1872 "Lillie" Lillian Batchellor Family Reward of Merit VT Genealogy
1872 Original Antique Paper Reward of Merit of Viola Bruce & Lillian Batchellor #288:
-1872 Original Antique Paper Reward of Merit
-Batchellor & Bruce Family Genealogy
-Found in the New England area in Brattleboro, Vermont, Windham County.
-Original Vintage Antique card in fancy Victorian green inks
Handwritten on front: "To Lillie Batchellor, from J. Batchellor, Teacher." On the back is handwritten "For Perfect Marks, July 1872". Found in the New England area, in Brattleboro, Vermont, Windham County.
Found in Public Records:
Lillian E. Batchellor in Vermont, Death Records, 1909-2008
Name: Lillian Estelle Batchellor
Birth Date: 15 Dec 1857
Birth Place: Braintree, Vermont VT
Death Date: 12 Aug 1927
Death Place: Braintree, Orange County, Vermont, USA
Father: Samuel R Batchellor (Samuel Batchellor)
Mother: Lucinda Parsons Batchellor (Lucinda Batchellor, Lucinda P. Batchellor))
Cause of Death: Pernicious Anemia
Vital Event Type: Certificate of Death
Buried at: Lower Branch Cemetery, Braintree, Orange County, Vermont
This Reward of Merit features a Victorian embellishments in green. The back has two darker marks where early mucilage glue may have been to affix it to a scrapbook page, all the rage in the 19th century. Overall this is very clean. It is wonderful that the Batchellor child was taught by a fellow family member.
Bachellor is an alternative spelling of this surname. A beautiful piece. Also see another Batchellor related piece here, found this with card.
Size: 2.5 by 1.75 inches
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