Faculty photo for Leander R Peck School in Barrington, RI 1936
Clapp Memorial Association's high-flying Atoms, who have beaten the best and are living proof of the old wordage: the bigger they are, the harder they fall.
A four generation picture of Hosea Sturtevant Jr, Herbert, George and Walter Sturtevant. Hosea Jr was a soldier of the Revolutionary war.
Benjamin E Osgood married Matilda Dawson. They lived in Quebec and New Hampshire. Their daughter Eliza married Warren W. Merrill of New Hampshire.
Thomas Haley is my third great grandfather, born in Deerfield, NH in 1801. He married Eliza Whitcher and they lived in East Andover, NH.
The Sam Haley house is on the Isle of Shoals, 9 miles out of Portsmouth, NH, but is known as the oldest house in Maine. The New Hampshire/Maine border splits these nine islands. Sam Haley was a colorful character who lived on this island which was known as Haley's Island in the 1700's. I am Sam Haley's 6th Great Grand Neice.
We celebrate Mom and Dad's 40th wedding anniversary at Ray and Linda's home.
Delphino Aguiar Silvia married Marie Eugina Costa. They lived in Maine and Massachusetts but were born in the Azuares.
Brother John and sister Ellie pose for picture.
The Sturtevant aunts, (Amelia, Harriet and Dolly) hold birthday party on Pine Hill. Among the boys are Bob, Karl and Phil Gardner.