1860 John H. Bates Civil War CDV Photo NYC Photographer William J Tait
On reverse: "John H. Bates" is handwritten in old period pencil. Photo type: Victorian CDV carte de visite Photograph. Photographer: William J. Tait, Corner of Cortlandt & Greenwich Sts., New York, New York County. (William Tait)
We were able to find some info below, and there are many "John Bates" listed as Civil War veterans in military records. We feel he was born about 1845.
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
John H Bates United States Census, 1870
Event Place: New York, United States
Birth Year (Estimated) 1845-1846
Birthplace: New York
Household Age Birthplace
George Bates M 67 New Hampshire (father) landowner.
Ellen H Bates F 53 New York (mother, Ellen Bates)
Frank W Bates M 17 New York (Frank Bates)
John H Bates M 24 New York (John Bates) landowner.
Alice J Bates F 19 New York (Alice Bates, John's young wife)
John H. Bates and his wife Alice moved up into the Hudson Valley, where he is listed as a farmer. They are buried at Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Pleasant Valley, Dutchess County, New York:
Alice Foster Bates (1850-1930)
John H Bates (1846-1924)
John H Bates in the New York, State Census, 1875
Birth Year: abt 1846
Residence Date: 1 Jun 1875
Residence Place: Pleasant Valley, Dutchess, New York, USA
Spouse's Name: Alice S Bates (Alice J. Bates)
Mother's name: Ellen H Bates
John H Bates 29 head
Alice S Bates 23 wife
Ella H Bates 4 (daughter)
Fannie F Bates 3 (daughter)
Ellen H Bates 53 (his mother, believed to be a widow by 1875)
George Husted 18 (farm laborer)
Hattie Marshall 18 (servant)
This is an amazing and dashing Civil War era portrait of a young Bates family boy, about 20 years old. He wears a stunning long wool coat, probably taken in winter. He holds a wool or felt hat in his hand, wears a silk cravat bow tie, checkered vest and a heavy ring on his left finger. He is very self assured and fashionable. It was found upstate, in the Hudson Valley of NY, Dutchess County. A beautiful Victorian era photo of a handsome young man.
Size: 2.5 x 4 inches
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