1860's Fidelia M. Walker CDV Photo, Glens Falls, Warren County, NY
On reverse: "Fidelia M. Walker" is handwritten in old period pencil. Photo Type: CDV Carte de Visite Photograph, circa 1860's. Photographer: Conkey and Orr, Glens Falls, Saratoga, Warren County, New York. (known to be Glens Falls photographers George W. Conkey 1837-ca. 1900, famous for his stereoview photos and Alexander Orr Jr. 1836-1906 who was Active in 1860s-1870s in Glens Falls, NY and later in 1879 in Wilmington, NC)
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Fidelia Walker 1852–1914 born in New York and died in Clemons, Washington County, New York. her parents were William Walker born 1823 and Rachel M Wetherbee Walker 1828–1890. Her brother was Edgar P Walker 1850–1922. Her mother's parents were Waldron S. Wetherbee 1802–1883 and Paulina M. Wetherbee 1805–1876. Her siblings were Walden Weatherbee born 1831; Madaline Weatherbee born 1837, John J Weatherbee born 1839, Marana Weatherbee born 1841, Robbins Weatherbee born 1843, Sylva Ann Weatherbee born 1845, Janett Weatherbee born 1848. Her mother's 1st Spouse who was Fidelia's father: William Walker born 1823. Her brother with him was Edgar P Walker 1850–1922. Her mother's second spouse was Layton Wells 1798–1873 son of Caleb Orrin Wells 1765–1850 and Roseanna Peterson Wells 1767–1809 of the general Bolton, Warren, and Warrensburg area of New York State.
Census records might read Fedelia Walker. The Weatherbee surname can also be found spelled as Weatherbey, Weatherby, Wetherbee, Wetherbey and Wetherby. Found in Kingston, Ulster County NY. Census records might read Fedelia Walker. A beautiful Civil War era CDV photo with a full length clear pose of Fidelia.
Size: 2.5 by 4 inches
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