James Wallace Scott, of Lockport, Niagara Co., NY. Born in Aberdeen Scotland in 1830 to William and Anne Scott, came to Ontario as a child, then ran away to Lockport, NY at age 17. Married Lucinda Phillips. His son Burt Phillips Scott was the only of his children to have offspring.
Said to be a portrait of Abraham Phillips of Newfane, Niagara County, NY. Probably a reprint of an earlier photograph.
Son of David and Mary (Swartwout) Phillips, born in Plattekill, Ulster County, NY in 1896. Married three times and fathered 22 children.
Richard Parks Wilson, taken in Lockport, NY. He was the son of Richard and Ann (Craddock) Wilson. Married Ida Goodman and had four children: Fred, Maude, Mae and Louis (also George who died young). Lived in Three Rivers and Detroit, MI.
Daniel and Martha (Robinson) Wilson, of Lockport, Niagara County, NY. Moved to NY from Loftus, Yorkshire, England in 1832. Wilson, Robinson
Four daughters of Henry and Marilla (Stevens) Goodman, of Royalton, Niagara County, NY. Back row Martha Willard and Ida Wilson. Front row Mary Jane Spurr and Melissa McBerty. Taken by Willard Spurr, son of Mary Jane.
Portrait of Silent Era film star Buster Keaton, taken by Melbourne Spurr, one of the leading celebrity photographers of the 1920s.
Daughter of William Lumsden Duff and Mary Thompson. She was born in Syracuse, NY, and moved with the family back to Ontario, then to Detroit. In early 1870s she moved to Toronto, where she met John Hazzard McBrien, and they married. The McBrien family then moved to Louisville, KY, Atlanta, GA and finally to Denver, CO.
J. Sydenham Thompson was the son of John Barker Thompson and Margaret Lumsden Duff, of Toronto, Ontario.
Louisa (Schechterle) Lauterwasser, wife of William Lauterwasser. She was born in Wurttemburg, Germany. She and William raised their family near Luddington, Mason Co., MI. Robert (Dahn) Lauterwasser, was raised as her son, and was born in 1907.
Elizabeth Sarah Duff, wife of James Lyon Woodard. Taken Toledo, OH.