1890's Sherman Hawley Hill Cabinet Photo, Elmira, Chemung County NY
On reverse: "Sherman Hill" is handwritten in ballpoint pen. Photo type: Original Antique Victorian Cabinet Card Photograph, circa 1890's. Photographer: Rowley, 126 N. Main St., Elmira, New York, Chemung County (known to be Elmira photographer Wesley C. Rowley 1850-1937 or Wesley Rowley)
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Sherman Hawley Hill 1876-1951
His father: Randolph Porter Hill 1850–1918, born PA.
His mother: Celia Pratt Hill 1850–1920, born in Pennsylvania to parents Perry Bull Pratt 1821–1869 and Betsey Ann Phelps Pratt 1825–1884.
Anna Laura Hill 1878–1963
Harry Howard Hill 1883–1968
Bessie L Hill born 1885
His 1st wife: Helen Frances Ryan 1880–1927
Their child: John Randolph Hill 1907–1984
His 2nd wife: Caroline E Peterson Hill 1884–1960 married in 1929
US Sons of the American Revolution Applications 1889-1970
Name: John Randolph Hill (His son)
Birth Date: 28 Oct 1907
Birth Place: Jersey, Hudson County, New Jersey
SAR Membership 60855: application date 4 Dec 1941
Father: Sherman Hawley Hill
Mother: Helen Frances Ryan
Ancestors Listed on SAR application:
John Randolph Hill
Helen Frances Ryan
Sherman Hawley Hill
Randolph Porter Hill
Julia Anna Porter
Sherman Hawley Hill
Peter Hallock Jr
This is a DAR, Daughters of the American Revolution and SAR Sons of the American Revolutionary War family. This photo was found in Jamestown, Chautauqua County, New York. A beautiful signed portrait of young Sherman Hill, in wonderful condition.
Size: 4.5 by 7 inches
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