1878 Dentist Frank Joseph Kenna CDV Photo, Carthage NY to Quincy Mass
On reverse: "Frank J. Kenna" is handwritten in period pen and ink script. Photo type: 1878 dated Original Vintage Victorian CDV Victorian Carte de visite Photo. Photographer: G.F. Lewis, Carthage, Jefferson County, New York (known to be photographer George F. Lewis, George Lewis)
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Dr. Frank J. Kenna 1878-1954
Born 1878 in Carthage, Jefferson County, New York
Died in 1954, age 76 in Braintree, Norfolk County, Massachusetts
Father's Birthplace: Ireland
Mother's Birthplace: New York
Marriage to Emma Maude Woolworth in 1906 at age 28
Emma Woolworth 1879-1952
Married Frank J. Kenna 1906 at age 26
Died 1952 at age 72 in Quincy, Massachusetts
Father: Elijah Moors Woolworth 1844-1899 the son of Volney Woolworth 1812-1878 and Betsey Moore Woolworth 1812-1877.
Mother: Mary Jane Arthur Woolworth 1846-1928 the daughter of John and Jane Anne Smith Arthur of Martinsburg, Lewis County NY. (known as "Mattie" Arthur Woolworth)
Arthur E. Woolworth 1862-1925
Herbert G. Woolworth born 1869
Fred M.Woolworth 1871-1923
Ada Woolworth born 1873
Helen Woolworth born 1877
This is a beautiful 1878 photo of a much loved baby who became dentist Dr. Frank Kenna. He moved from Carthage NY to Norfolk County, Quincy Massachusetts. His father was born in Ireland. There is a corner chip, as seen in photo, does not affect his image in any way. He may be known as Franklin Kenna in census records. A wonderful early Kenna and Woolworth family piece.
Size 2.5 x 4 inches
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