Monday, August 31, 2020

Cabinet Photograph of William G. Powers; by the A. & G. Taylor studio of 535 Washington Street, Boston, Massachusetts


Cabinet photograph of a young man identified as William G. Powers.  The photograph was taken at teh studio of A. & G. Taylor of 535 Washington Street, Boston, Massachusetts.


William may have been the William G. Powers, a New York native, who married Hattie Gray of Boston, in Boston on 22 January 1881. Williams's parents were shown on the marriage record as Richard and Mary Powers; Hattie's parents were shown as Samuel and Mary Gray.

And possibly, the William G. Powers, born about 1859, who died on 26 January, 1904, son of Richard Powers and Mary (Gleason) Powers.

If you have a theory as to the identity of William G. Powers and Hattie Gray, please leave a comment or contact me directly.

Photograph of Mary Munsell; by the Bogardus studio of New York City - possibly Mary C. (Merrill) Munsell, wife of MOH recipient Harvey May Munsell


Photograph of Mary Munsell; taken at the Bogardus studio at 872 Broadway in New York, New York.

Mary may have been Mary C. (Merrill) Munsell (1849-1890), a Boston, Massachusetts, native and wife of Harvey May Munsell, who received the Medal of Honor for his actions in the Battle of Gettysburg in the Civil War.


There were other women named Mary Munsell in New York and Connecticut, including Mary C. Merrill's daughter Mary Isabel Merrill, "Belle", who was born about 1871.

According  to a mention on page 634 in A Merrill Memorial: An Account of the Descendants of Nathaniel Merrill, An Early Settler of Newbury, by Samuel Merrill (1855-1932), Mary C. Merrill was born 20 December 1849, the daughter of Silas Whiton Merrill and Eliza Belcher (Crabtree) Merrill of Boston, Massachusetts.

On 19 May 1869 in Boston, Mary married insurance agent Harvey May Munsell, son of James and Mary Munsell.  Harvey, born in Painted Post, New York, received the Medal of Honor for his actions as a color bearer during the Battle of Gettysburg.

Mary and Harvey had one child, I believe, daughter Mary Isabel Munsell, "Belle", born about 1871.

Mary C. (Merrill) Munsell died 13 November 1890 and was buried in Boston, according to her death record. She is presumably the Mary Munsell buried in Mount Auburn Cemetery in nearby Cambridge, Massachusetts. That Mary's death date is shown as 26 November 1890, though there's no photograph to verify, and that was likely the date of her burial, not her death.  Harvey, who remarried, died in 1931 and is also buried in the Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, in the same plot.

Also in that plot is another Mary Munsell who died in 1931, presumably daughter Mary Isabel Munsell.

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Cabinet Photograph of Alden B. Morse, Class of 1897 at Merrimac Normal School; by the Oak studio


Cabinet photograph of Alden B. Morse, Class of 1897; photo by the Oak Studio of Merrimac, Massachusetts.

Notice the abbreviation/date in the studio imprint - it appears to be M.N.S. '97, and, if so, was presumably Merrimac Normal School at Merrimac, Massachusetts.  The abbreviation could also be M.H.S., for Merrimac High School, but Alden was born in 1876, so graduating from high school in 1897 doesn't seem as likely.


According to his World War I Draft Registration Card, Alden Bradford Morse was born 8 November 1976, presumably in Merrimac, Massachusetts, and working as a shoemaker when he completed the form.

At the time his birth was recorded, it appears his parents hadn't picked out his name, as I found a birth record for a Morse born on 8 November 1876 at Merrimac, Massachusetts. The parents on this record were shown as Walter H. Morse and Mary A. (Sanborn) Morse.

I didn't find a marriage record for Alden. He lived with his parents and siblings in Merrimac, Massachusetts, and continued living with younger siblings, Rena Fields Morse and Forrest Adams Morse, after their parents passed away, Walter in 1922 and Mary in 1933.  

Alden, Rena and Forrest were still in the same household at the time of enumeration of the 1940 Census.  Alden made his Social Security claim in 1946 and died in 1954 at Haverhill, Massachusetts.

Deaths cited appear in the Massachusetts, Death Index 1901-1980 - the year only - available to peruse on Ancestry.com or at a Family History Center.

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Sunday, August 30, 2020

Cabinet Photograph of Frances Adelia Belcher (1893-1934), age 6 Months, of Winthrop, Massachusetts


Cabinet photograph of Frances Adelia Belcher (1893-1934) at age 6 months.  The photograph was taken at the G. O. Ayer studio at 71 Meridian Street in East Boston, Massachusetts.


Frances Adelia Belcher (1893-1934) was born 14 April 1893 at Winthrop, Massachusetts, the daughter of railway conductor Frank Nelson Belcher (1867-1961) and Alice Emogene (Cunningham) Belcher (1865-1927), who were born in Winthrop, Massachusetts, and Stockton Springs, Maine, respectively.

On 8 April 1915 at Winthrop, Massachusetts, Frances married Christian Herbert Fredericks, a New Jersey native and son of Albert Fredericks and Charlotte L. (Hall) Fredericks.

Frances and Christian raised several children in Winthrop, Massachusetts. After Frances' death in 1934, Christian remarried.

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Cabinet Photograph, possibly Post Mortem, of Alice Vinnie Parker (1889-1889), born in Boston, Massachusetts


Cabinet photograph, possibly a post mortem, of Alice Vinnie Parker,"Age 4-1/2 months, Height 16 in, Weight 2 lbs."

Photograph by the Elmer Chickering studio of 21 West Street, Boston, Massachusetts.

She was Alice V. Parker (1889-1889) who was born in Boston, Massachusetts, in May 1889, the daughter of Charles Warren Parker (1861-1922) and Eva Lunette (Wheeler) Parker (1861-1930) of Marlborough, Massachusetts.

Alice's parents' address, at the time of her birth and death, was shown as the Dime Museum at 4 Tremont Row, an entertainment emporium and freak show started by William Austin and Frank Stone.

Sadly, Alice died of marasmus on 16 October 1889 and is buried with relatives in the Maplewood Cemetery at Marlborough.


If you have corrections and/or additions to the information above, or if you see a different middle name for Alice, please leave a comment or contact me directly.

c1880s Copy of a Painting or Sketch of the David Batcheller House in Northbridge, Massachusetts


c1880s copy of a painting or sketch of the Maj. David Batcheller House in Northbridge, Massachusetts, presumably on the Benson Road.

Approximately 6-3/4" by 4-3/4", with a glossy finish on the image side.

Imprint on the reverse: "F. H. Batchelor, Agt., School Books, Music, Wall Paper, 211 W. Dominick Street, Rome, N.Y." and handwriting in different hands: "Maj. David Batcheller's House, Northbridge Mass".

By 1892, F. H. Batchelor had closed his business in Rome, New York, and moved to New York City.


Major David Batcheller III (1742-1806) served in the colonial militia in the American Revolution, as captain and major. 

According to a history of Northbridge, Massachusetts, in the Revolutionary era, provided online by the Northbridge Historical Society, David Batcheller was thereafter known as "Major". The history also notes that Batcheller's wife, Abigail (Bacon) Batcheller mortgaged their property to keep her husband's soldiers paid.  Their "home was located on the Benson Road across from the Olson house."

Franklin Henry Batchelor (1856-1918), a native of Northbridge, Massachusetts, and a musician, book seller and stationer in New York, was the second great grandson of Major David Batcheller (1742-1806). According to FindaGrave memorials of his paternal ancestors, Franklin appears to be the first to use the Batchelor spelling.

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Saturday, August 29, 2020

Photograph of Five Young Adults; by the Frank H. Trow studio of Hudson, Massachusetts; one Possibly Lucy Doane Barnard (1835-1919)


Photograph of three women and two men; taken by the Frank H. Trow studio of Hudson, Massachusetts.

The name "Lucy D. Barnard" appears on the reverse.


Two issues of Knox County, Maine, newspapers mentioned a Lucy D. Barnard, including one which gave her address as Hudson, Massachusetts:


She was presumably Lucy Doane Barnard (1835-1919), daughter of John D. Barnard and Lucinda M. (Buxton) Barnard.  Unless a coincidence, Lucy was presumably related to the prominent Barnard family of Hudson, Massachusetts.

If you recognize any of the people in the photograph, from family heirloom photos or from research, please leave a comment or contact me directly.

Cartes de Visite/CDVs of David Babcock (1805-1891) and Daughter Lydia Gates (Babcock) Evans (1829-1886) of Worcester County, Massachusetts

 David Babcock (1805-1891)

Cartes de Visite/CDVs, both taken by the Lewis studio of Hudson, Massachusetts, of David Babcock (1805-1891) and his daughter Lydia Gates (Babcock) Evans (1805-1891) of Worcester County, Massachusetts.

David lived mainly in Bolton, Massachusetts. Lydia and her husband Amos Evans, Jr., lived in Bolton, Massachusetts, and Clinton, Massachusetts.

 Lydia Gates (Babcock) Evans (1829-1886)

David Babcock (1805-1891) was born 13 February 1805 at Bolton, Massachusetts, the son of Josiah Babcock and Elizabeth (Wheeler) Babcock. David married - on 24 October 1827 at Bolton, Massachusetts - Elizabeth Wetherbee Walcutt (1808-1888), possibly the daughter of Ephraim Walcutt and Elizabeth (Wetherbee) Walcutt.

Lydia Gates (Babcock) Evans (1829-1886), presumably the first child of David Babcock and Elizabeth Wetherbee (Walcutt) Babcock, was born 16 July 1829 at Bolton, Massachusetts. Lydia married - on 1 May 1860 at Bolton, Massachusetts - Amos Evans, Jr. (1816-1902), son of Amos Evans and Catherine (Richardson) Evans.

David Babcock, his wife and other relatives are buried in Bolton, Massachusetts. Lydia and Amos Evans are buried in Lancaster, Massachusetts.


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Friday, August 28, 2020

Photographs of Roscoe W. Ames (1858-1923) and Baby Son Percy Patterson Ames (1893-1961) of Lowell, Massachusetts, and Pittsfield, Maine

Roscoe W. Ames (1858-1912) 

Carte de Visite/CDV of Roscoe W. Ames (1858-1923) and a cabinet photograph of his newborn son Percy Patterson Ames (1893-1961), then living at Lowell, Massachusetts.

Roscoe was born 5 April 1858 at Canaan, Maine, son of Lafayette Ames and Sarah Ann (Rolf) Ames. Roscoe married his first wife, Nellie M. (Taylor) Ames (1865-1889), daughter of Gideon Taylor and Sarepta (Thomas) Taylor, on 28 August 1884 in Pittsfield, Maine. Nellie died in 1889.

Roscoe married his second wife, Percy's mother, Annie B. (Patterson) Ames (1973-1965) in Lowell, Massachusetts, on 8 November 1892.  Annie, a Nova Scotia native, was the daughter of Charles A. Patterson and Lavinia A. (Bowlby) Patterson.

By 1900, Roscoe had moved his family back to Maine, where he farmed until his death in 1923.

Percy P. Ames (1893-1961)





On 10 December 1913 at Pittsfield, Maine, Percy Patterson Ames married Hazel Brooks, daughter of Fred Brooks and Emma (White) Brooks of Palmyra, Maine, and Pittsfield, Maine. Percy and Hazel farmed at Pittsfield; they had, I believe, two children.

Roscoe, his two wives, and Percy and his wife are all buried in the Pittsfield Village Cemetery at Pittsfield, Maine.

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7 Cabinet Photographs Connected to the Kelly/Kelley Family of Boston, Massachusetts

Daniel Kelley in 1890

7 cabinet photographs connected to the Kelly or Kelley family of Boston, Massachusetts.

The photograph above shows Daniel Kelley in 1890. It was taken at one of the Walter E. Chickering studios at 476 and 627 Washington Street, Boston, Massachusetts.


Other photographs in the collection:
  • photograph of a young woman identified as Sally Kelly; taken by the Hastings studio of 146 Tremont Street, Boston, Massachusetts
  • photograph of a young man identified as Lewis Kelley; no studio imprint
  • photograph of a middle-aged woman identified as Mary A. Kelley; taken by the Latto studio of 202 Broadway, South Boston, Massachusetts; an older identification is crossed out: Mrs. T. A. Kelley, 1890
  • Two photographs of a young woman identified as Martha Kelley
    • 1890 photograph; taken by the George H. Hastings studio at 147 Tremont Street, Boston, Massachusetts
    • 1885 photograph of "Martha Russell (Kelley)"; taken by the Worden studio of 48 Winter Street, Boston, Massachusetts.  Same handwriting as the identification on the photograph of Mr. Frank Blanchard
  • photograph of a man identified as Mr. Frank Blanchard; taken by the L. A. Hirtle studio of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. Same handwriting as the identifications on the photographs of Martha Kelley.

The photograph below of Mary A. Kelley has what appears to be an earlier identification of "Mrs. T. A. Kelley, 1890", but crossed out. Perhaps the woman was misidentified, or the photograph was meant to be given to Mrs. T. A. Kelley or the studio was to return it to her.

 Mary A. Kelley [possibly Mrs. T. A. Kelley, in 1890]


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Thursday, August 27, 2020

1909 Photograph of Bida-A-Wee, Home of Mrs. Robert H. Barnes of 24 Van Buren Street, Brooklyn, New York


July 1909 photograph of "Bide-A-Wee", the home of Mrs. Robert H. Barnes of 24 Van Buren Street, Brooklyn, New York.  The photograph was intended to be given to Miss Hannah Cole.

Bide-A-Wee might have been the Barnes' summer cottage, not their residence at  24 Van Buren Street in Brooklyn.


In the 1910 Census, living at 24 Van Buren Street, Brooklyn, New York, were coal and wood salesman Robert H. Barnes, born about 1870 in New York, and his wife Minnie.

From brief online research, hopefully correct - corrections and additions requested:

Robert Henry Barnes (1870-1920) was the son Henry Edgerton Barnes and Mary Annette (Hogoboom) Barnes.  On 25 October 1899 in New York City, Robert married Wilhelmina Josephine Wagner, "Minnie".

If you have information on the Barnes family or know of "Bide-A-Wee, please leave a comment or contact me directly.

Photograph of a Boy IDed as Harry Burnham; by a Beverly, Massachusetts, Studio


Photograph of a boy identified on the reverse as Harry Burnham. The photograph was taken at the Janson studio of Beverly, Massachusetts.

Harry might have written his name himself.


Harry Burnham or Henry Burnham was a common name in Essex County, Massachusetts, including those whose first names were Harry or Henry and those with the middle name Harry or Henry.

One possible prospect is the Harry Burnham who was born 30 July 1900 at Beverly, Massachusetts, the son of Harry Burnham and Esther E. (Wentworth) Burnham, who were born in Ipswich, Massachusetts, and Nova Scotia, respectively.

Another possibility is Harry Carlton Burnham, born 23 January 1884 at Beverly, Massachusetts, son of A. Perley Burnham and Addie M. Foster) Burnham, both Beverly natives.

And there are others.

If you recognize Harry Burnham from your family photographs or research, please leave a comment or contact me directly.

1896 Graduation Photograph of Harry Howard Roper of East Hubbardston, Massachusetts; Massachusetts College of Agriculture


1896 Graduation Photograph of Harry Howard Roper of East Hubbardston, Massachusetts, who attended Massachusetts College of Agriculture at Amherst.


From brief online research, hopefully correct - corrections and additions requested:

Harry Howard Roper was born about 1871 at Hubbardston, Massachusetts, the son of John Smith Roper and Mary Louisa (Howard) RoperMary may have died as a result of Harry's birth. 

In 1899 at Hubbardston, Harry married Mabel Frances Gleason, daughter of Freeland S. Gleason and Eliza (Brigham) Gleason of Hubbardston.  Harry and Mabel farmed and raised several children. They eventually moved to Essex County, Massachusetts, where Harry died in 1950 at Newburyport.

Cabinet photograph of Charles W. F. Dillaway; taken by a Boston, Massachusetts, Studio - Possibly Charles Frederick Wood Dillaway


Cabinet photograph of Charles W. F. Dillaway; taken by the H. Macorquodale studio of 171 Tremont Street, Boston, Massachusetts; perhaps a graduation photograph.


Interestingly, there was a Charles with the middle initials reversed - Charles Frederick Wood Dillaway, born in Boston in 1865, son of Charles O. L. Dillaway and Barbara Ross (Buckner) Dillaway. Charles attended Boston Latin School in 1878 or was in the Class of 1878 there [a prodigy?].

The Macorquodale studio at 171 Tremont Street opened in 1881, so if Charles was indeed in the Class of 1878 at Boston Latin School, the photograph must have been in connection with college graduation or Charles' 1888 marriage to Mary Louise Folsom.  Charles became a bank manager and lived in Massachusetts and New Jersey.

If you have a theory as to the identity of Charles W. F. Dillaway, especially if you feel he is someone other than Charles Frederick Wood Dillaway, please leave a comment or contact me directly.

Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Cabinet Photographs of Brothers Charles Howard Cilley (1882-), "Charley", and Frank Lockwood Cilley (1886-) of Brookline, Massachusetts

Charles Howard Cilley

Cabinet photographs of Charles Howard Cilley, shown above at 18 months, and Frank Lockwood Cilley, at 1 year and 9 months, of Brookline, Massachusetts.

Frank Lockwood Cilley

The photograph of Charley Cilley was taken by the Smith studio of Boston, Massachusetts.  The photograph of Frank Lockwood Cilley was taken at Partridge studio at 2832 Washington Street, Boston Highlands, Boston, Massachusetts.


 From brief online research, hopefully correct - corrections and additions requested:

Charles Howard Cilley was born 12 February 1882 in Brookline, Massachusetts, the son of Charles Howard Cilley, Sr. (1852-1903), a native of East Machias, Maine, and Esther M. (Pratt) Cilley.  On January 27, 1905 at Brookline, Massachusetts, Charles Howard Cilley, Jr., married Elsa M. Thayer, a Boston native and daughter of Henry Thayer and Louisa (Wilfert) Thayer.

Charley's younger brother, Frank Lockwood Cilley was born 1 May 1886, at Brookline, Massachusetts.  On 21 November 1912 at Boston, Massachusetts, Frank married Mary B. Sullivan, daughter of Daniel A. Sullivan and Katherine (McDermott) Sullivan of Boston.

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c1904 RPPC with Photograph of young Ralph K. Oxton (1903-1986), then of Boston, Massachusetts


Real Photo Postcard: young Ralph Keller Oxton (1903-1986).  Some records show Ralph's middle name as Keeler.

Ralph was born in Boston, Massachusetts, on 21 November 1903, the son of Edward Augustus Oxton and Tillie May (Burkett) Oxton, natives of Camden, Maine, and Thomaston, Maine, respectively.

The postcard is addressed to Ralph's paternal uncle and wife, Charles I. Oxton and Flora May (Heaward) Oxton of South Hope, Maine.


On 19 June 1926, Ralph married Alice A. Gordon, daughter of John H. Gordon and Bessie M. (Day) Gordon of Haverhill, Massachusetts. Ralph and Alice lived in the Boston area, where Ralph worked in the office and in sales at a laundry. He died in Florida in 1986.

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1895 Graduation Photograph of Hayden B. Harris; Haverhill High School at Haverhill, Massachusetts


Graduation photograph of Hayden B. Harris, a member of the Class of 1895 at Haverhill High School at Haverhill, Massachusetts.  The photograph was taken at the Charles W. Hearn studio of 392 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts, and Old Orchard, Maine.


From brief online research, hopefully correct - corrections and additions requested:

Hayden Bosworth Harris (1876-1941) was born 5 June 1876 at Haverhill, Massachusetts, the son of Joseph K. Harris and Clara B. (Sargent) Harris. On 28 July 1903 at Haverill, Hayden, then a piano teacher, married schoolteacher Vina M. Frame (1879-1957), daughter of George S. Frame and Nellie C. (Cook) Frame.  Hayden and Vina raised their children in Haverhill.

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Photograph of Mrs. Warren Gould Roby of Wayland, Massachusetts; taken in her Parlor in the Marlborough House in Boston, Massachusetts


Photograph of Mrs. Warren Gould Roby of Wayland, Massachusetts; taken in her parlor at the Marlborough House in Boston, Massachusetts, presumably where she lived after the death of her husband.

Read more about the Roby home, which Warren Gould Roby and wife Cynthia used mostly as a summer home - a photograph and several pages of information.


From brief online research, hopefully correct - corrections and additions requested:

Presumably Cynthia Coggeshall [or Coggswell] (Wood) Roby (1833-1905), daughter of James Wood and Amy (Coggswell) Wood and wife Warren Gould Roby (1834-1897), a merchant, farmer and wood carver. [Note: Warren's FindaGrave memorial gives a birth year of 1894 - correction sent].

Cynthia, a native of New Bedford, Massachusetts, and Warren, a native of Cambridge, Massachusetts, married on 27 November 1856 at New Bedford.  They lived in East Cambridge, Massachusetts, and at the farm in Wayland.

See a mermaid weathervane carved by Warren Gould Roby and exhibited at the Shelburne Museum in Shelburne, Vermont.

Sources:

If you have corrections and/or additions to the information above, or information on the
Marlborough House in Boston, please leave a comment or contact me directly.

Cabinet Photograph of James Francis Guthrie, Sr. (1824-1894) of Somerville, Massachusetts


Cabinet photograph of a man identified on the reverse as "James F. Guthrie, died 16 Oct. 1894, ae 72 y 1 m 28 d, J. F. Guthrie Sr.". The photograph was taken by the C. B. Cheney studio of 28 Union Square, Somerville, Massachusetts.


From brief online research, hopefully correct - corrections and additions requested:

James Francis Guthrie, Sr. (1824-1894), an engineer, machinist and inventor, was born in Scotland, the son of Robert Guthrie and Agnes (Fairweather) Guthrie. As early as 1853, James was in Massachusetts, where he married his second wife, fellow Scottish native Ann Smith in Boston on 3 June. They raised several children in Boston and in Somerville, Massachusetts. James was naturalized in 1865.

James, Ann and at least one of their children are buried in the Newton Cemetery at Newton, Massachusetts.

Photograph of Bertha Elizabeth Harvey or Mary Cecilia Harvey, Twins; by a Roxbury, Massachusetts Studio


Photograph of one of a set of twins, Bertha Elizabeth Harvey (1902-1990) and Mary Cecilia Harvey (1902-1912) [year of birth incorrect on Mary's FindaGrave memorial].  The photograph was taken at the Cottage Studio on Blue Hill Avenue in Roxbury, Massachusetts.

Both girls' names are written on the back, along with the date March 21, 1912, which is the date of Mary's death from acute meningitis and pneumococcus.

The girls were born 28 July 1902 at Boston, Massachusetts, daughters of musicians Frederick J. W. T. Harvey and Bertha (Meagher) Harvey.  The parents were born in England and Nova Scotia, respectively.  Bertha and Mary had a younger brother Frederick T. J. Harvey (1903-1987); his birth record shows his name as Frederick Lowell Harvey.


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Tuesday, August 25, 2020

c1883 Photograph of Thomas Stanley; taken by a Studio in Boston, Massachusetts; possibly Thomas Kingston Stanley (1857-1932) of Prince Edward Island & Massachusetts


Cabinet photograph of Thomas Stanley; taken by the McFadden Studio of 6 Winter Street, Boston, Massachusetts. The photograph bears the date of April 22, 1883, which may have been the date it was taken or the date it was gifted to someone else.


Thomas appears to be wearing a uniform of some kind.

Thomas may have been Thomas Kingston Stanley (1857-1932), a Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island native who worked for the Canadian Pacific Railway for 47 years.  The 1880 Census of Boston, Massachusetts, shows him as working as a brakeman, but he eventually became a conductor.

Thomas lived at Malden, Massachusetts, after his retirement, although his family may have lived there before then. Upon his retirement, Thomas received a medal and letter from King George, according to his obituary in the Boston Globe

Read more about Thomas Kingston Stanley's family here.

I didn't find information on where Thomas is buried, but his widow, Selina (Dow) Stanley (1856-1950) is buried in Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, with their son Harry Morton Stanley and his wife Florence.

If you have more information on Thomas Kingston Stanley or believe the man pictured was a different Thomas Stanley, please leave a comment or contact me directly.