Gertrude "Katie" Fegley

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A photo of Gertrude "Katie" Fegley
Date & Place: in Sumner County, Kansas United States
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Ancient Faces
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We know who and where - but not the when! What year(s) do you think this is? Just love her infectious smile.
Feb 11, 2019 · Reply
Susan Schloss
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1895
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Lacy Celia McCartney
1899
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Donna Hazel
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Well, let's see. Her name was Gertrude Jane Fegley but she went by Katie. She was born 8/19/1892 in Kansas (and died 2/12/1980). She married Arthur I. Shepard. In this photo, she looks to be maybe 20-ish. So I'll say somewhere near 1912.

Katie has a memorial page on Find A Grave and is in several people's trees on Ancestry.com, many of which include this photo with no date.
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Enrique Rodiles Guerra
It is rare to find someone smiling during this period. She must have been exotic in character. ☺
Feb 12, 2019 ·
Rose Derifield Robinson
1918
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Rose Derifield Robinson
And she is awesome
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Katherine R. Smith
1918
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Brenda Lichty-Steedley
I would guess around 1915.
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Jody Winn
She looks like she was a really fun person. Love this photo!
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Renee Murphree
I would say 1915 to 1920.
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Becky Kelly
Love these old pictures.
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Jeff Hyde
1918-1919
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Sherry Richmond
Pre WW1. Abt 1915 or earlier judging from the collar.
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Linda Eaton
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That was some of the style back then. I knew an elderly lady some years ago who showed me a photo of when she was about 14 from around that same era. A shirt/blouse with a tie wasn't too unusual. Not everyone looked like a Gibson Girl in a fancy dress.
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Madelon Zephyr
The collar says 1910 to me
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