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Oscar, Olive and Dillon Hatch
Oscar, Olive and Dillon Hatch
Oscar Hatch, his wife Olive Robinson Hatch and their son Dillon Franklin Hatch when young. This image is from a Shaw cousin. 
 
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Polly Smith headstone
Polly Smith headstone
Polly Smith headstone in New York state cemetery. It is starting to become encased in a tree. She died young. 
 
103
Rachel Ann Hays Shepard
Rachel Ann Hays Shepard
Rachel was also known as Dick. She was a big tomboy and preferred the company of boys. I believe her father gave her the nickname. 
 
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Rachel Hays and William Atkinson Shepard marriage
Rachel Hays and William Atkinson Shepard marriage
Registration of the marriage of Rachel and William from Wetzel County, West Virginia in March of 1907. 
 
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Rachel Hays birth record
Rachel Hays birth record
Wetzel County, West Virginia 
 
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Rachel Hays Shepard and William Atkinson Shepard headstone
Rachel Hays Shepard and William Atkinson Shepard headstone
Parkersburg, Wood County, West Virginia. Mount Olivette Cemetery. 
 
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Rebecca Atkinson Buchanan and her husband Ebenezer Buchanan
Rebecca Atkinson Buchanan and her husband Ebenezer Buchanan
This was found online, but I don't know where. Possibly at Ancestry. It looks like, a very bad copy, of a painted image of the couple, not a photograph itself. 
 
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Sallie Goble Shaw and John C. Shaw
Sallie Goble Shaw and John C. Shaw
Sallie and John on the front porch of their home in Ohio, 1914. 
 
109
Shaw Barn
Shaw Barn
The Montral and Charlotte Shaw barn in Ohio. 
 
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Shaw Family
Shaw Family
The Montral and Charlotte Shaw family.  
 
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Sophia Smith Allen Rosa Curtis
Sophia Smith Allen Rosa Curtis
Sister to my ancestor Jennie/Janett Smith Rosa Levalley. 
 
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Stephen Goble
Stephen Goble
Really poor copy of Stephen's picture, obtained from a Shaw cousin. 
 
113
Susan Landon
Susan Landon
Susan Landon. 
 
114
The Capture of the Hessians at Trenton, December 26, 1776
The Capture of the Hessians at Trenton, December 26, 1776
An oil painting by the American artist John Trumbull depicting the capture of the Hessian soldiers at the Battle of Trenton on the morning of December 26, 1776 during the American Revolutionary War. Col. William Shepard is facing forward on the far left behind man in white, right next to man in profile also behind man in white. 
 
115
Thomas R. Stackpole
Thomas R. Stackpole
This headstone has both Thomas and his wife Lydia enscribed on it. 
 
116
Train Sketch
Train Sketch
This is a sketch done by Lincoln John. He loved trains and worked on the railroad all his life. 
 
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Train Sketch
Train Sketch
Here is another sketch by Lincoln John with trains and mountains. 
 
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Vic and Gert with children
Vic and Gert with children
This is a great photo of Gertrude Cain and her husband Victor Hugo John with their three boys: Clarence the eldest, Lincoln the middle child and Victor, jr. the youngest. This was probably taken in Wabeno, Wisconsin about 1902. 
 
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Victor and Gert John Family
Victor and Gert John Family
Here is the Victor and Gertrude John family at the Wabeno Train Depot (Wisconsin) where Victor worked as a station agent for 20 odd years, before moving the family to White Lake for a few years. As all three boys are in this picture and the youngest is still an infant this appears to have been taken in 1902 maybe late winter early spring. 
 
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Victor Hugo Birth record
Victor Hugo Birth record
This record appears to be a delayed birth record for Victor. 
 
121
Vitals from Hamm Family Bible
Vitals from Hamm Family Bible
These are births and marriage record for George Hamm and Amelia Isserstedt Hamm. It lists both of their births, their marriage date and the births of their subsequent children. Last was listed Myrtle Hamm their grandchild. Written in German. 
 
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Vitals From Hamm Family Bible
Vitals From Hamm Family Bible
These are the deaths entered in the family bible for George Hamm and Amelia Isserstedt Hamm's family. Photocopy and scan of photocopy. Written in German. 
 
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Wilhelmina Sachs Isserstedt
Wilhelmina Sachs Isserstedt
This picture was taken in Plymouth, Wisconsin. 
 
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William and Frieda Hamm shared headstone
William and Frieda Hamm shared headstone
Both of these children had been buried on the family farm, but were moved when the city created a cemetery for the town. Medford, Taylor County, Wisconsin. 
 
125
William and Margaret Mobley Buchanan
William and Margaret Mobley Buchanan
This picture is thought to be of William Buchanan and his wife Margaret Mobley Buchanan, but we don't know for sure. 
 
126
William Atkinson Shepard and Lois Shaw Shepard
William Atkinson Shepard and Lois Shaw Shepard
This is my favorite picture of my Shepard grandparents, you can see how young they are. They have not been married very long, taken in 1942-1944. 
 
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William Atkinson Shepard, senior
William Atkinson Shepard, senior
 
 
128
William Shepard
William Shepard
William Shepard. 
 
129
William Smith
William Smith
William Smith headstone in same cemetery as his sister Polly, right next to each other. They are buried in Moravia Rural or Dry Creek Cemetery in Cayuga County, New York. 
 
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Winifred Nolan Connelly
Winifred Nolan Connelly
This is a poor quality copy given to me by a Connelly cousin. 
 

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