1870's William W. Hamlin CDV Photo, Casco, Cumberland County, Maine
#1110 WW Hamlin, Casco ME by JK Chase
On reverse: "W.W. Hamlin, Casco Maine" is handwritten in old early dip pen ink. Casco is in Cumberland County, Maine. Photo Type: CDV or Carte de Visite Photograph, circa 1870's. Photographer: Chase, Oxford, Oxford County, Maine (known to be photographer John Kimball Chase 1857–1926 or J.K. Chase. He was the son of Rev. Uriah Chase 1820–1888 and Harriet Ann Kimball Chase 1836–1862)
Found in Public Genealogy Records: William Hamlin 1825–1901, born in Raymond at Gorham, Cumberland, Maine and died in Salem, Massachusetts. His parents were Jonathan Hamlin 1781–1829 and Hannah Murch Hamlin 1785–1860. His brother was Samuel Hamlin and his half brother was Stephen Hamlin.
His wife was Mary E. Brackett Hamlin 1830–1899 and their 10 children were Gustavus Adolphus Hamlin 1851–1929 (wife M Abbie Sanborn born 1847); Willard A. Hamlin 1853–1925; Albert F. Hamlin 1855–1934; Lorenzo Dow Hamlin 1858–1936 (wife Hattie or Harriet May Purbeck Hamlin 1867–1953 and children Edrith Hamlin 1887–1898, Marion Faye Hamlin Ride 1889–1948-wife of Walter Roy Rice 1887–1984 and Madeline Mudge Hamlin 1896–1962-wife of Arthur Bray Porter 1895–1987); Melvin E. Hamlin 1861–1951; William Walter Hamlin 1863–1952 (wife Julia Spurr Hamlin 1858–1938); Martha Maria Hamlin 1863–1903; Dr. Charles Franklin Hamlin 1868–1903; Franklin Hamlin born 1870; and Madison J Hamlin 1872–1916 (wife Mary Eleanor Norton Hamlin 1877–1953 and their child Hazen Wolcott Hamlin 1898–1990). His occupation was a farmer.
Found in Manchester, New Hampshire NH in Rockingham County. This Hamlin photo as some creme colored paper adhered to the back, and was most likely removed from an old CDV photo album. A beautiful image and with a beautiful angel advertising photographer's backmark.
Size: 2.5 by 4 inches
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