Sybil Layton

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Daughter of James J. & Margaret C. A. (Shannon) Coverdell. Married George W. Wakefield. George and Sarah Coverdell Wakefield moved to Del Norte County, California about 1892, started several businesses there. One the Wakefield race track and another was a Photo shop that their son William Lester Wakefield cared for.
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Son of Charles H. & Francine (Wilbanks) Coverdell, husband of Nancy Adeline Williamson. Married 1911 OK.
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James J. Coverdell died during the Civil War. The name Sarah is alleged to be written on the back of the photo and on the front of the photo was written Gen Kilpatrick on the bottom edge.

Note: Upon closer examination of the individual and his attire, it is my own theory that this photo is that of James J. Coverdell in military attire and this photo was addressed to Sarah. See submission for Sarah Ann (Coverdell) Wakefield.
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Mariah C. (King) Coverdell, 3rd wife of James J. Coverdell. Their known issue; Orville G., James & William Albert.
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Son of Jacob Emery & Elizabeth "Lizzie" Wright (Foss) Layton, husband of Lida May Frazier.
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James Crawford & Sarah Elizabeth (Nurse) Garten Family: Nellie Leona, Claude Grover, Jennie Myrtle, Mabel Clair, Ruby Viola, Franklin James and Lena May.
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Wife of Derritt Sanford Fitzgerald. Also recorded as Mary Slavin, Slaven, Stover.
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Son of James Stephen & Catherine "Jane" (Bruce) Fitzgerald. 1st marr 1818 Susannah Ferguson 2nd marr 1826 Mary "Polly" Slover.
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Son of James Crawford & Sarah Elizabeth (Nurse) Garten, husband of Ida Lola Rhodes.
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Son of John & Fanny Williamson. 1st marr 1866 Rachel J. Jenkins 2nd marr 1883 Mary Sophronia Baldridge.
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Sybil Layton [4/24/2010] Mystery solved? It is very probable this photocard was sent to Ida (Rhodes) Garten from her aunt Margaret "Maggie" M. (Evans) Pool who family members noted as moving to New Mexico to work for an Indian agency. In the 1910 census Margaret and her husband, Stephen A. Pool, are enumerated in the San Juan Indian Agency or San Juan Indian Training School.
Apr 24, 2010 · posted to the photo Native American Women