1900 Ina Laurie Canfield to Ortha Harris Photo, Erie County NY
Canfield genealogy: circa 1900 Small 19th c. Victorian era Photograph of Ina Canfield given to her friend Ortha Harris #596:
On reverse: "To Ortha Harris from a friend, Ina Canfield" handwritten in old black fountain pen ink. Photo Type: Small Square Dry Mount Photo. Date: circa 1900’s. A small photo with ornate embossed border. Photo has water staining on edges. Found in Monroe County NY. Ina appears to be about 15 years old. Photographer: Unknown, unmarked.
Ina Found in public records:
Ina Laurie Canfield
Born: November 9, 1887, Hamburg, Erie County, New York
Death: Apr 1976, Jamestown, Chautauqua, New York
Father's name: Frank A. Canfield
Father's Birthplace: New York
Mother's name: Amelia M. Canfield
She married Frank Henry Vanarsdale, Frank H. Van Arsdale, Frank Vanarsdale.
Mabel J. Van Ardesvale (1905–1986)
Bertha J Van Arsdale (born 1911)
Mary A Van Arsdale (born 1913)
Ortha Roberts Found in Public Records:
March 26, 1959 copy of The Nunda News NY has this Canaseraga March 23: Mr. and Mrs. Claude Roberts of Silver Springs recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. She is the former Ortha Harris of Burns. Their marriage license, issued by Town Clerk Alonzo Mehlenbacher, now of Tallmadge, Ohio was the first marriage license to be issued in the town of Burns.
A great little square dry mount photo, circa 1900, and a very sweet close up portrait of Ina Canfield. She wears a puffy sleeve dress with white piping.
Size: 3 by 3.5 inches
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