Lacey family photos

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A likness of Iva Robinett Lacey. Her picture was celebrated on an orange crate label. San Dimas Fruit Exchange. Most of our family worked there at one time or another.
Added Sep 6, 2011 by: Grace Cubbage
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Grace Cubbage
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Sarah Fegley Lacey BIRTH 11 JUNE 1838 • Ohio, USA DEATH 4 AUG 1931 • Pleasant Lake, Steuben, Indiana, USA
Added Jul 12, 2020 by: Andy Scott
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Andy Scott
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Susie shown looking at a picture of her father Arthur Erlin Lacey taken during World War 2.
Added May 30, 2011 by: Grace Cubbage
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Grace Cubbage
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Added Jun 7, 2004 by: Grace Cubbage
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Grace Cubbage
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This is a photo of Lacey Family Home added by Grace Cubbage on May 31, 2004.
Added May 31, 2004 by: Grace Cubbage
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Grace Cubbage
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This is the wedding picture of Michael and Anastasia Lacey taken in 1901.
Added Dec 5, 2003 by: ThomasDillon Lacey
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ThomasDillon Lacey
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A photo of a newspaper article (with photo) about Harold W Lacey
Added Mar 28, 2015 by: Richard Meyers
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Richard Meyers
Richard Meyers
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Back of photo is written: Mrs. Melissa Moss Lacey. Photo found at flea market (in Oregon). was photographed in Ohio in 1873 Effie from Aunt Ray
Added May 25, 2012 by: Diane Unknown
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Diane Unknown
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A.A. Neher Groceries and General Merchandise Store in San Dimas, Ca. Picture shows Arthur O. Lacey in the delivery wagon with the horses. Mr. Neher may be standing in front of the store along with others.
Three commerical spray outfits operated by Arthur O. Lacey. Was an advertisement for Orange OL.
Added Sep 6, 2011 by: Grace Cubbage
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Grace Cubbage
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A.O. Lacey Boarding House Or "The New Hotel", San Dimas, Ca. Some of the Male Boarders, Mattie holding Grace and William is next to her. A.O. holding the horses at the side of the house. The early settlement that preceded San Dimas was called Mud Springs and, briefly, Mound City. According to local legend, Don Ygnacio Palomares, who received the Rancho San José as part of a Mexican land grant, kept some of his cattle in a corral in the so-called Horsethief Canyon. After Native Americans repeatedly ran his horses off, he prayed to St. Dimas, the crucified thief who begged forgiveness for his sins and later became patron saint of thieves. Soon the canyon in question was renamed San Dimas Canyon by Spanish settlers, and when the town was laid out in 1887, founders appropriated the name, which sounded better than "Mud Springs" and would therefore be more likely to attract new residents.
A.O.Lacey and his spray rig. It was one of the rigs that was used in the citrus groves. Taken at the ranch house at Fifth and Benson in Ontario, Ca. These horse drawn rigs later were changed to small international trucks. Picture was taken by Frasher's, 158 E. Second St., Pomona, Ca. - No date. Probably taken during the mid 1920's (1924 or after.)
Edward D. Lacey served as a representative to the Kansas State legislature in 1887. Before that he enlisted the first year of the Civil War. He was in Company A, 17th Ohio infantry, Col. J. M. Connell. His regiment was mustered in at Zanesville and was ordered into Kentucky. Its second important engagement was the one at Perryville, Kentucky, in October, 1862. Mr. Lacey was in the battle of Shiloh and in the Murfreesboro fight, where he received a wound through the right thigh in the second day's engagement. He lay in the field hospital three months and was then sent to hospital No, 7, at Nashville. Upon his recovery he was transferred to the Veteran Reserve Corps by orders of the War department. His command was the 15th regiment, Company F, and he was Clerk in the Provost Marshal's office for nearly one year. He was then transferred to Washington, D. C., and, soon after, was ordered to Chicago where he acted as drill-master till his muster out of the service September 25, 1864.
Added May 30, 2011 by: Grace Cubbage
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Grace Cubbage
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Vere (Dick) Farmer and Grace Lacey Farmer on their 45 wedding anniversary in 1983.
Added Feb 14, 2011 by: Grace Cubbage
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Grace Cubbage
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Married in Las Vegas 18 Feb 1938. Honeymooned in Hawaii. Lived in Bremerton, Washington. Grace was a lobbyist in Sacramento for two years during the late 1930's. In the fall of 1941 she answered a call to volunteer to train under the Army Air force for aircraft Warning Service. She and Dick lived in Bremerton, Washington after the war. Dick worked at the Bremerton Navy Yard. Dick was a Colonel when he retired from the Army after WW II. Grace was an active member of the PEO, and Eastern Star. They moved from Bremerton, Washington to Pomona, California to help care for Mattie, Grace's mother in the late 1960's. They were married for 55 years. She was a loving and compassionate woman. Always helping and giving to others.
Added Feb 14, 2011 by: Grace Cubbage
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Grace Cubbage
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Added Feb 14, 2011 by: Grace Cubbage
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Grace Cubbage
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Picture of Arthur Lacey and his bride Nancy
Added Feb 14, 2011 by: Grace Cubbage
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Grace Cubbage
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A photo of Tom Lacey, US Army . This photo was taken on my Christmas vacation on December 1957. The next spring I was asigned to Germany.
Added Feb 10, 2011 by: ThomasDillon Lacey
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ThomasDillon Lacey
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Melvin Leroy Lacey and his wife Iva jane Robinett Lacey were married 01 Jan 1874 in Onarga, Ill (Iroquois County)
Added Mar 10, 2009 by: Grace Cubbage
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Grace Cubbage
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My father Arthur and Grandfather Arthur and his mules. Taken at the family citrus Ranch during the mid 1930's.
Added Jun 7, 2004 by: Grace Cubbage
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Grace Cubbage
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