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ALBUM #53 Missouri Family Photo AlbumALBUM #53 Missouri Civil War Era Family Album with CDVs (Cartes de Visites), circa 1860s.
Surnames: Wilmont, Joyce, Tennant, Downey, Wood, Fowler, Fairchild, Larsen, McGuire, Durkett, Pluckett, Faby, Katy, Watson, Steeler
Locations: St Louis Missouri
6 loose photos (CDVs) and 44 CDVs inserted into album pages. Writing on backs (verso) of some which is difficult to read. Almost all are taken in St. Louis Missouri and all photos are crica 1860-1880.
Found Josephine Downey (LL5) age 11 born Missouri as d/o Jerome Downey b Illinois 1815 and wife Eliza, living in the 1860 census St. Louis Missouri. Siblings were Jerome born ca 1841 Missouri, Louisa, Roseline, Charles, Emma, Virginia. I wonder if her sibling Charles could be the Charles mentioned in LL56
Found Maurice or Morris Joyce (LL3) in the 1870 census St. Louis Missouri. He was born ca 1858 in Maryland to Patrick Joyce born 1820 Ireland and wife Cecila born 1821 Ireland.
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