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Album #42 Fowler Merchant Family Photo AlbumThe Fowler Merchant Family Photo Album has slots for 30 CDVs (Cartes de Visite). 22 CDVs were identified by name. This is a Civil War Era Family Album with CDVs (Cartes de Visites), circa 1860s.
Surnames: Fowler, Merchant, Keach, Houghton, Lovejoy, Hewitt, Maloney, Tanner, Whitcomb, Sladden, Frazier, Comstock, Gray, Moseley, Center, Lee, Alexander, Fisher, Williams, Cottrell, Burgess
Locations: Cambridge New York, Connecticut, Washington DC
Index to identified photos in Fowler Merchant Family Photo Album
Genealogy ResearchMany of the individuals in this album are buried in Woodland and Waites Corner Cemeteries in Cambridge New York. Some families were found in the 1850, 1860 & 1870 Census for White Creek, Washington Co. New York, 1870 Census Hoosick, Rensellaer New York, 1850 Census Perry, Wyoming Co. New York, 1870 Census Granville, Washington Co. New York
Charles Kelsey married Laura C. Houghton b 1827 Vermont d/o Josiah Houghton & Esther Rising. In 1860 they were in Troy New York, in 1880 Lansingburgh New York. Edward Harmon Houghton [#29] born 1840 Vermont died 1881 Washington DC was Laura's brother. Charlotte Comstock [#17] born 1842 Cambridge New York married Stephen Gray in 1872
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