1860's Arabella Fisk Civil War CDV Tintype Photo, Dublin, Cheshire NH
Fisk genealogy: 1860's Bell Fisk, Belle Fisk, Bella Fisk Tintype Photo #569:
Vintage Victorian 19th c. Civil War era Tintype Photo in CDV size paper mat
-1860's Civil War era CDV tintype photo, beautiful!
-Dublin NH History, Cheshire County
-An original antique photo, when sold, no more
-Fisk Genealogy, husband Henry Hilliard Smith Genealogy
-Her husband Henry H. Smith was a Civil War Doctor
On reverse: "Most truly your friend, Bell S. Fisk, Dublin, N.H." is handwritten in old period pencil script. Photo type: Tintype Photograph in CDV size mat. Photographer: unmarked. Dublin is in Cheshire County NH.
Found in Public Records:
Arabella Sophia Fisk Smith
Birth: May 29, 1844, Dublin, Cheshire County, New Hampshire
Death: Sep. 15, 1926 Dublin NH, age 82.
Age 35: Arabella married Henry H. Smith, age 42 on May 25, 1880 in Claremont, Sullivan County, New Hampshire. He was a doctor, born in Ohio.
Father: Thomas Fisk (1802-1889) His Parents were Asa Fisk (1771-1848) and Cynthia Mann Fisk (1779-1858)
Mother: Sophia Appleton Fisk (1806-1890) Her parents were Francis Appleton (1759 - 1849) and Mary Ripley Appleton (1766-1840)
Spouse: Henry Hillard Smith (1837-1911) A doctor, physician, born in Ohio.
Sibling: Jesse Appleton Fisk (1836-1864)
Arabella Sophia Fisk Smith (1844-1926)
Burial: Dublin Town Cemetery, Cheshire County, New Hampshire
Arabella Sophia Fisk in the NH Births and Christenings Index, 1714-1904
Birth Date: 29 May 1844
Birth Place: Dublin, Cheshire, New Hampshire, United States
Father's name: Thomas Fisk
Mother's name: Sophia Fisk
Arabella S Fisk in the 1850 United States Federal Census
Birth Year: abt 1844, born New Hampshire
Home in 1850: Dublin, Cheshire, New Hampshire
Household Members: Name, Age
Thomas C Fisk 47 (Farmer)
Sophia Fisk 43
Jesse A Fisk 13 (Jesse Fisk)
Arabella S Fisk 6
Eliza Gowld 21 (Eliza Gould)
Sidney Twitchell 18 (farmer)
Henry Gould 23 (farmer)
Arabella S Fisk in the 1870 United States Federal Census
Age in 1870: 26
Birth Year: abt 1844
Birthplace: New Hampshire
Home in 1870: Dublin, Cheshire County, New Hampshire
Household Members: Name, Age
Thomas Fisk 67
Sophia A Fisk 63
Arabella S Fisk 26 (School Teacher)
Henry H Smith 32 (her husband, a physician)
The History of Dublin, N.H.: Containing the Address by Charles Mason, and the Proceedings at the Centennial Celebration, June 17, 1852, with a Register of Families by Levi Washburn Leonard, Josiah Lafayette Steward, Charles Mason January 1, 1920, Town of Dublin: HENRY HILLIARD SMITH, M.D. (Dartmouth, 1859), son of Henry Sumner and Mary (Hilliard) Smith, was born at Liverpool, Medina County, Ohio, June 16, 1837, and died in Dublin, Oct. 8, 1911. He married at West Claremont, N.H., May 25, 1880, Arabella Sophia Fisk, born in Dublin, May 29, 1844; daughter of Thomas and Sophia (Appelton) Fisk. During the Civil War he was Acting Assistant Surgeon, U.S.N. He resided at Claremont, at Tunbridge, Vermont, and in Dublin NH.
History of the New Hampshire surgeons in the war of rebellion: Granville Priest Conn New Hampshire Association of Military Surgeons January 1, 1906 Ira C. Evans, Co., printers: Henry Hilliard Smith, M.D. Dublin, N.H.: Smith, Henby H. Volunteer officer; b. Liverpool, Ohio; age 26; res. Claremont; app. Acting Asst. Surgeon Nov. 20, '63; served on USS Thomas Freeborn; resigned Apr. 21, 1865. P.O. ad., Dublin. (Record, Ayling's Register, 1895, p. 1165.) "Surgeon Smith was born June 16, 1837, in Liverpool, Medina county, Ohio, and was the son of Henry Summer and Mary (Hilliard) Smith, his paternal grandfather being Benjamin Smith of Nashua, N.H. His preliminary education was received at the common schools and academy at Claremont, N.H, with a partial course at the Chandler Scientific School, Hanover, N. H. He commenced the study of medicine at Claremont, N.H. under the direction of Samuel G. Jarvis, M.D., and later with Profs. Dixi and A.B. Crosby of Dartmouth Medical College, attending two courses of medical lectures at Hanover, and was graduated from the Medical Department of Dartmouth College in the class of 1859. He commenced the practice of medicine in Tunbridge, Vt., 1860, where he remained two years, removing from there to Dublin, where he has been in the practice of medicine for over forty years. He was appointed acting assistant surgeon November 20, 1863, and served on board the United States steamship "Thomas Freeborn," resigning April 21, 1865, by reason of the close of the war. During his long residence in Dublin, N. H., he has enjoyed the confidence and good will of the citizens of that town, serving upon the local board of health, and in many other capacities that were useful to his fellow citizens. Married, May 25, 1880, Arabella S. Fisk.
We found evidence that he also had East Liverpool, Columbiana County, Ohio connections. This photo was found in Berkshire County, Massachusetts. A small intimate face portrait of Bell, with hand tinted pink cheeks. There is some crackling on the image, although it is completely intact. She appears to be about 18-25 years old in this photo. A beautiful hand signed original photo.
Size: 2.5 x 4 inches
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