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Album #49: Kostenbader Family Photo AlbumCabinet Cards, plus 6 CDVs & 2 tintypes in wine velvet album mid to late 1800s
Surnames: Kostenbader, Heinley, Seibert, Heinley, Smith, Young, Spitler, Taylor, Romig, Franz, Farley, Gamber, Cox, Ranck, Corson, Meixel, Meixell, Miller, Pease, Hummel, Winkelblech, Winkelbach, Wood, Taylor, Farley, Steininger, Gaimon, Weaver, Keller, Lloyd, Sherk, Dieffenderfer, Dennis, Baker, Kling, Twining, Kerns, Dietrich, haggy,
Here are the thumbnails of the Cartes de visite, Cabinet Cards and tintypes in the Kostenbader Family Photo Album. If you run your mouse over each thumbnail, you will see the photo number and name of the person in the photograph.
Genealogy Research[KO-1] Ora & Ralph Smith. Photo taken circa 1904-1905, Ralph a baby with older child Ora. Ora B age 12 & Ralph age 8 found in 1910 census White Deer, Union, Pennsylvania with parents John O. Smith (50) and Mary E (46). Mary is Mary Kostenbader, born 1864, d/o Jacob Kostenbader [KO-2] & Mary Ann Heinley [KO-3]. Mary married John Oliver Smith.
[KO-2] Jacob KOSTENBADER Birth: 20 JAN 1829 in Union Co., PA son of Johann Heinrich "Henry" KOSTENBADER & Rosanna SEIBERT. Death: 11 JUN 1905 Burial Lewisburg Cemetery, Lewisburg, Union Co., Pennsylvania. Jacob Kostenbader was constable, Justice of the Peace, and a farmer in White Deer and Kelly Townships in Union County, PA. Jacob married Mary A. HEINLY [KO-3] b: 11 JUN 1826
[KO-4] Marjorie Taylor. Found in 1870 census Union Co. Pennsylvania, age 11 d/o William (57) and Ann E. (43) Taylor
[KO-7] Samuel Kostenbader was another son of Johann Heinrich (Henry) Kostenbader and Rosanna Seibert
[KO-21] Jackson Butler Winkeblech married Amelia Kostenbader, born 1861 d/o Jacob Kostenbader [KO-2] & Mary Ann Heinley [KO-3]. Jackson B. Winkelbach, 8 years old in 1870 census Jackson Tp Snyder Co. Pennsylvania. Parents Elias Winkelbach, 43, and Catherine, 33. Siblings William and Amanda Winkelbach
[KO-20] David Kostenbader s/o acob Kostenbader [KO-2] & Mary Ann Heinley [KO-3]
[KO-23] Liberty Taylor Farley. Liberty Taylor age 17 in 1880 census West Buffalo Tp, Union Co. Pennsylvania with parents William, 67, and Ann Eliza, 53. Liberty's sister Marjorie [KO-4] ge 21 is with the family
[KO-34] Tintype of Charles Haggy [ca 1860s, 1870s]. Charles Haggy found on same page as Jacob & Mary A Kostenbader in 1880 Census White Deer Tp, Union Co. Pennsylvania. Charles age 37 born Pennsylvania with wife Lucretia, 34, and children Mary and Richard
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