1850s? Thomas C. Brown, b. Oct. 24, 1828, son of George E. Brown and Aphema (Seamans) Brown. Thomas' wife, Nancy (Currier) Brown, b. May 30, 1830, dau. of Abner Currier and Margaret (Davis) Currier.
This is a close-up of part of the original ambrotype.
Mary (Partsch)Schmidt, widow of Frank Schmidt who died in 1891; her mother Victoria (Koenig) Partsch, widow of Franz Partsch who died in 1894, Mary's sons [most likely, and their order unknown] Frank, Conrad, and Robert.
Vicoria Partsch's angel grave marker and the matching marker of her husband, Franz Partsch, were stolen in the late 1990's. The Partsch family would apprieciate any information that would help locate these cherished family markers.
From the 19th-century Lahowetz-Stewart album, Wm. Drinkwater and wife; friends rather than relatives
Fred Stewart, youngest child of F.A. and Lucretia (Brown) Stewart, mar. Ella Newlon
F.A. and Lucretia (Brown) Stewart, circa 1880s. He, the son of John and Rebecca (Russell) Stewart and she, the dau. of George E. and Aphema (Seamans) Brown.
George E. Woodbury, 1850-1941, married Frances Stewart, dau. of F.A. and Lucretia (Brown) Stewart. Known as 'Ed,' he is a 'main character' in the diary of his brother-in-law, Jacob O. Stewart.
Charles Henry Stewart, 1859-1927, son of F.A. and Lucretia (Brown) Stewart, brother of Jacob O. Stewart
From the 19th-century Lahowetz-Stewart album, Martin Johns, a friend rather than a relative
Labeled only 'Johns,' this photo from the 19th-century Lahowetz-Stewart album depicts, no doubt, the children of Adolph Johns and wife.