Elizabeth (Mallory) Daniels and children

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A photo of Elizabeth (Mallory) Daniels and children - Descendants of Candace Sarah Emery and John Daniels. Elizabeth Mallory b 27 Dec 1856 married Henry Brown Daniels 1886. children: Henry Brown Daniels jr Oct 1877 and Jasper Mallory Daniels 23 Jun 1889. Henry Brown Daniels Sr b 1848, was son of Candace Sarah Emery and John Daniels.
Date & Place: at Mott twp, in Hampton, Hamilton co, Iowa USA
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Ancient Faces
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Mother and her two sons (yep, despite the bow) 1890 Iowa.
Feb 25, 2019 · Reply
Mallory Smith
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PS: The Daniels boys mother, Elizabeth Mallory Daniels, died of TB in 1891 and father Henry Brown Daniels moved to a farm outside of Elwood NE. With the approach of WWI the boys moved to British Columbia where Jasper became a forest ranger and timber cruiser....Daniels River named after him and Lois Lake after his daughter) Henry owned a restaurant and like his father became a dog trainer... he trained one for Betty Davis. Jasper's son Jasper Mallory Daniels Jr became a famous wooden ship builder and self-trained artist. He changed his name to Allen Farrell in 1955. Two books have been written about his life, Sailing Back in Time and Salt on the Wind. He is in the encyclopedia of Canada and his art may be viewed by googling allen Farrell. He died in Mar 2002.
May 09, 2009 · Reply
Denny Super-Witwer
I have pics of my Great great and 3rd Great grandfather wearing dresses and children. It was very common.
Feb 25, 2019 · Reply
Becky Kelly
Love these old pictures. ❤️💕♥️🤩🤗👏♥️❤️
Feb 25, 2019 · Reply
KellieAnne Foreman
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I belive yoy, ppl are just too hung up on standards related to gender
Feb 25, 2019 · Reply
Rose Derifield Robinson
I have picture of my Dad in little white baby dress
Feb 25, 2019 · Reply
Dolly Collins Cohoon
I probably would not do the bow tho... even back then.
Feb 25, 2019 · Reply
Nina Morway
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Son an daughter; People in this photo: Jasper Mallory Daniels (born 1889), Elizabeth Jane Mallory (born 1857), and Henry Brown Daniels Jr. (born 1887)
Feb 25, 2019 · Reply
Ami Wilber-Mosher
Elizabeth was the mother. Henry and Jasper were the boys. So it was indeed a mother and two sons. 🙂
Feb 25, 2019 ·
Nina Morway
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Ami Wilber-Mosher , you are correct! My mistake.
Feb 25, 2019 ·
Heather Brennan
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Beautiful fam
Feb 25, 2019 · Reply
Lynne Leonard
I believe you. Here's my Dad. He used to joke that he was ahead of his time.
Feb 25, 2019 · Reply
Gidget Nelson
I heard stories that my grandpa was dressed like a girl when he was little
Feb 25, 2019 · Reply
Christine Kyle
Elissa Kyle Julia Hennings-
Feb 25, 2019 · Reply
Sara Simon
Bow was probably to keep.his hair out of his eyes.
Feb 25, 2019 · Reply
Wendy Laan
What was the reason to dress boys like girls back then?
Feb 25, 2019 · Reply
Lisa Napier
To make it easier to change their diaper and clean them up. They wore dresses until they were toilet trained then they went into pants.
Feb 25, 2019 ·
Wendy Laan
Lisa Napier Ah thanks!
Feb 26, 2019 ·
Linda Baumker-Salvo
Wendy Laan no rules back then. No pink/blue like today. Times have changed.
Apr 05, 2019 ·
Paula Rodrigues
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What a beautiful woman!
Feb 25, 2019 · Reply
Jan Mortimer
I have been blessed to have a few family pictures from over 100 years ago. The boys had very short hair or a Dutch boy hair cut, big wide collars but never dresses. Interesting.
This is my oldest son @ age 4 in '81. It was a popular cut back then.
Feb 26, 2019 · Reply
Jan Mortimer
Clips or Bobbie pins or a boy's hair cut?🤔
Feb 26, 2019 · Reply
Mari-lyn Lyons
Both my uncles had on velvet dresses for a portrait taken in the 1890s, the were 3 or 4💕
Feb 27, 2019 · Reply
Doris Krueger Buchmann
So do I, very common in the old days. Just like ladies having to wear hair parted in the middle and into a bun in the back, not allowed to cut it due to rules made up by men!
Feb 27, 2019 · Reply
Jennifer Reiter
Misty Dawn Thiltgen, this lady looks so much like you.
Apr 04, 2019 · Reply
Jennifer Reiter
And from Iowa.
Apr 04, 2019 ·
Misty Dawn Thiltgen
Jennifer Reiter those aren't my kids
Apr 04, 2019 ·
Sylvia Miller Erb
Before there were rubber pants little boys wore dresses for quicker diaper changes and the pants would have needed to be changed as well. Can you imagine doing that much laundry by hand?
Apr 04, 2019 · Reply
Vicky Malin
What a great photo to have AND identification of the subjects! Love it!
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