1882 Chauncey Coburn Massey CDV Photo, Caledonia County, Vermont
Massey Genealogy: Chauncey Massey NYC Baby Photo #626:
On reverse: "Chauncey Coburn Massey, about 1 year old" is handwritten in period pencil, very fine handwriting. Photo type: CDV or Carte de Visite Photograph. Date: circa 1870-80s. Photographer: L. Gogler, 350 Bowery., Manhattan, New York, Kings, Queens and New York County.
Found in Public Records:
Chauncey C Massey (1882-1965)
Father: Volentine Hayden Massey (1853-1883) (died a year after his birth)
Mother: Emma Kelley Ganong Massey (1861-1948) died at age 86
Born at Carmel, New York
Her Parents: Jane & Chauncey Ganong
1st husband: Volentine Hayden Massey: One child with him: Chauncey Coburn Massey
2nd husband: Erwin Monroe Massey, had 5 children. (also seen as Irwin Massey)
His Spouse: Alice P. Clifford Massey, married 1909 (Alice Clifford)
Burial: Saint Johnsbury Center Cemetery, Caledonia County, Vermont
United States World War I WWI Draft Registration Cards
Name: Chauncey Coburn Massey
Event Type: Draft Registration 1917-1918
Event Place: Caledonia County, Vermont, United States
Birth Date: 08 Jul 1882
Found in the Hudson Valley NY area of Ulster County. Chauncey sits in a photographer's studio on what looks like a window ledge, wearing his lace gown and little leather shoes. In the Victorian era, boys wore frocks with pleated skirts, or tunics and blouses over pleated skirts, until the age of three or five. His mother's surname is also seen spelled as Genung and Ganung. A beautiful piece.
Size: 2.5 x 4 inches
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