1870's Harriet Taber Hested CDV Photo, New Bedford, Bristol County MA
Antique Vintage Lost Family Photo: #048
Vintage Victorian 19th c. CDV Photo of Harriet Hested
-Original 1870's CDV Photo by 19th c. Photographer JC Knowles (Joseph Knowles)
-Bristol County, New Bedford, Massachusetts History
-Hested, Histed, Taber, Husteoe, Hustus, Hustoe Family Genealogy
-A one of kind antique photo, when sold, no more
On reverse: "Harriet B. Hested" is handwritten in old black dip pen ink. Photo type: Carte de visite CDV Photograph. Photographer: J.C. Knowles, New Bedford, Massachusetts, Bristol County. (known to be Joseph C. Knowles) Found in Franklin County MA.
Found in Public Records:
1880 United States Federal Census about Harriet Husteoe
Name: Harriet Hested [Harriet Taber]
Birth Year: abt 1839
Home in 1880: New Bedford, Bristol, Massachusetts
Relation to Head of House: Wife
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: William Husteoe
Father's Name: John B. Taber (John Taber)
Father's Birthplace: Rhode Island
We found death of her step brother Moses Taber:
Moses H Taber
Birth Date: abt 1822
Birth Place: New Bedford
Death Date: 11 Apr 1900
Death Place: New Bedford, MA
Age at Death: 78
Father: John B Taber
Mother: Grace Brownell Macomber (Grace B. Macomber, Grace Macomber)
Her father: John Baker Taber was born on April 7, 1795, in Bristol, Rhode Island, the child of Ephraim Taber and Sarah Taber. He married Grace Brownell Macomber and they had two children together. He then married Bathsheba T. Gifford and they had one daughter Harriet Taber born 1839 together. He died on August 15, 1883, in New Bedford, Massachusetts, having lived a long life of 88 years, and was buried there.
Harriet B Taber was born about 1839, in Massachusetts, the child of John Baker and Bathsheba T. GIfford. She married William Hested on September 16, 1855, in New Bedford, Massachusetts.
A beautiful old 1870-80's CDV image of Harriet in lace collar. She also appears as Harriet Hustus in census records. A great old New Bedford history piece.
Size: 2.5 by 4 inches
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