Louise Parcher

Updated Mar 01, 2018
Shelley Cardiel
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on Feb 03, 2018 10:58 AM
I've "rescued" an old photograph of Louise PARCHER which was taken at the C. S. Bishoff Studio in Maryville, MO. Louise is listed as 5 months old at the time the photograph was taken and weighs 20 lbs. It appears to have been taken in the early 1900's. Based on limited research I was able to gather the following information regarding Louise and her family:

Louise PARCHER was b. 6 Feb 1900 in Maryville, MO to parents Charles Lyman PARCHER (1872-1940) and Nellie MARTIN (1869-1937). Louise was one of 4 children born to this couple including, Charles Ellston; Lyman Martin; Louise; and Theodore Hoblit PARCHER, all born between 1896 and 1902. Louise married Cecil Hunter or U. CLEGG (1873-1956) and she died 11 Jul 1991 in Santa Barbara, CA and is buried in the Santa Barbara Cemetery there.

Census records provide the following details:

1910 census of Maryville, MO:

Charles L. PARCHER, age 38, married 14 years, born IA, parents born OH/Ireland, a Lumber Merchant
Nellie M. PARCHER, wife, age 40, married 14 years, 4 children/4 living, born MO, parents born PA/OH
Charles Ellston PARCHER, son, age 13, born MO
Lyman M. PARCHER, son, age 12, born MO
Louise PARCHER, dau, age 9, born MO
Theo Hoblit PARCHER, son, age 7, born MO

1920 census of Portland, OR:

Charles L. PARCHER, age 47, born IA, parents born OH/IL, a Lumber Proprietor
Nellie M. PARCHER, wife, age 49, born MO, parents born PA/OH
Lyman M. PARCHER, son, age 21, born MO, a Wholesale Grocery Clerk
Louise PARCHER, dau, age 19, born MO, a Law Office Stenographer
Theodore H. PARCHER, son, age 17, born MO

1930 census of Fairbanks, AK:

Louise PARCHER, age 29, born MO, parents born OH/MO, a Court Stenographer

I am hoping to be able to return the photograph to family and would appreciate you contacting me if you are a member of this family, or know someone who might be.

Date & Place: in Maryville, Nodaway County, Missouri United States 64468

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AncientFaces commented on Mar 01, 2018
Circa 1900, this 5 month old is a little doll. Such animation - puts a smile on your face!
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