Gamble Family? Wilkinson family photo

Gamble Family?

Taken at Kenneth Wilkinson, Waterloo, Ontario Canada.

This picture shows some older members of my Family. I would guess that the smaller lady is my great great Grandmother Gamble Ann M. F Wife M Dec 23 1860 I would speculate that that is her husband t ... show more

This picture shows some older members of my Family. I would guess that the smaller lady is my great great Grandmother

Gamble Ann M. F Wife M Dec 23 1860

I would speculate that that is her husband to her left the large man and that would make him

Gamble Franklin M Head M May 12 1868

I would appreciate anybody's input who knows the true identity of these people and who the others are.

Mystery: I would like to know where the picture was taken and approximately what time period.
I'd also like to know exactly who the people are. And approximately what age they were.
I hope that any family and outside family or friends who recognizes them will contribute.
My own presumption is that the photo was taken at the home in Algoma Ontario and was part of a family gathering or funeral judging by the dark colours.

Kenneth Wilkinson OK I have found out that the couple on the right is Joseph Benjamin Peterbaugh son of Peter and Emma Canadian side of Puterbaugh family out of Pennsyvania and Germany.

Joseph Benjamin Peterbaugh
b.May 10, 1891 in Algoma, Ontario
baptized 1893/02/09
d.1961 MAPLE LEAF CEMETERY ECHO
BAY Ont.
m.May 27, 1917, Echo Bay to Edna Blanche Gamble b: December 19, 1892.

Obit; Edna Blanche Peterbaugh

DEATH: At Riverdale Hospital, Toronto, Saturday January 23, 1971, Mrs. Edna Blanche Peterbaugh, beloved wife of the late Joseph Peterbaugh. Dear mother of Sarah, Marjorie, Peter and Al, all of Toronto, Charlie of Carrying Place, Rollie (Red) of Mount Albert, Ivan and Mrs. H Barber (Violet) of this city and the late Mabel. Also survived by 39 grandchildren, and 19 great-grandchildren. Resting at the Barton Funeral Home from 5 p.m. Tuesday January 26, funeral service from the chapel Wednesday January 27 at 10 a.m. Rev. Irvine Johnston. Officiating internment in Maple Leaf Cemetery, Echo Bay. Donation to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated.
Feb 28, 2006 6:16 am · Reply
Kenneth Wilkinson OK I have found out that the couple on the right is Joseph Benjamin Peterbaugh son of Peter and Emma Canadian side of Puterbaugh family out of Pennsylvania and Germany.

Joseph Benjamin Peterbaugh
b.May 10, 1891 in Algoma, Ontario
baptized 1893/02/09
d.1961 MAPLE LEAF CEMETERY ECHO
BAY Ont.
m.May 27, 1917, Echo Bay to Edna Blanche Gamble b: December 19, 1892.

Obit; Edna Blanche Peterbaugh

DEATH: At Riverdale Hospital, Toronto, Saturday January 23, 1971, Mrs. Edna Blanche Peterbaugh, beloved wife of the late Joseph Peterbaugh. Dear mother of Sarah, Marjorie, Peter and Al, all of Toronto, Charlie of Carrying Place, Rollie (Red) of Mount Albert, Ivan and Mrs. H Barber (Violet) of this city and the late Mabel. Also survived by 39 grandchildren, and 19 great-grandchildren. Resting at the Barton Funeral Home from 5 p.m. Tuesday January 26, funeral service from the chapel Wednesday January 27 at 10 a.m. Rev. Irvine Johnston. Officiating internment in Maple Leaf Cemetery, Echo Bay. Donation to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated.
Feb 28, 2006 6:17 am · Reply
Kenneth Wilkinson OK I have found out that the couple on the right is Joseph Benjamin Peterbaugh son of Peter and Emma Canadian side of Puterbaugh family out of Pennsylvania and Germany.

Joseph Benjamin Peterbaugh
b.May 10, 1891 in Algoma, Ontario
baptized 1893/02/09
d.1961 MAPLE LEAF CEMETERY ECHO
BAY Ont.
m.May 27, 1917, Echo Bay to Edna Blanche Gamble b: December 19, 1892.

Obit; Edna Blanche Peterbaugh

DEATH: At Riverdale Hospital, Toronto, Saturday January 23, 1971, Mrs. Edna Blanche Peterbaugh, beloved wife of the late Joseph Peterbaugh. Dear mother of Sarah, Marjorie, Peter and Al, all of Toronto, Charlie of Carrying Place, Rollie (Red) of Mount Albert, Ivan and Mrs. H Barber (Violet) of this city and the late Mabel. Also survived by 39 grandchildren, and 19 great-grandchildren. Resting at the Barton Funeral Home from 5 p.m. Tuesday January 26, funeral service from the chapel Wednesday January 27 at 10 a.m. Rev. Irvine Johnston. Officiating internment in Maple Leaf Cemetery, Echo Bay. Donation to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated.
Feb 28, 2006 6:21 am · Reply
Kenneth Wilkinson delete later post with type o's Pennsyvania
Feb 28, 2006 6:24 am · Reply
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