Kathy Lorenz

AncientFaces Member since Jul 28, 2015

About: Do any of these lovely people in these pictures belong in your family tree? Please contact me if you'd like the originals. Thank you.

Researching: Gilliam, Gullett, Lorenz, Hafner

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Cartes de visite (aka CDV) rescued from an estate sale in Longview, TX. Wes Hogan is probably somehow related to the Penn family of Morgan Co., Alabama and Hopkins Co., Texas.
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Cartes de visite (aka CDV) rescued from an estate sale in Longview, TX. On back: W. McClellan, Artistic Photographer (successor to J. R. Davis), 705 Main St., Dallas, Texas. Henry Day is probably somehow related to the Penn family of Morgan Co., Alabama and Hopkins Co., Texas.
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Tintype rescued from an estate sale in Longview TX. Other pictures in that collection were labeled as descendents of Stephen and Mary [McKay] Penn, or W. L. Pickens or Newton and Martha [Dalrymple] Patrick of Alabama and Hopkins Co., TX.
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This is a 16 x 20 picture, either a hand drawing or a hand tinted picture rescued from an estate sale in Longview, TX. On the back is written: Newton Patrick, Born May 7, 1852, Died Jan 1930; Martha Dalrymple Patrick, Born Feb. 10, 1855, Died Oct 9, 1905. It appears they were both born in Ala., and migrated to Hopkins Co., Texas.
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Cabinet card, c1900, rescued from an estate sale in Longview, TX. Photo by Miss McLemore of Winnsboro, Texas. This family is probably part of the Penn and Patrick family of Ala., migrated to Hopkins Co TX. Could this be J. Roscoe Penn and Maymie Patrick Penn?
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Cabinet card rescued from an estate sale in Longview, TX. Photographer T. Rainwater, Sulphur Springs, TX. From the overall collection of identifiable pictures, probably was related to the Penn family of Hopkins Co., TX. Is this possibly Mark Leslie Hargrove 1873-1914, son of Hugh L and Ellen Penn Hargrove?
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This lovely cabinet card was rescued from an estate sale in Longview, Texas. From the overall collection in the sale, they were probably related to Stephen and Mary McKay Penn. Could this be William W. and Matollie E (Molly Pickens) Penn? In the 1920 Upshur Co TX census William is age 65, b in Ala., occupation physician.
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Cabinet card rescued from an estate sale in Longview, TX. Photographer T. Rainwater, Sulphur Springs, TX. Is this Oscar F. Junell listed as age 29 in the 1900 Hopkins Co. TX census? Junell probably has some connection to the Penn family of Ala. and Hopkins Co., TX.
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Rescued from an estate sale in Longview, Texas. Mrs. W. L. Pickens, Died Mar 5, 1891. Mr W. L. Pickens, a 70-yr-old widow is listed as father-in-law in the household of W. W. and Mary E. Penn in the 1900 Hopkins Co., TX census. From the photos found, there seem to be connections to the Stephen and Mary McKay Penn family of Ala. and TX, and the Newton and Martha Dalrymple Patrick families.
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Photo rescued from an estate sale in Longview, Texas. Research from the identifiable pictures found Newton and Martha Dalrymple Patrick and Stephen and Mary McKay Penn had a family connection. The Penns seem to have migrated from Alabama to Hopkins Co., TX in the 1850s.
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