo was given to and identified by Oveta Clore Fisher.
Clore, Charles -- The photo was given to and identified by Oveta Clore Fisher.- super pics
Hello Karen, Israel and Margaret Stonebraker Clore are my great, great grandparents. My Dad's mother was Oveta Clore Fisher. Her father was Charlie Clore of Wallace, IN. and his parents were Israel and Margaret Stonebraker Clore of Wallace, IN. Please add the following information to each of Israel and Margaret Clore's pictures. You can put my name with the pictures. I only mentioned my Grandmother Oveta Clore Fisher because I received the pictures from her. I helped her label many of her family pictures before she died or we wouldn't know who they were. Israel Clore Born 1840 in Indiana. Died 10-24-1881 in Wallace, Indiana to Urial and Dorothy Ann Cosby Clore. He married Margaret Stonebraker 11-29-1862. in Parke Co. They had six children together: William Clore, Charles Clore, Albert Clore, Fannie (Laura) Clore, Ida Clore, and Edna Clore. Margaret Stonebraker Clore was born 9-18-1842 to David and Mary Rush Stonebraker. She died 7-9-1915 in Dana, Indiana - buried in the Phanuel Lutheran Cemetery in Wallace, Indiana. She married Israel Clore on 11-29-1862 in Parke Co. Indiana. Their children are William Clore, Charles Clore, Albert Clore, Fannie (Laura) Clore, Ida Clore, and Edna Clore. Margaret married her widowed brother-in-law, Berryman Clore on 4-3-1893 in Parke Co. Indiana. Margaret had a twin sister Elizabeth (Lizzie) Stonebraker Clore, married to a brother of Berryman Clore. All the work you have done on the Gen Web page is wonderful. I hope I can be helpful and give you more information and pictures in the future too. I am happy to share them with the site, but it would take me awhile to do it too. My Grandpa John Fisher was born in Harveysburg, IN. and both his parents were from Harveysburg, IN. and early pioneers to the area. These days I am helping with our one year old granddaughter. We live in Danville, but my second home is definitely Kingman, IN. Thanks again. Nice to meet you. Here are my scans for Israel and Margaret Clore's pictures as they may look clearer than the electronic transfers. Cynthia Fisher Smith
Drollinger, Samuel (thanks muches Dellie) Note: He was born 1 March 1829 Fountain Co Ind and died 31 May 1902. He was father of Ada Dora Drollinger who married Owen Brenton Craig.(see pictures above) - his first wife was Mary Ann Jones.
Picture 1: Information as it is written on back of original picture: L-R top row: Ethiel Murray (Iowa) mother of: 1. Pearl; 2. Hamilton; 3. Guy; 4. Fred. W.W. Edwards (Waynetown) Nancy Ann (The mother from Mellott) L-R middle row: Hamilton Edwards (The father from Mellott) Fanny Cord (seated at table) Aunt Sette Anderson (Far right-middle row) this writing not clear. It looks like there are three children: 1. Ethel Duke; 2. Hamilton; 3. Charles; [I am not sure about these]. 3rd or bottom row: Aunt Molly Long (Waynetown) seated at Hamilton's right Aunt Gertie Frazier (Hillsboro) sitting on floor holding a book. Aunt Rachel (lower row, far right) Transcripted by Max Myers. The original was in possession of Pat Templeton Wagoner at that time. Thanks so much to Dellie & Roger Craig for this :)
Picture 2: Edwards, Hamilton & Mable - thanks muches again Dellie - you rock, girl ! Read all about it :)
Picture 3: Edwards, Hamilton & Nancy Suiter tombstone (at Dry Run)-- (Picture 4) entry to Dry Run Cemetery -- these were such large files and I'm not good at all shrinking them so please go to findagrave.com
Picture 5: Edwards, Hamilton Samuel Swinford
Picture 6: Edwards, Hamilton Samuel Swinford with car
Picture 7: Edwards, Mary (Molly) Catherine Edwards
Family Background for Hamilton Edwards from Dellie & Roger:
Hamilton's parents were Jonathan and Sarah Cowen McFee Edwards (Roger's great great great grandparents. Hamilton's wife was Nancy Ann Suiters (Roger's great great grandparents; their daughter was Mary Catherine Edwards who married Alonzo Newton Long (Roger's great-grandparents); their daughter was Nancy Faye Long who married Harry Rodgers (Roger's grandparents)
Floyd, Eva -- thanks so much to Jennie - anyone know anything about htis lady?
French, Gpa' -- just who IS Gpa' French, as in a name or information on him ?? - It'd be great to fill in some info - contact me if you know - in the meantime, this interestin' lookin' fellow will just have to remain Gpa' :) kbz
Gooding, Phoebe Sowers -- was a widow (married Thomas Gooding who died in 1896) for over 30 years (she died in 1928). She raised 12 children, as long as some who were not hers AND made extra money spinning. Some of her family members lived in her home until just the last few years (south of Wallace)
Grant, Harriat -- with ? - thanks so much to Patrice W. for this awesome picture from Covington Indiana - the Askin family lived between Crawfordsville and Covington from 1817 - 1935. Thanks Patrice W -- Friends of Harriat - love to find out their names :)
Hadley children - from Jennie -- here is what she says about the pics -- Eva Ellen Hadley is sitting down, Martha Hadley is a portrait and someone had put a question mark after her name so not sure if that is who it is supposed to be and the boy at the bottom someone had written John Griffen ? date listed is Sept 13 or 15, 1885
Harrison, George W and Margaret Rankin & family -- This is probably their first four children - Grace Ann in back with hand on Nella; William Henry on father's lap and baby Lula. - they had five more children - Sam; Arch; Charles; Ruby and Hazel
Hayworth, Dick - thanks to Dustin Stonebraker - greatly appreciated, DS :)
Hershberger, Hobart Lincoln - thanks so much to John W for this awesome pic :) -- Taken 1889 born: 1-11-1866 died: 1-5-1910 married 8-10-1892 Mary Henrietta Neal
Hicks, Dr. - thanks Peters' - 1908 Officials at Covington
Howard, William Garrett, Jr. - thanks so much to Steve Kruger for lettin' me borrow this one :) Wm. Garrett was born 28 May 1923 and died 7 Nov 1978 - he was a mail carrier for 1/4 of a Century retiring in 1978 due to illness. Son of Wm. Garrett & Roberta Baldwin Howard, he was in the US Navy during WWII. His wife, Dorothy Delores Cates was born in Fountain County and they were married 27 April 1946. He graduated from Covington HS in 1941. He is pictured here in his American Legion Post hat.
Kiger, Ida Delp and husband John Wesley Kiger -- born 27 March 1873 daughter of Uriel & Nancy Clore Delp married John Wesley Kiger 24 December 1890 (he was born 16 March 1866 died 26 August 1944)-- thanks Dellie again - love this pic
Lawson, Henry Davis & wife, Phoebe Barker & children --the girls are easy, Amanda Catherine the one standing in the middle who married Alfred Swanson (1909) and Emma who married Karl Mitchell (1909). "Mandy was born in 1887 and Emma 1888 and they look to be about 7 or 8 so that seems to put the picture in about 1895. If trhat is the case, the older one in back with arm on father would be Manford next to him John Bryant Lawson and the boy in the front Joseph T. Lawson.
Lemper family photos -- Genevieve Mary Lemper 300 N Perry Street Attica IN Known info as of Dec 2011. Purchased in a private estate lot in a Covington antique store. Lemper Family - Moved from Para Illinois to Attica Indiana. From conversations I have had with older Attica natives, "Two old Lemper Maids lived together into their old age" There is a group of them buried in the Attica Cemetery. Sheeley, George. Born in PA, Died in OH, was in the military. Brother of Ida Sheeley Sheeley, IDA. Assumed Born in PA. Sister of George Sheeley. - thanks so much to Dustin Stonebraker - he's shared some great pics with us :)
Lemper 1 (labled Mother & Genevieve)--
Lemper 2 (Genevieve)--
Lemper 3 (Genevieve?)--
Lemper 4 (Wiley Obermeyer & KL) --
Lemper 5 -- Sheeley, George --
Lemper 6 (VanPetan, Carrie, a missionary in Japan - it also says Sarah R Rigg on back of photo) --
Lemper 7 (Florence Kersey Daught -cousin of Emma Rigg Kersey) --
Lemper 8 (Eiler, Olive) --
Lemper 9 (Buck, Daniel, A, PA friend of John & Mary Rigg) --
Lemper 10 -- Lightle, Ralph - 1933, Attica, Indiana --
Lemper 11 (Chapson? Chapsin? -- I wonder if this might be MV Chapman, the photographer) --
Lemper 12 (Mrs. Benamire; Charles Graf & wife; Mary Kilmartin; Elizabeth Lemper--
Lemper 13 (Genevieve Lemper, 300 N. Perry Street, Attica IN) --
Lemper 14 (Katherine Lemper) --
Lemper 15 (Maxine Larew; Mary Caton & Helen Jozsa) --
Lemper 16 (Mordecai Beard, Reading PA - must have been friends with the Lemper family) --
Lemper 17 (Alfred Lemper) --
Lemper 18 (diff view of Genevieve) --
Lemper 19 (Lemper, Helen & Herman - he is a HOOT) --
Lemper 21 (Valerie Frances Lemper - photo taken 9-24-1930 - she was born 1-4-1929).
Lemper 22 - Mary Lemper; Nettie Benamire; Bida Moran; Celia Timm; Kate Smith taken 5-5-1937;
Lemper 23 -- Taken Jan 12, 1936 - Mr. Scheider died 3-8-1936 - Anna; Elizabeth; Tena ? Scheidler; Mother; Charles S & Frank Scheider -
Lemper 24 -- Edith & Maggie Bauman home (1958 - was Lemper home?)
Lightle, Ralph -- see Lemper 10 above
Lightle, Samuel Guy & family - Thanks Dustin for this one & thanks MARC II for the revision on it - it looks great :) Samuel b. 15 May 1883 near Veedersburg d. 28 Feb 1968 Kingman - s/o William Dayton Lightle and Ethie May Drollinger - married 13 Jan 1907 to Edna Florence Harvey. To my knowledge, they only had one child, Elizabeth who never married (b 22 Feb 1912 died in 2005). The two boys I believe are Samuel "Guy's" younger brothers by his father's second marriage to Millie Lindley. The boys would be Kelso and Clyde. The picture is probably take in about 1918
Lindley - maybe ? Unidentified woman and child - she may be a Lindley - HELP IDENTIFY ME :) Thanks to Jennie P. for this one - now, let's get her identified !!
Lindley -- maybe #2 -- I think this may be Charles Irvin Lindley and Rebecca Jane Barker -- it almost looks like one of the pictures taken for the Beckwith histories so I might find it in an old history book and tagged it for sure -- ANYONE KNOW FOR SURE ??????? kz (thanks, Marsha P for the pic)
Madden, Anson G. #2 (love to know what gathering this is)-- Madden family reunion? Get-together of Anson's children from his 3-wives? Anyone know anyone doing whatever in this -- only known people for sure are: Clair Bowsher Madden (far left looking at photo) - has child Glenwood Madden; and her husband, Anson Madden.
Marks Family - thanks so much to Jennie for this one - she's been such a great helper/contributor to this site - you rock J :)-- Bottom row, left to right. Kezia(Marks?) Lydia Ann Marks Madden, ----, Ora Duncan, Mrs Duncan (Marks?). Aunt Kate Marks Back Row. Left to right, Something Woody, Tom Marks, Capt. Jake Marks, George Marks, Tom Marks, ----, Aunt Lydia, Marion Duncan, I checked on the Marion Duncan and it said he married a Lydia Marks. She must be the daughter of another Marks. I don't think she could be Lydia Marks Madden's sister. Lydia must have been a popular name.
Marks, George Family - Thanks so very much for this and all the great photos Jennie shares with us -- Front from left: George Marks, wife Lydia - back, James, Jennie and Horace (however I could have the boys mixed- up - let me know anyone who knows which boy for sure :) kbz
Mauck, Jerry and Pauline Fisher (she was born and raised in Kingman - KHS 1943 - lived in Indianapolis for years then retired and built a home outside of Kingman (at Harveysburg) where he raised Percheron horses. Thanks so much to Cynthia Smith for this beautiful photo :)
McKinney, William McClure -- son of Presley Thompson and Sarah Jane McClure McKinney. This is the great granduncle of Jeff Quirk, who graciously let me use this photo. William was in Co I, 15th Indiana Infantry, mustering in as 2nd Lt. on 24 April 1861 (from Covington, Indiana) promotoed to 1st Lt. 10 Sept 1861 then Captain 9 Nov 1862. Mustered out 25 June 1864. His dairy is in Wabash College Archives. He seems to be buried in the (at Wingate but since in Fountain County must be near Wingate over the county line) Oak Ridge Cemetery but no death date - just 28 Years 5 Months 19 days - if he was mustered out because of death, then he would be born 6 December 1835 which tallies with the 1850 & 1860 census. Anyone know for sure, let me know :) THANKS
Mick, Ezekiel (thanks so much to Judy E for this awesome pic of a cool banjo player :) Also his wife, Ellen Nancy Covalt and daughter, Effie Zee Mick VanHook
Miller Photo Album - thanks so much to the nice couple who gave me this to enter on the site but so sorry forgot your names and even had a great breakfast at Benjamin's with ya' :( SORRY!
Miller, William "Bill" -- although it is not positive but 95% sure this is the Bill Miller born to Fleming and Serilda Gooding Miller who died in the March 1906 Pueblo Colorado train disaster. So sad !
Morgan, Homer (born Jackson Twp, Fountain County, Indiana 20 Feb 1880 to Joseph Nathaniel & Amanda Barker Morgan) and wife, Blanche Banta, children, Kenneth & Mary and a friend, Tom Durham - thanks to Jerry Lou :)
Ratcliff, Susan & family --See also this speculation of who is in the photo -- I have a photo postcard that was mailed in Kingman, July 3, 1907. This appears to be of part of Thomas "Uncle Tommy" Ratcliff's family. It is a photo of some of them. I have been trying to figure out who all the people are. His daughter Susan sent the post card to her brother Zack's (also seen as Zach, Zacharith, and Zacceus based on obits and other records) wife addressed to Yeddo, Ind. Someone later wrote on it with "Mary Ratcliffe Sanders Susan Sowers family". She only says this: July 3, Taken out (assume this meant either at or outside) home the 3rd Sun. July. Ry? didn't feel able to go to Osborn Prairie so we are not going. Susan. I am not sure what date she meant since she mailed it on July 3rd. Possibly, she really meant June or some other month but accidently put July. Unfortunately, Susan didn't list names of everyone. So, I assume she figured her brother's family would know who they are. I have not figured out who 'Ry" could be. I have figured out that Thomas Ratcliff was married twice. I know he is in the picture because I have a newspaper photo of him put in a article in January 1911 and then later when he died in April of 1911. The elderly lady next to him is probably his second wife Elizabeth Jane Little. I doubt if any of the people were from his first wife, Anna Retta Bradford, based on how old the people look in the photo. Silas was in Kansas at this time, so none are probably his family. Ellen and David J. would probably have been older. Emely or Emily Bond could possibly be in the photo, but she too would probably have looked older. I suspect two of the women are Serepta and Ida Ratcliff from the second marriage and sister of Susan. They were not married and still living with their parents. One of the men probably is Edmond "Eddie" Ratcliff since he was living there. Susan is probably in the photo since she mailed it along with her husband Ira Elmer Sowers and their daughter Ruth M. Ruth was born about 1899. Their next child wasn't born until 1912. The question I have is who are the others. Edmond was married to Mary D. s. in 1906 There is one more woman in the photo. They didn't have a child until Based on someone writing her name as Mary Ratcliff Sanders (who was her second husband in 1918, Edmond died in 1911), I suspect she may be the woman. ut if so, it leaves a puzzle as to the other man, two older boys, and another girl. My first guess would be that this is Anderson Ratcliff, his two sons and daughter. His other 2 children would have been young in 1907, but there are no babies or young children in the photo. Possibly they were left out. Also, if Mary is in the photo, where is Anderson's wife? If it is them, Edward "Eddie Thomas Ratcliff, Marion Marshall Ratcliff, and Neomi (Naomi) Ratcliff would be the other young people. Neomi would have been about 7, Eddie would have been about 14, and Marshall would have been about 10. But the young people look older than that. It would make since that they would be Andersons family. However, I found some newspaper articles that say Anderson was sent to the Assylum in Indianapolis in 1905 and again in 1906 and he later died in February 29,1907 there. So, if this was actually taken in June of 1907, he couldn't be in the photo. So, I don't know who the other man is. I found the picture of Edward Thomas Ratcliff who died in WWI. He does look like he could be a older version of one of the young boys, but I don't know for sure. The bigger question is when was the photo taken. She say the 3rd Sun. July, but it is postmarked 3 July 1907. If it really was taken at that time, it would have been from a previous year, such as 1906. In that case it is possible Anderson could be in the photo since he apparently could have came and went back to the hospital since he did it before. If it was taken in 1907, then it is possible that the other man is another Ratcliff. I don't think it would be Zachariah though since he would probably have looked older, plus all of his family would have been older by this time. Three women definitely look like sisters. I can't tell about the forth woman who appears to be a bit younger. One is definitely a son of Thomas, because he just looks like a younger version. The man I am not sure about also looks like he could be a son. The man in the back probably is Ira Elmer Sowers because he doesn't look like the others. Anyway, I was wondering if I could send a copy of the postcard, the newspaper photo of Thomas, and the photo of Edward Thomas and little bio from the Gold Star book, to see if anyone who is related can recognize them. I can give a list of who I think the people might be in the postcard. Thanks Kathy Snow
Reed -- daughters of Rev. Joseph C. and Emma Boothroyd Reed -- Left = Emma; Top = Anna; Right = Mary; Bottom is Josephine - photo taken by John Andrew Henney, Attica, Indiana about 1883 - thanks so much to Jenny Alvarado for this and other awesome Fountain county pics of her ancestors :) Normally, I probably would have typed this, but I LOVED the explanation hand-written on the back - about Mary Cash Boothroyd , mother of Emma Boothroyd Reed - ahhh, if more would have done this :) Reed Brady, son of Anna Reed . Reed - four generations -- I LOVE this picture -- on left is Emma Boothroyd Reed; middle top, Mary Reed Adams; right: Mary Cash Boothroyd; and botto is Mildred Adams Schupp (mother of Little Moe - who is Eleanor Schupp Feitel). Reed Brady, son of Anna Reed -- this one is a pic of cousins, Nayne Reed, Mildred Abigail Adams, Will Reed -- Nayne Reed, daughter of Will B. Reed -- Mary Reed Adams, as a child -- Mildred Adams Schupp, granddaughter of J.C. and Emma Boothroyd Reed - taken by Sperry, 319 Summit Street, Toledo, Ohio -- Mildred is the daughter of Mary Reed & James Adams she married Otto Schupp; their daughter, Eleanor Scupp married Joseph Feitel. Their son, Joseph married Caroline Beach and they had our wonderful contributor, Jenny! You rock, girl! These are sooo awesome!! OTHER REED PICTURES BELOW : Thanks, Jenny!!
** Reed, Joseph Clark (Rev) born 7 March 1826 Ohio and died 27 Oct 1887 -- His wife, Emma Boothroyd Reed -- born 1 April 1833 (England) died 9 May 1906 -- they are buried in Riverside Cemetery, Attica, Indiana -- he was a Doctor of Divinity and served as the Presiding Elder (District Superintent) of Terre Haute and Greencastle districts for the NorthWest Indiana Conference. Also, he served as Chaplain during the Civil War for the 29th Indiana Chaplain
** Reed, Will B. son of Rev. Joseph Clark & Emma Boothroyd Reed married Carrie Hay 3 April 1884 in Fountain County, Indiana. They had at least one daughter, Nayne Reed born Sept 1886
Reichard, Sammy -- was called "Uncle Sammy" even by people who were not his relation. He was a bit slow but a sweet man. The son of Solomon Reichard and Sarah Bowers, he lived with his half sister (see Gooding, Phoebe Sowers) most of his life. You can even see one of the same dogs I believe in the two pictures
Harold Gegner, Ilah Gegner, Vera Gegner Shade, Gertrude Rafferty, Donald Moore, Mary McCarty Starke
Elizabeth Ball Gegner, Charles Gegner, Charlotte Maureder? holding Charlotte Gegner Hudson, Nancy Gegner holding Edith Gegner Ford, Ella McCarty, Alma McCarty, Mary Ball
Hugh McCarty, Ernest Cedars, Anna Maureder, Verne Cedars, Franklin Cedars, Edna Gegner Cedars, Clarence Moore, Mildred Crowder, Margaret Moore, Lydia Fruits Cruea, Benjamin Ball
Shade, John W & 2nd wife, Susan Vice - thanks again to Daivd S for all the great goodies from this family :) SORRY this came out sideways even though I saved it right side up :( SORRY -kz)
Shade, Garfield & Mary Gray - wedding day with family members - neat idea/neat pic - thanks, muches David :) --This I believe is my GreatGrandparents Garfield & Mary Gray Shade's wedding day picture with her side of the family the Gray's & Fouts ( same ones you have in other pictures) .My Aunt was able to put together a key , Back row ;Garfield Shade,Maggie Fouts?, James Gray,Charlie Smith,Cora Cord-Fouts,Jimmy Fouts(son of Joe Fouts,stpsn of Cora) Middle Row; Mary Gray Shade(Daughter of James & Ellie),John Fouts,Ellie Fouts Gray( child Walter Gray),Mother of Ellie Gray& Cora Smith Fouts,Smith Child,Cora Fouts Smith(Sis of Ellie),Joe Fouts(brother of Ellie & Cora,Cecile Gray(sis of Mary,Nellie& Walter) Front Row ;child of John Fouts,Child of John Fouts,Nellie Gray,Icie Smith,Edith Smith,Ilah Fouts,Charles FoutsClaud & Roscoe Fouts up front.
Shirley, Bessie Woods -- thanks to Dustin S -- Bessie Shirley Woods - Jan 3 1885 - Jan 18 1955 - Born Rossville IN - Died Veedersburg IN First to contribute to Red Cross in veedersburg - Also had six sons in service at once. -- Younger pic -- another one - thanks DUSTIN
Shoaf, Pauline ?? (unknown child thought to be Pauline Shoaf -- this is a hoot - I can't imagine doing this to a child for a picture :( Thanks Marsha P for these
Slattery, John (thanks to CDPL for this photo - C'ville Library is great and has a wonderful collection of photos -- John Slattery was born in Limerick County, Ireland in 1841. In Montgomery County, Indiana he apprenticed to a saddlemaker but when he lived in Covington, Fountain County, he owned a tavern. He served in the 86th Indiana Infantry during the Civil War, Co. K. Also from CDPL here is a photo of John in later life. He died 28 January 1890 in Covington. He was married to Elizabeth McCabe and they had 9 children.
Smith, Elmer -- such a cutie - thanks Dustin S for htis one :)
***Stonebraker, Edith -- Edith M Shirley Stonebraker - Jul 5 1904 Kentucky to Dec 1983 Veedersburg Second wife of Charles Alvin Stonebraker - Daughter of Franklin Shirley and Bessie M Woods - thanks so very much to Dustin Stonebraker for this and all these great Stonebraker pics :)
***Stonebraker, Edward J -- Edward J Stonebraker - 14 Jul 1867 Montgomery County to 03 Oct 1945 Indianapolis In. Married Martha Jane Wainscot of Mont County. Father of Homer Stonebraker - Abandoned Family and moved to Indianapolis. His last known address is now the address to the new Lucas Oil Stadium. Buried in an known but unmarked grave. Only known photo of this man. - Thanks so much DS :)
***Stonebraker, Florence -- 90th birthday - Feb 4, 1960 (Florence Idell Smith - thanks to Cynthia Fisher Smith )
***Stonebraker, Homer -- Homer Stonebraker - The basketball player with his second wife Jannette Williams
***Stonebraker, James Robert and wife Betty Noble with Edith ShirleyNoble - thanks to Dustin Stonebraker
***Stonebraker, Martha & Sue Ann -- Martha J Wainscot Stonebraker - Wife of Edward J Stonebraker - 27 Jul 1869 Boston Store, Indiana - 30 Apr 1947 holding grandaughter Sue Ann Stonebraker as labeled. THANKS Dustin
***Stonebraker, Mary Artie -- Mary Artie with Diploma Jun 1900 Montgomery co Schools - thanks Dustin
***Stonebraker, Maurice -- Maurice A Stonebraker - May 15 1908 Veedersburg to Jun 11 1991 Danville IL VA Hospital - Son of Charles Alvin and Lydia Ellen Lightle Stonebraker - Never married - no Children - thanks, Dustin
***Stonebraker, Robert & Sue Allen -- Robert L Stonebraker - Nov 27 1902 Montgomery County to Mar 10 1993 Attica - Married to Susan Dolphina (Delphina) Allen Mar 7 1925 in Attica - Son of Edward J and Martha Jane Wainscott Stonebraker - Brother to Hoosier Basketball Hall of Famer Homer Stonebraker - thanks so much, Dustin!
***Stonebraker, William Earl "Bill" -- William Earl (Bill) Stonebraker - Oct 18 1930 Veedersburg to May 8 1985 - Married July 9 1951 to Ramona Lee Perry
Swanson, Alfred and Amanda Lawson (Mandy) -- they were the sweetest couple at the Barker reunions when I was a kid. She was born in Yeddo, Fountain County in 1887 and married in 1909 there but spent most of her life in Fowler/Lafayette area raising her fabulous children -- he loved kids and the first five began with M's meaning he wanted more (Mary; Mable; Mildre; Myrl; Manford) then came Helen for Hold; Estin for Enough and finally the LAST was Lorene.
Unknowns - several photos of unknown people, especially children
Unknown lady -- probably a Hadley, Madden or relation to them - thanks Jennie
Unknown family - thanks to Jennie - please help us identify this one :)
Unknown family2 - probably of a Fountain family friends/relation to Bowshers. Taken by Eppert & Sons of Terre Haute. Thanks again to Jennie for sending so many of these wonderful family photos (Bowsher)
Unknown woman - has "Stella Lindley" on front with a ? - thanks to Jennie - if anyone can confirm this, please let me know :)
Unknown man -- same exact time obviously as woman above - so he might be a Lindley or else Stella's husband OR I think they look alike so could be bro/sis
Unknown man-wife - photo taken by Eppert & Sons from Terre Haute (but may hav e been in the area taking pictures as more have been found from there)
Unknown man2 - please help identify - could be a Marks; Lindley .... ? Thanks Jennie - hope someone can helps us find out who he is :) Unknown man 2 -- Unknown man 3
Unknown family3 - love this photo from Jennie - again, may be a Bowsher, Lindley or someone from those families :)
Veedersburg Baseball Team - (again thanks to Bill Boone and here's his explanation of this team -- The team at the left was called the Veedersburg Little Jersey Baseball team. They beat the Ladoga Leaders and Eddie Summers in a Championship game played on Sept. 25, 1902. The writer of the Crawfordsville paper wrote under the headline: FADED HOPES = The Championship goes to the Veedersburg Team--Ladoga Threw the Game Away. Pre-game news labeled the game as the game which would decide the championship of the two counties of Fountain and Montgomery. The Leaders lost 6-3. Eddie Summers played 1st base and had three hits in four times at bat.
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Washburn Family -- Fred (born 3 Nov 1885 Attica) and Anna Elizabeth Wagoner (b 30 August 1885 Fountain County) married 2 December 1905 Fountain Co) - their first two children were born in Attica (Melvin - 1906; Clarence - 1910) rest were born in Minnesota - George 1912; Dorothy 1914; Freda 1917 - Lillian 1921 and Donald 1922) - I can only guess who is who there. Fred may have taken the picture - I'd say it's about 1928 so Lillian and Donald are easy as is Freda and Dorothy - not sure about the boys though.
****White, Unknown - could be Alexander below and wife, Hannah (Grant W & I do not think so though) or his father, David & his 2nd wife, Jane Shaw or even Aleander's brother, David & his wife, Fanny Dillon. Any help identifying the people in the photo greatly appreciated. Grant ... Karen
****White, Alexander 1810-1887 - original owned by Mary Virginia Switzer of Fountain County, a descendent of Alexander & Hannah. . Family legend says this man is Alexander White. Photo contributed by Grant White. Thanks so much GW :)
****White, Hannah Wheeler - 1808-1884 -- original owned by Mary Virginia Switzer of Fountain County, a descendent of Alexander & Hannah. Family legend says this man is Alexander White. Photo contributed by Grant White. Thanks so much GW :)
****White Family Home -- anyone know if it's still there? E-mail me or Grant (e-mails above). This home was on "Whites Corner" in Fountain County and was still there in 1986. It was built about 1840 probably by Alexander White, above. I loved Grant's notation -- You can see that most of the people standing in front of the house, and some of the details in the foreground, are very unclear. I don't know if this is due to the age of the photo or to the photograph itself. "You can, though, make out details like the fact that one of the young women is holding a baby, and that the family dog made it into the picture as well. :-)"