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ALBUM #54 Missouri 2 Family Photo AlbumCivil War Era Missouri Family Album with CDVs (Cartes de Visites), circa 1860s.
Surnames: Orr, Blake, Felterner, Van Court
Locations: St Louis, Missouri
These are 15 loose CDV photos, they were not in an album. Most were taken in St. Louis Missouri, 1860-1864 and 1869-1875 Found William Campbell ORR [MO3] 1824-1888 s/o James ORR & Elizabeth CAMPBELL married 1855 in Missouri to Mary ANDERSON. Their daughter Kate [MO1] born ca 1858 St Louis Missouri. Found in 1870 census St Louis Missouri where he is listed as a wholesale dealer in boths and shoes. The children were Jessie, Kate, Belle, Willie and Mary. Several servants lived with them in 1870.
Found William H. BLAKE [MO4], born 1833 Pennsylvania, Captain of Steamboat on the Mississippi River, living in St Louis Missouri in 1860 with wife Virginia D [MO5], born 1826 Pennsylvania. William, Virginia and son Charles [MO2] age 6 are found in 1870 census St Louis Missouri
William Blake was a Riverboat Captain, who captained the steamboat “Julia” between New Orleans and St. Louis. JULIA was a Sidewheel, wooden hull packet. Size: 241' X 41' X 7.', 263 tons Launched: 1863, Jeffersonville, Indiana, destroyed: 1876, Jan. St. Louis, dismantled. In 1873, purchased by Capt W.C. Blake and captained by him until 1876
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