1899 Vivian Maurine Barrett Cabinet Photo (Isaac McVey) Highland, Ohio
#681 Vintage Victorian 19th c. Cabinet Card Photo of Vivian Barrett Jones
On reverse: "Vivian Maurine Barrett, Daughter of Leslie and Eunice (McVey) Barrett, Born June 5, 1897. Maternal grandparents were Isaac and Martha (Job) McVey. Paternal Grandparents were John and Mary (Davis) Barrett. William E. Jones and Maurine Barrett married June 21, 1919. Their sons, Norman Jones born July 7, 1920 and William Francis Jones born Sept. 24 1927" is beautifully handwritten in old blue fountain pen ink, as well as "For Wm. Francis Jones" handwritten again in same beautiful hand at bottom. Photo type: Cabinet Card photograph. Photographer: Unmarked, Unknown.
Found in Public Records:
Vivian Maurine Barrett (1897-1881)
Daughter of Charles Leslie Barrett and Eunice Barrett
Wife of Dr. W.E. Jones (Doctor William E. Jones 1889-1958)
Sister of Lawrence Dean Barrett and Clinton Delos Barrett
V. Maurine Barrett in the Ohio County Marriages, 1774-1993
Birth Date: abt 1897
Marriage Date: 21 Jun 1919
Marriage Place: Highland, Ohio
Father: C.L. Barrett
Mother: Eunice McVey Barrett
Spouse: William E. Jones
Maurine Barrett in the 1910 US Federal Census
Age in 1910: 12
Birth Year: abt 1898
Home in 1910: Fairfield, Highland County, Ohio
Father's name: Charles L Barrett
Parent's Birthplace: Both Ohio
Mother's name: Eunis Barrett (Eunice Barrett)
Household Members: Name Age
Charles L Barrett 38
Eunis Barrett 39
Maurine Barrett 12
Delos Barrett 9
Lawrence Barrett 6
Vivian Maurine Barrett in Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy 1607-1943
Name: Vivian Maurine Barrett
Birth Date: 5 Jun 1897, Highland, Ohio
Monthly Meeting: Fairfield Monthly Meeting
Volume: Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy Vol. V
Source: History of Clinton County, Ohio: Its People, Industries, and Institutions, with Biographical Sketches of Representative Citizens and Genealogical Records of Many of the Old Families by B.F. Bowen, 1915, Clinton County (Ohio), 967 pages: ALFRED IRVIN McVEY: Alfred Irvin McVey, former Clinton county educator, and now cashier of the First National Bank of Blanchester, was born on September 5, 1864 in Highland county, Ohio, the son of Isaac and Martha (Job) McVey, both natives of the same county. The paternal grandfather of Mr. McVey was Noah McVey, who was a native of Virginia and a pioneer in Highland county, Ohio. Noah McVey was a farmer most of his life, but for some time was a merchant in Leesburg, Ohio. Mr. McVey's maternal grandparents were natives of Virginia, and also early settlers in Highland county, Ohio, where they lived and died as farmers. Isaac McVey was born at Leesburg, Highland county, Ohio, and died in the same county where he had followed the occupation of a farmer practically all of his life. He never aspired to political preferment, and his only military service was as a guard at the Monroe bridge when Morgan's army of invasion was expected in Ohio. At one time he was the owner of one hundred and seventy acres of land, and engaged in general farming. Isaac and Martha (Job) McVey were the parents of fourteen children, four of whom are deceased. The names of these children, in the order of their birth, are as follow: Mabel, Clara, Leslie, Turner (deceased), Alfred, Alvah, Newman, Minnie, Eunice, Burleigh, Stanley (deceased), Bertha (deceased), Anne, and Harry (deceased). Alfred Irvin McVey, after receiving the rudiments of an education in the common schools of Highland county, Ohio, was graduated from the Leesburg high school in 1888. Immediately after his graduation he began teaching, although as a matter of fact, he really had begun in the teaching profession in the spring of 1887, before his graduation He continued in educational work until 1907, in the meantime having taught in the district school of Highland county three years as instructor in the eighth grade at New Vienna, two years as the principal of the schools at Reisville, six years as superintendent of the schools at Martinsville, and two and one-half years as superintendent of the SchoolS in Blanchester. Upon the organization of the First National Bank of Blanchester, Mr. McVey was made cashier and assumed his duties on March 9, 1907. He has served continuously in this capacity ever since. On August 18, 1887, Alfred I. McVey was married to Anna M. Terrell, of Highland county, and to this union two children were born, Bessie and Jessie. The former died at the age of seventeen years, and the latter is a teacher in the Blanchester schools. The mother of these children died on December 9, 1891, and on June 5, 1894, Mr. McVey was married, secondly, to Mintha M. Eaton, daughter of Joseph and Hattie Eaton, of New Vienna, Ohio. Mr. McVey is a member of the Knights of Pythias. He served as county school examiner of Clinton county from 1901 until six months after he abandoned educational work and entered the Blanchester Bank. Mr. McVey is a member of the Friends church, and his daughter, Jessie, is a member of the Methodist Episcopal church.
Historical Note: Wiki says "Morgan's Raid was a highly publicized incursion by Confederate cavalry into the northern U.S. states of Indiana and Ohio during the American Civil War. The raid took place from June 11–July 26, 1863, and is named for the commander of the Confederate Army, Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan."
A beautiful family image of baby Vivian, who is so well loved. How rare it is to get such wonderful family clues so clearly handwritten and left for us on an image. Found in Chester, Windsor County, Vermont. A great Barrett, Jones, McVey and Davis Quaker family photo. An alternative spelling is McVay in census records. Much more genealogy work to be done, with much more information found online.
Size: 4.5 by 7 inches
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