Christine Gose

AncientFaces Member since Jun 30, 2015

About: I am a novice genealogy nut. I am researching the following surnames of my ancestors: Allen, Hoyt, Bartlett, Martin, Reeder, Machemer, McNeal, Worthington, Tefft, Porter, Nichols, Eddy, and many more.

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My great-great Grandmother, Abigail (Reeder) Allen with (left to right), daughter Arzilla (Allen) Kiess, another daughter (unsure of which one, either Margaret Allen or Sarah [Allen] Jones. Unsure of who the last woman is. She bears a very strong resemblance to an older photo of a young girl identified only on the back of said photo as "AuSeva Ridall".
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a photo of great-great Grandmother Abigail Allen taken in the 1800's.
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My great-great grandmother, Abigail (Reeder) Allen. Wife of Issac Allen, mother of John Burdell Allen, Grandmother of Audray O. Allen, great-grandmother of Richard E. Allen
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My great-great grandmother, Abigail (Reeder) Allen. Another of the photos given to me by a 2nd cousin.
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This is my great-great grandfather, Isaac Allen from PA, 1st lieutenant, Co. G,76th Pennsylvania Infantry. This photo is contained within an old monogrammed album which once belonged to my great-great grandmother, Abigail (Reeder) Allen, which was graciously given to me by a 2nd cousin. I have lots of great photos that I am willing to share with other family members!1865
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My great-grandparents, Frances Adelade (Eddy) and George Marshall McNeal. George was born around the 1840's. They were the parents of my grandfather, George Walter McNeal. Both are buried in Michigan. If anyone has information on this family, please contact me.
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This is my great-grandfather, George Marshall McNeal. He was born around the 1840's (different records conflict this date), but there is some mystery as to where. Oral family history says that he was born aboard the ship traveling from Ireland to Canada, and that his mother died at sea after giving birth. Some census records list his place of birth as Ireland, some list it as Canada. He died and is buried in Michigan. If anyone has information on any othe the people shown in my "McNeal" photos, please contact me.
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My great-uncle David McNeal. Born in later 1800's and originally from Michigan. Died in Oregon. He was the son of George Marshall McNeal and Francis Adelade (Eddy) McNeal, brother of my grandfather, George Walter McNeal. Grandson of David McNeal of Ireland.
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This photo is of my great-uncle David McNeal. Originally from Michigan, he was born in the later 1800's, and moved out to Oregon, where he and his second wife had the hobby of raising skunks. He died and is buried in Oregon. I believe that this photo was taken during a visit home to see family in Michigan.
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Agnes, Clara, and Sarah Ellen Worthington. Daughters of Bazzle and Agnes (Murphy) Worthington. Probably taken in the early to mid 1880's.
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Christine Gose I did a search for the name on the engine of the train. It appears to be the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad. It took a while for construction to get into full swing, but I think finally did so in the mid-late 1870's. If you look up the information on the railroad, it might give you some insight into when and where this photo may have been taken. Good luck!
Dec 28, 2007 · posted to the photo Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad
Christine Gose Just curious, did any of your Eddy ancestors end up in New York? My Great-great grandfather was Jasper Eddy, from New York. He died, and his wife and children relocated to Michigan.
Sep 22, 2003 · posted to the photo John Kidder