1860s Lucy Louisa Reynolds CDV Photo, Strafford, Orange County Vermont
On reverse: "Lucy Louisa Reynolds, aged 6 years & 3 months" is handwritten in fine old pencil script. Photo Type: Original Vintage Victorian CDV Carte de Visite Photograph, circa 1860’s, Civil war era. Photographer's backmark: Ebonytype, Gage's Portrait Studio, St. Johnsbury, Caledonia County, Vermont. (known to be well known Daguerreian Daguerreotype Photographer Franklin Benjamin Gage 1824-1874 )
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Lucy Louisa Reynolds 1857–1864 born & died at age 7
Strafford, Orange County, Vermont
Louisa L Reynolds in the 1860 United States Federal Census
Birth Year: abt 1857
Birth Place: Vermont
Home in 1860: St Johnsbury, Caledonia County, Vermont
Household Members: Name Age
William W Reynolds age 33, his occupation is a machinist
Lucy C Reynolds, age 22
Mary Reynolds, age 9
Ella Reynolds, age 7
Louisa L Reynolds, age 3
Almira King, age 23 servant
Her father: William Wells Reynolds
1. Sarah Louisa Kibling Reynolds
2. Lucy Kibling Reymolds
William Reynolds 1804-1829, age 25 died in Strafford, Vermont VT
Abigail Blaisdell 1807-1840, age 33 died in Strafford, Vermont VT
DAR: Daughters of the American Revolution info: The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 8, page 212:
Mrs. Ella Reynolds Farrington, DAR ID Number: 7632
Born in Vermont, wife of Frederick H. Farrington.
Descendant of Jacob Kiblinger of Vermont.
Daughter of William Wells Reynolds and Louisa Kiblinger, his wife.
Granddaughter of Samuel Kiblinger and Sarah Hatch, his wife.
Great granddaughter of Jacob Kiblinger and Sarah Coolidge, his wife.
Jacob Kiblinger was a soldier in the Massachusetts Continental Line, and
lived to receive a pension for his services in the Revolutionary War.
Mrs. Isabel Reynolds Ripley, DAR ID Number: 7634
Born in Vermont, Widow of William T. Ripley.
Descendant of Jacob Kiblinger, of Vermont.
Daughter of William Wells Reynolds and Lucy Coolidge Kiblinger, his wife.
Also See No. 7632 above.
This beautiful CDV appears was found in Greenfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts. Lucy wears an amazing handmade dress. Sadly, she died soon after this photo was taken. Her death certificate states she died of "stomach inflammation" on April 20, 1858. She is beautiful, and regally sits on a chair wearing a handmade Civil war era dress. A beautiful and touching piece, she appears well loved.
Size: 2.5 x 4 inches
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