C. 1895 Photograph (ROSSMANN, LEBECK, BRUHN, NISSEN, THONNING)

Photographer: Unknown

Written on Front:

Aunt Corrie Rossmann

Tillie Lebeck

Anna Bruhn

Grandma Anna Nissen

Barney Nissen

Grandpa Nissen

?

Julius Nissen

Kate Thonning

Research:

Aunt Augustina Caroline ‘Corrie’ Nissen Rossman (b.1857), sister of Ewald Nissen, married Christian A. Rossman on 28 Feb 1877 at Walnut, Pottawattamie County, Iowa.

Matilda ‘Tillie’ Nissen (b. 1879), daughter of Anna Bossen Nissen and Ewald Nissen, married Alfred Lebeck.

Anna Bossen (1837-1929) married Ewald Nissen [Grandpa Nissen] (1833-1897).

Anna Emile Nissen (b.1876), daughter of Anna Bossen Nissen and Ewald Nissen, married Christian Luis Bruhn 9 May 1894 in Shelby County, Iowa, USA.

? is probably Edward Nissen (b.1873), son of Anna Bossen Nissen and Ewald Nissen, who married Minnie M. Dreyer on 12 Dec 1900 in Pottawattamie County, Iowa.

Barney Nissen (1871-1949), son of Anna Bossen Nissen and Ewald Nissen, married Mary H. Namanny.

Julius Nissen (1857-1932), the son of Anna Bossen Nissen and Ewald Nissen, married Mary.

Kate Thonning (b. 1865), daughter of Anna Bossen Nissen and Ewald Nissen, married J.P. Thonning.

1907 Photograph Taken in Augusta, Maine (GOODRICH)

Photographer: H.R. Mansus of Augusta, Maine

Names on Back: Mabel and Irene Goodrich (4 years old)

Research:

Mabel F. McNelly (born 1874 in Maine) was the daughter of James R. McNelly and Louisa McNelly. She married Harry E. Goodrich on 20 September 1893 in Somerset County, Maine. Mable F. McNelly Goodrich died in 1948 and is buried beside her husband in Hallowell Village Cemetery, Hallowell, Kennebec County, Maine.

Irene Lora Goodrich (born 27 Apr 1903 in Augusta, Kennebec County, Maine) was the daughter of Harry E. Goodrich and Mabel F. Goodrich, nee McNelly.

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C. 1900s Photograph taken in Lineville, Wayne County, Iowa (Belvel)

Photographer: J.P. Abents, Lineville Iowa

Written on Back: To Aunt Ann McNutt From Elijah Belvill and Family

Research:

Elijah M. Belvel (born 2 Feb 1861) was the son of William Belvel and Sina Belvel (nee Gloshen). Elijah M. Belvel married Charlotte ‘Lottie’ Tadlock on 5 Aug 1884 in Wayne County, Iowa. He died on 5 Feb 1905 and is buried beside his wife and two sons in Ottumwa Cemtery, Ottumwa, Wapello County, Iowa.

Mary Charlotte Tadlock Belvel (born 15 Nov 1860 in Albany, Appanoose County, Iowa) was the daughter of Benjamin Bullington Tadlock and Martha Emaline Tadlock (nee Sayers). She died at the home of her daughter, Beulah Johnston, on 23 Apr 1919 in Ottumwa, Wapello County, Iowa.

The photo was originally sent by the Belvel family to Nancy Ann McNutt (nee Gloshen), the sister of Elijah’s mother who lived in Franklin County, Indiana.

Children likely pictured:

  1. Austin Lazelle (born 6 May 1886-died 19 Aug 1913 Ottumwa, Wapello County, Iowa) Belvel
  2. Beulah M. (born Oct 1888-died 1970 Polk County, Iowa) Belvel Johnston
  3. Earnest Everett (born 23 Nov 1889-died 4 Oct 1913 Ottumwa, Wapello County, Iowa) Belvel
  4. Margaret Paralee (born 4 Feb 1892-died 27 Dec 1937 Polk County, Iowa) Belvel Schinkel
  5. Blanche Evalyn (born 15 Jun 1893-died 25 Aug 1919 Ottumwa, Wapello County, Iowa) Belvel Gossage Pittington

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C. 1900 Photograph Taken in New Berlin, New York (PECK)

Photographer: W. E. Shanwood, New Berlin New York

Written on Back: Frances M. Peck 3 1/2 years

Research:

Frances M. Peck (born 27 June 1891 in New York) was the daughter of William G. Peck and Mary C. Peck. She married Laurence S. Cramer and died in September 1971 in Cambridge, Washington County, New York.

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C. 1920s Photograph Taken in Ashland County, Ohio (WILLIAMS)

Photographer: Mowrey, Ashland Ohio

Written on Front: Aunt Doris (Williams)

Doris Warjon (born 9 September 1897 in Wales) was the daughter of William M. Warjon and Mary M. (nee Jackson) Warjon. She married Robert Lloyd Williams on 17 July 1920 in Summit County, Ohio but they divorced sometime before the 1930 Census. Doris Warjon Williams died on 11 September 1969 in Ashland, Ohio and is buried in Polk Cemetery, Ashland, Ohio.

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NOTE: Please see this entry for another photo of her: https://consultingfamilydetectiveblog.wordpress.com/2015/10/19/c-1910s-photograph-warjon-williams/

 

C. 1900 Photograph Taken in Lexington, Missouri (Hull)

Photographer: G.W. Phares, Lexington MO

Written on Back: Lottie Hull, Sedalia MO

Research:

Lettie Gray Hull (born 11 February 1903 in Carlsbad, Eddy County, New Mexico) was the daughter of William H. Hull Sr. and Lettie Brown. She married Elvin L. Horst on June 1 1934. Lottie Gray Hull Horst died on 18 August 1979 in Wisconsin.

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C. 1900s Photograph Taken in Braymer, Missouri (MOHN)

Photographer: Trowbridge, Braymer MO

Written on Back: Milo Mohn

Research:

Milo Mohn (born Feb 19 1900 in Cowgill, Caldwell County, Missouri) was the son of Henry Frank Mohn and Willie May Mohn (nee Taylor). He married Leta Hedrick and died June 26 1962 at Larned, Pawnee County, Kansas. Milo Mohn is buried with his wife and parents in Garfield Cemetery, Pawnee County, Kansas, USA.

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