1870's Lestina Lockwood Herrick Photo, Springfield, Windsor County VT
On reverse: "Lestina Herrick" is handwritten ball point pen. Photo type: CDV Carte de Visite Photograph, Victorian. Photographer: L.E. Jackman, Springfield, Windsor County, Vermont VT. (known to be VT photographer Lewis E. Jackman or Lewis Edson Jackman 1838-1884, son of Joseph Jackman born 1795 and Permelia Strong Jackman 1794-1863. He was born in Lincoln, Addison County, VT and died in Springfield VT. He arrived in Springfield during the Civil War in 1862. He married Ellen Harriet Marcy Jackman 1836–1892 and their children were: Abner Jackman 1820–1878, Mary Ann Jackman Swan Smith 1822–1886, Luthera Jackman Brown 1824–1913, John Quincy Adams Jackman 1826–1899, Joseph Jackman 1829–1854, Asa A Jackman 1835–1899. He died in 1884, age 46)
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Lestina Lockwood Herrick 1841–1888, we also see her listed as born in 1839. She was born and died in Springfield, Windsor County, Vermont. Her parents were Elijah Lockwood 1811–1895 and Daphne A Taylor Lockwood 1817–1878. She married Charles Gardner Herrick 1836–1910, son of Gardner Herrick Lucy Wooley Herrick. They had a son, Alvin Charles Herrick born 1866, also seen as Elvin Herrick.
Lestina L Herrick in the Vermont, Vital Records, 1720-1908
Name: Lestina L Herrick (Lestina Lockwood)
Birth Date: abt 1841
Birth Place: Springfield
Death Date: 10 May 1888
Death Place: Springfield, Vermont, USA
Death Age: 47
Father Name: Elijah Lockwood
Mother Name: Dafney Taylor Lockwood
A beautiful image. This is an important DAR, Daughters of the American Revolution and SAR Sons of the American Revolutionary War family. Sadly, Lestina died at age 47. This photo was found in Greenfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts. A beautiful close up portrait.
Size: 2.5 x 4 inches
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