1870 Albion W. Haines CDV Photo, Marshalltown, Marshall County, Iowa
On reverse: "Albion W. Haines, born August 15 1858, died January 1st 1932" is handwritten in old fountain pen script, written after 1932. Photo type: Original Vintage Victorian CDV or Carte de Visite Photograph. Photographer: The City Photography Gallery, Main Street, Marshalltown, Marshall County, Iowa, Elliott Bros. Proprietors. (known to be photographer William H. Elliott, and also possibly his brother as partner, Herbert I. Elliott 1850-1894)
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Albion W. Haines 1858-1932
His Father: Benjamin L. Haines 1834–1896 born in Columbiana County, Ohio, and died in Multnomah County, Oregon.
His Mother: Sarah Kenworthy Haines 1838–1925 born in Knightstown, Henry County, Indiana, and died in Bellfountain, Benton County, Oregon.
Mary Olive Haines Gragg 1866–1954
William B Haines 1871–1956
Luther B. Haines 1873–1950
Ella Haines Mace 1875–1960
Emma May Haines 1875–1970
His wife: Winnie Haines: Winifred Mary Shelley Haines 1865-1936. Her parents were Ransom Shelley 1840-1865 and wife Leurissa Anna Hill Hammer Shelley 1845-1934.
Albert Shelley Haines 1888–1971
Roy Barkley Haines 1891–1990, died age 101
Ward Lemley Haines 1893-1968
Harry Ransome Haines 1895-1945
Alice Lola Lewis Haines Andrews 1903-1938 was adopted by Albion Haines and his wife Mary. She married Clyde Cyril Andrews 1897-1984, died in Yakima County, Washington.
This photo was found in Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, New York, and he may have ties in western NYS and/or New England. A beautiful image of young Albion Haines, tussled hair and clothes, just a great looking kid! It is clearly and boldly hand signed. A beautiful intimate portrait of his early years in Iowa before moving west. He and his wife are buried in Rose City Cemetery in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon.
Size: 2.5 x 4 inches
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