1890 Emma Susan Moulton Cabinet Photo, wife A. Curtis Blood, Woburn MA
-Woburn, Massachusetts, Middlesex County History
-Blood Moulton Nute Family Genealogy
-Original Cabinet Card Photo by 19th c Woburn MA Photographer Frank Legg
-A one of kind antique photo, when sold, no more
On reverse: "Mrs Blood Sr., Grandmother of A. Curtis Blood" is handwritten in old period pencil script. Photo type: Cabinet Card photograph. Photographer: F.W. Legg, Corner Montvale Ave and Main Street, Woburn, Massachusetts, Middlesex County. (Known to be Frank W. Legg)
Found in Public Records:
1940 US Census about A Curtis Blood, Age: 64,
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1876
Marital Status: Married.
Relation to Head of House: Head
Home in 1940: New Rochelle, Westchester, New York.
Occupation: Engineer Electric.
Household Members: Name Age
A Curtis Blood 64
Emma M Blood 64
Katherine C Blood 32.
Stephen Moulton, born 1816 in New Hampshire and his wife, Sarah Nute Moulton, born 1820, also in NH...their marriage was in 1842 and the birth of their children, Martha Susan and Stephen James was in in 1847 and 1852. Stephen J. Moulton married Emma Hawes; Martha married George S. Blaisdell in 1870. Stephen and Emma had a child named Emma Susan, born in 1875 in Neponset, Mass. Stephen J. married again, in 1883, to Sara A. Clark.
NOTE: Daughter Emma Susan, married A. Curtis Blood in about 1900-1904 and had two daughters, Dorothy Blood, in 1905, who died in 1906, and one born in 1908. A wonderful and historical Woburn, Massachusetts area Blood family piece.
Size: 4.5 by 6 inches each
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