1860's Luciius Lanfair CDV Photo, Shelburne Falls, Franklin County MA
#870: Lansfaire Genealogy:
On reverse: "Mary Lanfaires Husband" is broadly handwritten in old period dip pen ink. Photo type: Original Antique Victorian CDV or Carte de Visite Photograph. Date: 1860s Civil War era. Photographer: J.K. Patch, Shelburne Falls, Franklin County, Massachusetts. (known to be photographer Jonas King Patch 1824-1929)
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Lucius Henry Lanfair 1840–1919 born in Deerfield, Massachusetts.
His father: Alvin Lorin Lanfair 1812–1877 (Alvin Lanfair)
His mother: Alvira Long Jones Lanfair 1806–1886
His 3 siblings:
1. Melissa A Lanfair Sweet 1836–1882 married Henry Ebenezer Sweet 1834–1893 and had a son Frank Sigel Sweet 1862–1941.
2. Caroline Lanfair Newstead, born 1847, Carrie Lanfair, married George Newstead, born 1854 and had 2 children: George Frank Newstead born 1882 and Edith May Newsted 1884–1959.
3. Martin Orrin Lanfair 1845–1905 married Jane Forbes Lanfair 1848–1917
His wife: Mary Filinda Newton Lanfair 1836–1912
Her father: Joseph Samuel Newton 1800–1881
Her grandparents: Joseph Newton 1728–1789 and Experience Drury Newton 1738–1816. Her GGrandparents: James Newton 1683–1762 and Rachel Greeley Newton 1688–1763, Her GGGrandparents: Moses Newton Sr. 1645–1736 and Joanna Larkin Newton 1647–1713.
Her mother: Polly May Pierce 1803–1875
Dennis Pierce Newton 1830–1883
Samuel Josiah Newton 1834–1838
Joseph Samuel Newton Jr. 1840–1855
Martha Rachel Newton 1846–1912
Mary is from an important DAR, Daughters of the American Revolution and SAR Sons of the American Revolutionary War Newton family.
Their child: Mae Cora Lanfair 1859-1939, died age 80. She was born in Buckland, Franklin County, Massachusetts, and died in Greenfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts. We do not find any evidence that she married. She is also seen as May Cora Lanfair, and Cora May Lanfair. She is buried at the Arms Cemetery in Shelburne, Franklin County, Massachusetts.
Lucius was a carpenter and joined the Masonic Republican Lodge in 1896. This photo was found in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut. This is a very detailed close up of a handsome young Civil War era man in his mid to later twenties. The surname can be found in census spelled as Lanfaire, Lanfair and Lansfaire.
Size: 2.5 x 4 inches
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