Amos Moses Virgin Family Portrait
To the best of my knowledge they are: The three daughters on the top row, I cannot swear to their identy. BUT since all the others are in birth order, I think that is a fair judgment Back row: ... show more
To the best of my knowledge they are: The three daughters on the top row, I cannot swear to their identy. BUT since all the others are in birth order, I think that is a fair judgment
Back row: Sarah (1876(; Alice (1879(; Mary (1882)and George (1885)
Grandpa Virgin with Alicia (1897) on his lap
Eugenie (1889); Jesse (1892 died in 1928); and Louise (1894)
Harold (1899) up on the edge of the sofa (Notice that there is 23 Years difference in Sarah and Harold)
Now for some information:
Sarah and Alice moved to Rexburg/Salem when Mother was just a small child.
Their sister, Linda Rose (1880 and died 1882), was buried in St Charles and is not pictured. Her grave is there beside Grandpa & Grandma Virgin in St Charles.
Grandma & Grandpa visited the two daughters and decided to move up there also.
I remember Mother, Alicia, talking about some of their chickens getting away. Wish I could remember what they were called. Mutton chop that was the name of them. They had these fluffy feathers on their legs.
George died from a ruptured appendix in 1903. Grandpa Virgin made the trip to SL to do George's endowment and have him sealed to a lady by the name of Elvira Judy. She had died previously and this was a decision by both parents to seal them to each other.
People in this photo
Zalia Louise Virginborn 1894
Alice Xarissa Virginborn 1879
Mary Ann Virginborn 1882
George Amos Virginborn 1885
Eugenie Virginborn 1889
Jessie Virginborn 1892
Alicia Naomi Virginborn 1897
Heber Harold Virginborn 1999
Amos Moses Virginborn 1854
Sarah Frances Merkleyborn 1857
Sarah Frances Virginborn 1876