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Emerson Osman.jpg
Emerson Osman.jpg
 
 
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Emerson Snowden in Scottish regalia
Emerson Snowden in Scottish regalia
Status: Located;  
 
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Emerson, Annie (holding George), Emerson and Andrew
Emerson, Annie (holding George), Emerson and Andrew
Status: Located; Photo taken at Tashmoo Park 
 
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Emerson, George, Andy and Em Snowden at the grave of wife and mother Annie Murdock.
Emerson, George, Andy and Em Snowden at the grave of wife and mother Annie Murdock.
Status: Located;  
 
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emerson1
emerson1
 
 
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Emmerson Family Crest
Provided by Leslie Deane
Emmerson Family Crest Provided by Leslie Deane
 
 
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Enlarged view of Daniel Bulla Headstone
Enlarged view of Daniel Bulla Headstone
Status: Located;  
 
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Entry to Fulstow Church
Entry to Fulstow Church
 
 
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Eric Leonard Dexter
Eric Leonard Dexter
 
 
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Eric Leonard Dexter b1920
Eric Leonard Dexter b1920
 
 
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Esther Bulla gravestone
Wife of John W. League
Esther Bulla gravestone Wife of John W. League
Status: Located; Bulla-Hoover Cemetery
Richmond (Spring Hill), Indiana 
 
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Ethel (Snowden) & George Cook, Beryl Klemm, Colin Snowden & Roy Cook
Ethel (Snowden) & George Cook, Beryl Klemm, Colin Snowden & Roy Cook
 
 
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Ethel Louisa Snowden
Circa 1920
Ethel Louisa Snowden Circa 1920
 
 
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Ethel Mary Cunnington
Ethel Mary Cunnington
Ethel was active in the theatre during her lifetime. 
 
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Ethel Richardson Marshall and Carol
Ethel Richardson Marshall and Carol
 
 
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Ethel Richardson Marshall, son Hank and wife Nettie
Taken at the Marshall home in the early 1940's
Detroit, Michigan
Ethel Richardson Marshall, son Hank and wife Nettie Taken at the Marshall home in the early 1940's Detroit, Michigan
 
 
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Ethel Snowden Cook
Photo taken just before her death in 1948
Ethel Snowden Cook Photo taken just before her death in 1948
 
 
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Ethyl Snowden
As a child
Ethyl Snowden As a child
 
 
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Everette and Edna Sheldon going to visit Loma Linda, California
Everette and Edna Sheldon going to visit Loma Linda, California
Status: Located;  
 
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Evidence is found easily for the probate of Emerson's will.
Evidence is found easily for the probate of Emerson's will.
 
 
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Excerpt from 1841 Goulceby, Lincolnshire census
This return shows Elizabeth and her son John Snowden living together
Excerpt from 1841 Goulceby, Lincolnshire census This return shows Elizabeth and her son John Snowden living together
Also found in the census are other daughters 
 
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Excerpt from 1860 Federal Census
Cold Spring, Shelby County, Illinois
Excerpt from 1860 Federal Census Cold Spring, Shelby County, Illinois
Status: Located; Polly Knott and her son George W. Hoover are living independentaly, but either with or next door to her daughter Christena and son in law John Hedrick. Polly must have married Ephraim Knott in Indiana. 
 
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Extract from 1927 Wiggins Directory
Extract from 1927 Wiggins Directory
Provided detailed information about North Reston, Lincolnshire. 
 
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Fakepath in Ronsgen
Fakepath in Ronsgen
 
 
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Family Group Sheet of William and Sarah Ann (Peyton) Knott family
Provided by Greg Hinshaw
Family Group Sheet of William and Sarah Ann (Peyton) Knott family Provided by Greg Hinshaw
 
 
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Family Group Sheet of William Heirs (Hyers) and Sarah Peyton
Family Group Sheet of William Heirs (Hyers) and Sarah Peyton
Document provided by Greg Hinshaw 
 
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Family Lucretia Sankey and Doug rich
Family Lucretia Sankey and Doug rich
Note inscriptions on bottom of photo 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Family of Frank and Catharine Fries
Family of Frank and Catharine Fries
Status: Located;  
 
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Family photo after the funeral of Velma Riley Snowden
Family photo after the funeral of Velma Riley Snowden
left to right: Pat Riley, Cary Snowden, Sherry Snowden, Ron Snowden, Dan Marshall, Betty Marshall, Jim Marshall, Sandi Snowden and Scott Snowden.

Photo taken on the front porch of the Betty and Jim Marshall home in Farmington Hills, Michigan. 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Farmworker's cottage at Brackenborough
Farmworker's cottage at Brackenborough
 
 
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First JS home in Nauvoo
First JS home in Nauvoo
 
 
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Food rationing book of Dick Riley
Food rationing book of Dick Riley
Status: Located; During World War II many food items were in short supply. Rationing among the civilian population was a necessary practice to support the war effort, Each resident was allocated certain amounts of items in short supply, such as sugar, butter, eggs, meat , etc.--with purchases allowed only up to each individual's quota. 
 
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Forest Lawn Cemetery
Forest Lawn Cemetery
11851 Van Dyke Street
Detroit, Michigan 
 
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Francis Marion Belnap photograph
Francis Marion Belnap photograph
Status: Located;  
 
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Frank Emerson Short Service Attestation
Frank Emerson Short Service Attestation
 
 
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Frank Friese--an early photograph
Frank Friese--an early photograph
Status: Located;  
 
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Fred and June's wedding
Fred's brothers and wives
Fred and June's wedding Fred's brothers and wives
James, Betty, Henry, Nettie, June, Fred, Joan, Bill 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Fries family home in Columbia City, Indiana
Fries family home in Columbia City, Indiana
Status: Located;  
 
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From 'The History of Whitley County'
From "The History of Whitley County"
This entry details the military service of Joseph Fries and Franklin Freese; both listed side by side in this document. The name Franklin Freese appears on the Civil War memorial in front of the courthouse; but it does not contain the name of Joseph Fries. Even with differing spellings of the Fries surname, after a thorough examination of many records it is believed that these two were brothers.

There are conflicting records found in the Civil War records found on Ancestry.com; with one showing Joseph Fries was mustered out at the close of the civil war; and one record indicates he deserted. If he fought with General Sheridan against the indians after the Civil War, as stated in letter by Leo Joseph Fries, then it is unlikely that he was a deserter.

Joseph also went on to be a constable in Illinois, before settling with his wife to an agrarian lifestyle in Marion, Indiana. A search of military burial records does not turn up an interment for Joseph in the Marion National Cemetery; although George Fries states he is buried there. Further research is warranted. 
 
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Front gate to current Hoover Estate
Front gate to current Hoover Estate
Status: Located; The Andrew Hoover farm is now owned privately, and little can be seen from the roadway. This is the main gate, which keeps the estate private. The grounds are absolutely beautiful, and the home, viewed from the adjacent property, is very well maintained 
 
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Front view of the original Bulla log cabin
Front view of the original Bulla log cabin
Status: Located; This home was constructed in 1814 by William Bulla. It was the first two-story log cabin in Richmond; and William lived in this home until his death. Son Daniel took over the property and farm upon the death of William. The home is currently occupied by the RosenBaum family, and is well maintained and "appreciated" for its historical value.

This home has been added to, sided, and finished in a very pleasant manner; and while not preserving the original structure in it's pioneer style; the home remains well preserved and represents a wonderful place to live today. 
 
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Fulsstow Parish Church organ
Fulsstow Parish Church organ
 
 
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Fulstow Parish Church Baptismal Font
Fulstow Parish Church Baptismal Font
 
 
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Fulstow Parish Church burial area
Fulstow Parish Church burial area
 
 
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Fulstow Parish Church--side view
Notice the intricacies of the stonework, glazing and roof tile
Fulstow Parish Church--side view Notice the intricacies of the stonework, glazing and roof tile
 
 
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Fulstow Parish Churchyard
Final resting place of Violet, Harriet and Lizzie
Fulstow Parish Churchyard Final resting place of Violet, Harriet and Lizzie
 
 
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Fulstow's World War I War Memorial Plaque
Fulstow's World War I War Memorial Plaque
 
 

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