Eight photographs of 1915 graduates of Concord High School, Concord, New Hampshire. They are all in protective covers; most bear the imprint of the Kimball studio.
Note: Be sure to read the comments section as you will find family history information on the graduates submitted by readers.
In alphabetical order, the graduates are
Helen C. Currier
Margaret D. Jackson
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1) Lucile Cogswell
Note: Here is a comment from a reader, below, regarding Lucile Cogswell:
Lucille Cogswell: (Sources at the end) Lucille Cogswell was born 19 Aug 1897 in Concord, NH, the daughter of Edward M and M Madeline (Perry) Cogswell. Her ethnicity was listed as Canadian at birth. In 1910 she was living at 56 Rumford St, Concord, NH, with her parents, her paternal grandmother, and a paternal aunt. Her father was a foreman of a railroad freight house. Everyone in the household had been born in New Hampshire to parents born in New Hampshire. A family tree says that Lucille married Lloyd Prey about 1918. Lloyd had been born about 1897. Sure enough, there is a Lloyd G and Lucille Pray living in Washington DC in 1920. A transcription says that Lucille was 22 and born in New Hampshire and Lloyd was 36, born in Michigan. In 1930 their image tells us they had been married 12 years. Lloyd and Lucille were both pharmacists; Lloyd owned his own drugstore.
3) Helen C. Currier
4) Gladys Dole
5) Evelyn Fulford
Note: Here is information from a comment below, regarding Evelyn Deakin Fulford: [Thanks, Ed!]
Name: Evelyn Deakin Fulford
Birth Date: 07 May 1897
Birthplace: Providence, Rhode Island
Father's Name: Charles
Mother's Name: Lillian J. Deakin
Living in Concord, Merrimack County, NH in 1910, born in RI, parents: Charles and Lily
She was still at home in 1920, Concord, NH, and working as a telegraph operator for the statehouse. Her father was a silversmith.
She married Lawrence Fredrick Whittemore in New Hampshire on 6 Oct 1923. He was born about 1895.
She and her husband are living in Pembroke NH in 1930. Son Charles 2y 10m.
Her husband Laurence Frederick Whittemore is likely buried in Pembroke Street Cemetery, Pembroke. But there is no link to her.
Dates for him at findagrave.com (Jun 8, 1894 - Aug 10, 1960). He was in WWI.
Her son Charles F. Whittemore, a private in WWII, (28 May 1927 - 20 Oct 2003) is likely buried in Pembroke Hill Cemetery, Pembroke.
There is a tree for her and her husband with no additional information. A son is marked private.
6) Margaret B. Jackson, at top and below:
7) Margery Lawrence
8) Margaret Owen
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