1915 Grace & Marcella Dummer Mass Photo, Irondequoit, Monroe County NY
On reverse: "Grace Dummer, Helen Schultz and Marcella Dummer" are all handwritten in old ballpoint pen. Photo Type: Square Dry Mount Photograph, circa 1915. Photographer: Unmarked, Unknown.
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
We found Marcelle Dummer, also spelled Marzella Dummer, with a sister named Grace Dummer (who was close in age) in Irondequoit, New York, near Rochester NY in the 1920 census. This is very near where this photo was found.
Marcella Dummer Mass 1896–1995 of Rochester, Monroe County, New York
Her Father: Henry William Dummer 1864–1938 born to Adolph Dummer born 1816 and Maria Krueger Dummer
Her Mother: Caroline Johanna Sophia Lohrmann Dummer 1862–1946
Paul A Dummer born 1884
Harry A Dummer born 1886
Frank Dummer born 1888
Grace Dummer Mass 1898–1991 (married Marcella's husband Edward's brother Harvey)
Marcella's husband: Edward Frederick Mass 1893–1943 born to Charles Herman Mass 1847–1905 and Elizabeth S Meyer Mass 1857–1934
Dorothy Mass born 1922
Everett Mass 1928–1994 born Rochester NY, died Ardmore, Carter County, Oklahoma
Grace Dummer Mass 1898–1991 (married Marcella's husband Edward's brother Harvey, she is also seen as "Mame" or Grace Hope Maude Dummer Mass)
Her Husband: Harvey Mass 1899–1978
Erwin Harvey Mass 1924–2012
Leila Carol Mass 1927–1995
Marcella Mass in the New York State Census 1925
Name: Marcella V Mass (Marcella V Dummer)
Birth Date: abt 1897
Birth Place: United States
Residence: Irondequoit, Monroe County NY
Household Members: Name, Age
Henry W Dummer 61 (Henry Dummer)
Caroline J Dummer 60 (Caroline Dummer)
Edward Mass 32 (her husband)
Marcella V Mass 28
Dorothy M Mass 3 (daughter)
This is a wonderful old Rochester area photo. It was found in Ontario, Monroe County New York. It shows the 2 Dummer girls with friend Helen Schultz. We found more than one Helen Schultz in census records for this time period in Rochester, born at the same time. A smiling photo of 3 young women on a warm summer Rochester day.
Size: 5 by 5 inches
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