1866 Mary Wilson Dainty Burnett Tintype Photo, Philadelphia PA
#602 Mary Dainty Burnett, Marie Dainty:
On reverse: "Marie W. Dainty, June 1866" is handwritten in old dip pen ink. Photo Type: Original Vintage Victorian CDV Carte de Visite size Gem Tintype Photograph, Civil war era. Photographer: Lothrop, 411/2 North Eight St, Near Filbert, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (known to be Philly photographer David Lothrop)
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Mary Wilson Dainty Burnett 1845-1895, died age 50.
(also seen listed as Mary Wilson Brown Mason Dainty Burnett)
Sister: Anna E Mason Dainty, born 1848 in Pennsylvania
She lived in Philadelphia most of her life, although in 1880 she lived in Beverly, Burlington County, New Jersey with her husband Edmund Burnett,
Her Father: William John Dainty 1807-1871, a shoe dealer who was born and died in Philadelphia. He was known as John Dainty.
Her Mother: Amanda Jane Mason Dainty 1821-1898, born in Pennsylvania and died in Roanoke, Virginia (Amanda Dainty)
Her Sister: Anna E Mason Dainty born 1848 in PA
Buried: Woodlands Cemetery, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
She married Edmund T. Burnett
His Father: Eli Seal Burnett 1817-1868 who was a fancy Dry Goods Merchant in Philadelphia. He was born in Chadds Ford, Delaware County, Pennsylvania and died in Philadelphia. (Eli Burnett, Eli S. Burnett)
His Parents were: Thomas Burnett & Susan Burnett
His Mother was:
Hannah Kennedy Mustin Burnett 1819-1886 of Burlington County, New Jersey.
His Mother's parents: Anthony Mustin 1793-1877 & Sarah Naylor Mustin 1793-1873
Robert Forsey Mustin 1817-1910
Hannah Kennedy Mustin Burnett 1819-1886
Annie Sailor Mustin Gilbert 1821-1878
James Goodfellow Mustin 1822-1864
Sarah Naylor Mustin Tage 1825-1910
Anthony Mustin 1826-1868
William Staughton Mustin 1828-1874
1. Doctor Charles H. Burnett 1843-1902 who married Anna Lawrence, daughter of William Henry and Emily Talman Davis Lawrence of Buffalo, NY. (his name is also seen incorrectly listed as Charles A. Burnett)
2. Annie K Burnett born 1848.
Burial: Woodlands Cemetery, Philadelphia
This wonderful old CDV size tintype photo was found in Madison County, New York. A clean and brightly hand colored or hand tinted and signed portrait tintype photo of a beautiful Dainty family woman. She wears a very stylish Victorian hat. It is unusual to find identified tintypes, and this one has a great amount of genealogy clues and information.
Size: 2.5 x 4 inches
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