1890's Joseph Parker Wintringham (Ann Tunnell) Business Card NYC
Printed on this vintage business card: "If you want to buy or sell any stocks, Bonds or Scrip of any Gas Light Co, Insurance Co, City R.R. Co, Ferry Co, Bank and c. c. Please advise J.P. Wintringham, 36 Pine Street, N.Y. Securities bought at auction."
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Joseph Parker Wintringham was born 1852 in Brooklyn, NY. Married 1892 Ann Elizabeth Tunnell, born 1842. They have Betty Rosse (also known as Elizabeth C. Ross) living with them for years in census, she may be their daughter?
1880 United States Federal Census about Joseph P. Wintringham:
Birth Year: abt 1852.
Birthplace: New York.
Home in 1880: Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.
Relation to Head of House: Son.
Father's Name: Sidney Wintringham.
Father's Birthplace: New York.
Mother's name: Susan Parker Wintringham
Mother's Birthplace: New Jersey.
Household Members and age:
Sidney Wintringham 65
Susan P. Wintringham 57
Joseph P. Wintringham 28
Maria L. Wintringham 26
Henry C. Wintringham 25
William T. Wintringham 22
They are buried, with all the Wintringhams' at the famous and huge Green Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn. This card was found in a large collection of 19th and early 20th c. material in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, MA. It is printed on heavy old off white cardstock with simple early American typography font. It will be sent in a new clean archival rigid sleeve for your collection. This was a personal calling / business card of Joseph Wintringham, and is one of a kind.
Size: 2.5 by 3.5 inches.
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