Wilton Sisters 1902 Stewart family photo

Wilton Sisters 1902

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Mary Emeline Wilton née Stewart (on left) with daughters Florence (at front), Noreen (at back) and Daisy (on right) in Nebraska USA around 1902 About Mary Emeline (Stewart) Wilton: Mary was the daugh ... show more

Mary Emeline Wilton née Stewart (on left) with daughters Florence (at front), Noreen (at back) and Daisy (on right) in Nebraska USA around 1902

About Mary Emeline (Stewart) Wilton

Mary was the daughter of James Stewart and Parlee McVeigh, and married to John Wilton, born around 1858 in England. She had four daughters: Lallou (16/3/1879-5/5/1954), Daisy (1884-?1930), Noreen Moore (11/5/1891-19/6/1978), Florence (27/12/1893-16/4/1956). Listed as being married 19 years on 1900 US Census, although Lallou was then 21 and married herself. ...more about Mary Emeline (Stewart) Wilton

AncientFaces Such a pretty photo! Mary Emeline Wilton with her daughters Florence, Noreen & Daisy taken in Nebraska 1902.
Jul 16 · Reply
Robert Johnson Who is the photographer?
Jul 16 · Reply
Alan Fraser No idea as to photographer. According to the 1900 Census they lived in Falls Hill, NB, and in 1910 they lived in Omaha. Florence in front was born in 1893.
Jul 18 · Reply
Robert Johnson Alan thanks - my Great Grandfather (P. Schadlewsky) was a photographer in Nebraska during that time.
Aug 08 · Reply
John Tester The youngest hasn't grown into the family haircut yet :)
Jul 18 · Reply
Alan Fraser According to my photo dating expert there were very strict rules about female hairstyles in those days. Girls didn't put their hair up until their teens.
Jul 20 · Reply
Jeanet Groenink all pretty ladies!
Jul 30 · Reply
Filipe Medeiros The one on the left is kind of haunting
Aug 06 · Reply
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