1870's Ida Crosby Lovell CDV Photo, Greenfield, Franklin County MA
On reverse: "Ida Crosby Lovell" is handwritten in old pencil script at top, as well as "Ida A. Crosby" handwritten in another hand script at bottom. Photo type: Victorian Carte de visite CDV Photograph. Photographer: H.R. Cornell, Ligonier, Indiana, Noble County. (Known to be Henry Cornell, Henry R. Cornell)
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Ida Crosby, or Ida Amelia Crosby married David Oscar Lovell 18 Oct 1899 in Greenfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts. (known as David Lovell, David O. Lovell)
Ida was Canadian, born 27 Dec, 1870 in Canada. They had 2 daughters, Edith Crosby Lovell in 1900 and Bertha Constance Lovell, born in 1903. They stayed in Greenfield with her mother after David died (and can be found in the 1910 and 1920 census) and are in the 1930 census without Ida's mother, Anne Lovell.
In 1930 Ida was living next door to Charles Crosby on Forest Avenue, not far from Chapman Street. Edith worked in a tool factory and Constance at a public school. They cannot be found in 1940 Census.
Ida died in Nov 1967, in Greenfield MA. David Lovell was born 1866 in MA and was a druggist in Greenfield. He died in 1903 there. They lived on the east side of Chapman Street. Their children Edith C. Lovell 1900-1992 is buried at the Green River cemetery. Bertha Constance 1903-1976 married Walter Almus Pollard 1896-1968 in Greenfield in 1943. They are buried in Woodland Cemetery in Keene, Cheshire County, New Hampshire.
Found in Hampshire County, Massachusetts MA. A clearly signed CDV image of a great looking kid wearing high top button shoes and taken by a skilled photographer. We were living in Greenfield when we found this photo and it was fun to think of all the places she lived, and David's Drug store, most likely on Main Street.
Size: 2.5 by 4 inches
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