Brian Mccullough

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Handwritten on the back is her name and "January 1948, Five years old". A quick on-line search found she was born in San Francisco, 10 December 1942.
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This is the only known picture of my great-great-grandfather, Yates Sherman, 1849-1891. It's a wedding portrait done at the time of his 1871 marriage to Ellen Maria Rand, who may be seen here under that surname. Yates lived in the North Adams, MA,- Pownal, VT area.
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Arthur G. Hill, my great-grandfather, Captain and shortstop for the Florence (MA) Eagles, the Western Massachusetts base ball champions of 1865.
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A candid shot of Lucius Clark Rand of North Adams, Mass. in his capacity as a mail carrier, probably not long before his 1911 death. His father, wife and daughter are also shown on this website.
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Caroline Finette Sibley, 1836-1913. My great-great-great-grandmother, who married Lucius Clark Rand. A companion portrait of him may be found at that surname.
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Lucius Clark Rand, 1837-1911. The Civil War veteran at one time made boots and at another worked as a mail carrier. He is my great-great-great-grandfather. A companion portrait of his wife, Caroline Finette Sibley, will be found at that surname.
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Kate Louise (Edwards) Hill, 1842-1913, in 1869: My great-grandmother, Kate Edwards, from a small tintype believed to have been taken at about the time of her 1869 marriage to Arthur G. Hill.
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Ellen Maria (Rand) Sherman Beaman, 1856 -1935, of North Adams, Massachusetts. She married Yates Sherman, my great-great-grandfather, in 1871. He died in 1894. She was later married to landscape painter Waldo Beaman.
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The family home of Moses and Mary Jane (Small) Austin. Built in the 1860s, it was operated as a hotel and remained in the family until Mary Jane's 1909 death. It still stands on Water Street in Addison, Maine.
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The home built by Samuel L. Hill in the 1840s, with additions in the 1860s, located in Florence, Massachusetts. Remaining in the family until 1930, it still stands at 33 Maple St., Florence, Massachusetts. It has now been divided into six apartments.
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Brian Mccullough The leaves are on the trees and Bertha has no sleeves. It's a pretty good bet this isn't around Christmas time in Boston.
Jun 24, 2014 · posted to the photo Bertha & Anna Heidke, Massachusetts 1925