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1865 Lydia Emory Wyckoff Luther Civil War era CDV Photo, Ashland, Ohio


#815:

On reverse: "Lidia Luther" is handwritten in pencil, a misspelling. Photo type: Original Antique Victorian CDV carte de visite Photograph, circa 1865. Photographer: E.M. Ensminger Studio in Ashland, Ashland County, Ohio. (known to be photographer Emanuel Ensminger or Emanuel M. Ensminger 1838-1900 and his 2 sons Jefferson Clay Ensminger or J.C. Ensminger 1843-1912 and James Madison Ensminger, J.M. Ensminger 1845-1930, also known as the Ensminger Bros. or Brothers)

Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Lydia Emory Wyckoff 1815-1901 born in Clinton, New Jersey (Passaic, Hunterdon and Essex County) to father Elias Wyckoff 1777–1862 and mother Mary Hope Wyckoff 1781-1863.
Her siblings:
Elizabeth Wyckoff 1799–1804
Elias Wyckoff 1799–1870
Aaron Wyckoff 1800–1875
Nehemiah Wyckoff 1801–1802
James Wyckoff 1804–1838
Sarah Ann Wyckoff 1807–1808
Mary Wyckoff 1809–1880
Rachel Wyckoff 1811–1859
John Wyckoff 1813–1814
Lydia Wyckoff 1815–1901
Christiana Wyckoff 1817–1883
George Wyckoff 1822–1883
Joanna Wyckoff unknown birth or death.

Her Husband: Hurlbert Luther 1809–1879 was born in Cheshire, Berkshire, Massachusetts, and died in Ashland, Ashland County, Ohio. His parents were Eber Luther 1766–1838 and Cassandra Wheeler Luther 1767–1825.

Their 4 children:
1. Helen Janette Luther Holland, born 1838, she married John Holland, and their daughter was Mary C. Holland.
2. Joel Hulbert Luther 1840–1919
3. Charles Mortimer Luther 1842–1843
4. Emily Luther Burns born 1844 married Andrew J. Burns, and their son was Charles Luther Burns, born 1872.

The beautiful Civil War era image is very crisp and clear, with her wearing a stunning classic American Victorian era outfit with black lace gloves. Lydia would be about 50 years of age when this photo was taken. It was found in Florence, Florence County, South Carolina.

Size: 2.5 x 4 inches
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