1870's Frederick Charles Train CDV Photo, Pomeroy, Meigs County OH
On reverse: "Fred C. Train, Pomeroy, OH" is handwritten in old period dip pen ink. Photo Type: CDV Carte de Visite Photograph, circa 1870's. Photographer: William Coffrin, Claremont, New Hampshire, Sullivan County. (known to be photographer William Coffrin 1841-1915)
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Frederick Charles Train was born in Meigs County, Ohio. His father was Isaac Train 1819–1881 and his mother was Lydia Ann Murray Train. His siblings were Ella Train born 1854; Issac Jr. Train born 1861, Mary G. Train Hoppe 1867–1945, died in Peoria, Illinois married Louis Frederick Hoppe 1860–1928; Josphine Traynor 1874–1966; Gertrude Murray Train Findley married Earl Nelson Findley in 1906 NYC; and infant Willie or William H Train 1849–1853, died age 4. Frederick married October 2 1895 to Mary Baldwin Train in Manhattan NYC.
Frederick Train in the 1860 United States Federal Census
Birth Year: abt 1854
Birth Place: Ohio
Home in 1860: Salisbury, Meigs County, Ohio
Post Office: Pomeroy
Attended School: Yes
Household Members: Name Age
Isaac Train 41
Lydia Train 32
Ella Train 8
Frederick Train 6
Isaac Train 5/12
Frederick C Train in the New York, New York Marriage Index 1866-1937
Marriage Date: 2 Oct 1895
Marriage Place: Manhattan, New York
Spouse: Mary Baldwin Train
This photo was found in Deerfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts. Census records might read Frederick or Fredrick Train. Pomeroy, Ohio is in Meigs County. A beautiful NH school photo for a handsome Train family boy.
Size: 2.5 by 4 inches
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