1870's Francis Ithamar Pillsbury ID'd CDV Photo, Iowa & California
Pillsbury Genealogy: Antique Vintage Lost Family Photo: #045
Vintage Victorian 19th c. CDV Photo of Frances Pillsbury
-Pillsbury, Zumwalt, Miller, Blackwedel, Sawyer, Lebbeus, Payson, Hollermann, Kindle, Nettleton, Ratekin, Morse, Fairfield Family Genealogy
-Original signed CDV Photo by 19th c. Dubuque Photographer John E. Bilbrough
-A one of kind antique photo, when sold, no more
On reverse: "Frances Ithamar Pillsbury" handwritten in black ballpoint pen. assumed to be mispelled: Francis. Photo type: Carte de visite CDV Photograph. Photographer: J.E. Bilbrough, Dubuque Iowa, Dubuque County. (John E. Bilbrough) Found in Berkshire County MA.
Found in public records:
Frances Ithamar Pillsbury born 1850 in Princeton, IL to parents Ithamar Pillsbury & Caroline E. Miller, m 14 July 1884 in Dubuque, IA to Minnie I. Blackwedel (born 1856 in Galena IL to JH Blackwedel & A. Meta Hollermann). His father is in the 1850 Census in Illinois, his name was not correctly transcribed . As one of the other reporters states his name was Ithamar Pillsbury and in the 1880 census Francis I. Pillsbury shows and so does a younger child with the name Ithamar. His father Ithamar Pillsbury was a Clergyman. He died in 1893 and seemingly had one child.
Ithamar PILLSBURY married Emily Etta RATEKIN in 1898 in MCDONOUGH County, Illinois
Parents: Ithamar Pillsbury (1794-1862)
Caroline Elizabeth Miller Pillsbury (1815-1896)
Spouse: Emily Etta Ratekin Pillsbury (1870-1950)
Siblings: Nancy Elizabeth Pillsbury Morse (1838-1886), James Lebbeus Pillsbury (1840-1841) Edward Payson Pillsbury (1842-1898), Asa Nettleton Pillsbury (1844-1930), Mary Louisa Pillsbury (1847-1909), Sarah Pillsbury Fairfield (1849-1925), Alfred Sawyer Pillsbury (1854-1937), Ira L Pillsbury (1859-1939), Ithamar Pillsbury (1861-1945)
His wife's Blackwedel family was connected to DANIEL KINDLE ZUMWALT, well known pioneer in the history of California, Tulare County. A beautiful and clear old 1870's CDV image of a young serious gentleman, about 20 years old.
Size: 2.5 by 4 inches
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