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1869 Lincoln Williams Dygert CDV Photo, Phoenix Oswego County New York


On reverse: "Lincoln Dygert " is handwritten in pencil on reverse and again as "Lincoln Dygert 1869, age 4" handwritten in old period pencil script. Front has handwritten "Lincoln Wms Dygert" under his photo is old dip pen ink. Photo type: Original Antique Victorian CDV Carte de Visite Photograph. Photographer: W.E. Sparrow Photographic Artist, Phoenix, Oswego County, New York. (known to be photographer William E. Sparrow 1831-1907, born in Utica, Oneida County, New York and died in Phoenix, Oswego County, New York. He was a Civil war veteran with Co. F, 13th Illinois Cavalry. His full name may have been William Everton Sparrow)

Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Lincoln Williams Dygert 1862–1949
born & died in Phoenix, Oswego County, New York
His father: Adam DeWitt Dygert 1832–1904 born in Canajoharie, Montgomery County, New York. His parents were John H Dygert 1807–1890 and Mary Ann Wart Dygert 1809–1881. John descends from Henrich H Dygert 1772–1831 and Elizabeth Henri Staring Dygert 1760–1843.

His mother: Algenia M Williams 1832–1916 born in Clay, Onondaga County, New York to Kinne Williams 1801–1850 and Nancy Rice Williams 1801–1880. She married Adam Dygert in 1857.
Their children, His 3 siblings:
1. Hortense Eloise Dygert Smith 1859–1946 married Dr. Earl Webb Smith Jr. 1859–1935 and had 2 children: Hortense Smith 1882 and Rowland Smith 1884. Dr. Smith was the son of L. Wheeler & Nancy Bronson Smith.
2. Bertha Eugenia Dygert 1868–1890, died age 22
3. Nancy Mary Dygert Caines 1869–1940 married George Clinton Caines 1882–1941, also seen as Mary Nancy Dygert Caines.

Lincoln W Dygert in the New York State Census, 1865
Event Place, District 01, Schroeppel, Oswego County, New York
Relationship to Head of Household, Son
Relationship to Head of Household (Original) Child
Birth Year (Estimated) 1863
Household, Age:
Adam Dygert Father M 33
Algenia Dygert Wife F 33
Hortense Dygert Daughter F 6
Lincoln W Dygert Son M 2

Lincoln W Dygert in the U.S. City Directories, 1822-1995
Name: Lincoln W Dygert
Residence Year: 1920
Street address: 336 E Fayette
Residence Place: Syracuse, Onondaga County, New York
Occupation: Lawyer
Publication Title: Syracuse, New York, City Directory, 1920

Lincoln W Dygert in the New York, Death Index, 1880-1956
Age: 86
Birth Date: abt 1863
Death Date: 14 Apr 1949
Death Place: Syracuse, New York, USA
Certificate Number: 23417

This photo was found in Newark, New Castle County, Delaware. This is a beautiful early CDV photo of a much loved young boy in a handmade gingham suit, sitting in an early small wicker chair, high button shoes, in the Civil War era. Is he named after President Abraham Lincoln? He later became an attorney, lawyer in the Syracuse NY area, and traveled extensively as per his passport applications. We do not see evidence that he ever married.

This surname is also seen in earlier records as Diechert, a German surname of the Rhine Palitinate area of Germany, where they came to America and first settled in the Hudson Valley of New York. Lincoln Dygert is buried at the Phoenix Rural Cemetery in Phoenix, Oswego County, New York. 

Size: 2.5 x 4 inches
Debra Clifford Ancestorville Genealogy      Note: The original is sold, but you may still purchase large, detailed and intimate 300 dpi high resolution scans of front and back, sent immediately via email. Please check our site carefully, as many may be related to each other that we are unaware of. Click scan to place in your cart. Thank you, enjoy! ~debra (please also join me at Ancestorville Genealogy on facebook. contact info on top bar)

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