Stella Adams gets her portrait taken by Hanover, PA photographer Frommeyer on the 24th of May 1900. She may be from Hanover or a nearby town like McSherrystown, New Oxford Abbotstown or the like
From my collection.No other info on this person or family line.
Mary "Mamie" Weaver with her children who served in WWII. from L to R.
Her son William, who was later KIA in Korea, Her son George, Mamie, Her daughter Agnes,and her son Fred
Thomas Perkins,state unknown, photo says Washington City ( may be from PA that is where I purchased it) Newspaper clipping on back states that he died at Confederate States military prison in Salisbury NC 12/29/1864.He was a member of the United States Telegraph Corps, and was aged 25 yrs,11 months an 10 days.
I have no more info .I am a collector, not related.
Found in an album purchased in Hellam, York Co. PA.. no photographers back mark, none of the other photos were ID'd. Assuming he was killed in battle as the mourning material was in the album pocket with his photo
back reads 'Andrew Franklin of Burlington Kansas was in the war of 1812 Born Dec 25 1791.Was in the Mexican War Came to Kansas in 1857 from Iowa"
I am NOT related to the Franklin line, just a collector of photos.Also this pic has found a home with an ancestor.
Beautiful shot ,possibly taken in the Adirondacks of Bertha (berttia??Handwriting is hard to read but looks like to crossed 't's )sitting on a bench between the trees reading
Albert Harris and friend on horse back .Photo taken in New York
Believed to be Adam Becker ,my ggg grandfather,who fought in the 200th PA Regiment.His Brother Henry also served.
This is William J Murray,QMSgt. of 115th PA Vol b.1832 (aprox)He lived in Philadelphia PA. After the war he was a clerk and was a census taker in 1880,the same year he died.