1885 Frank Hadsell Hadsall Cabinet Photo, Pittsfield, Berkshire, MA
On reverse: "Frank Hadsell" is handwritten in fine old early period pencil. There is also a series of numbers handwritten in much later ballpoint pen in upper right, dealer inventory numbers? We do not know. Photo type: Victorian Cabinet Card Photograph. Photographer: H.D. Ward, photographic artist, 78 Main Street, No. Adams, Berkshire County, Mass (known to be North Adams photographer Henry Dwight Ward or Henry D. Ward 1833-1921, son of Isaac Ward and Nancy Ward)
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Frank Morse Hadsell 1885–1951 born and died in Pittsfield, Berkshire, Massachusetts. The son of George H Hadsell 1852–1918 and Louisa M Bruey Hadsell 1858–1938, the daughter of Jean Claude Constant Bruey 1818–1897 and Jeanne Marie "Mary" Simonin, born 1829 both of Champagney, Haute-Saone, Franche-Comte, France.
His brother was William V Hadsell 1891 who married Margaret M Hadsell born 1889. He married Grace Cole Musgrove Hadsell 1883–1966 and they had 3 children: Howard Francis Hadsell 1917–1945 who married Virginia Adella Burgess Hadsell 1923–2010; Doris Musgrove Hadsell 1918–1992 and Irene Sarah Hadsell Crossley 1921–1985 who married Robert Joseph Crossley 1916–1997.
Frank Morse Hadsell in the Massachusetts, Birth Records, 1840-1915
Birth Date: 1 May 1885
Birth Place: Pittsfield, Massachusetts, USA
Father: George Hadsell
Mother: Louise Bruey Hadsell
Frank Moses Hadsall in the Massachusetts, Marriage Records, 1840-1915
Birth Year: about 1885
Birth Place: Pittsfield, Massachusetts
Marriage Date: 12 Oct 1915
Marriage Place: Pittsfield, Berkshire County, Massachusetts
Father: George H. Hadsall
Mother: Louise M. Hadsall
Spouse: Grace Cole Musgrove Hadsall
Note: His name is seen as both Frank Moses Hadsall and Frank Morse Hadsall or Hadsell in census records. This photo was found in Greenfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts in October 2019. A beautiful early 1885-1886 photo of well loved baby Frank, in his lace gown and handmade Victorian bootie slippers. Beautiful.
Size: 4.5 by 6 inches
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