1860's Rebecca Stokes CDV Photo, Philadelphia Quakers, Pennsylvania
On Front: "Rebecca Stokes" is handwritten under her image. On reverse: "Rebecca, daughter of John S. Stokes of Philadelphia. She was his daughter by his first marriage" is handwritten in beautiful old old dip pen ink, in the same strong and clean hand as front in beautiful calligraphy handwriting. Photo Type: Original Vintage Victorian CDV Carte de Visite Photograph, circa 1860’s, Civil war era. Photographer: Keenan's Gallery, 118 West Fourth St., Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio. (known to be photographer Newton E. Keenan, Newton Keenan, born 1815 in Kentucky. He was a well known Daguerreian, daguerreotype and Ambrotypist, CDV and Cabinet Card Photographer. He shared studio space with his well known Cincinnati artist and watercolorist wife, Mary Virginia Keenan 1831-1908. He was also known as N.E. Keenan, and possibly as Nehemiah Keenan.)
Found in Public Genealogy & Quaker Records:
Rebecca L Stokes 1843–1858, a Quaker
Born: April 1843 in Rancocas, Burlington County , New Jersey
Died: Feb 13, 1858 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at age 15
Rebecca had one brother and three sisters.
She died as a teenager in February 1858.
Her Father: John S. Stokes 1808–1892, a Quaker
He was born in New Jersey, died in Upper Darby, Philadelphia age 84.
His Father: Caleb Stokes 1782–1860 lived and died in Medford, Burlington County, New Jersey, and died at age 77, Quaker.
Mother: Ruth Shinn Stokes
They had 7 children, as in John had 6 siblings.
His 2 wives:
1st: Rachel V. Fletcher Stokes
2nd: Rebecca Jones Stokes
His 5 Children:
Melvina T. Stokes (Melvina Stokes)
Alice R. Stokes (Alice Stokes)
Rebecca L Stokes (Rebecca Stokes)
John C. Stokes (John Stokes)
Edith L. Stokes (Edith Stokes)
This beautiful Quaker child CDV photograph shows young Rebecca, about 8 years old. Found in Chester, Windsor County, Vermont. We believe this to be copied from an earlier daguerreotype image of young Rebecca. A beautiful well marked piece.
Size: 2.5 x 4 inches
Note: The original is sold, but you may still purchase large, detailed and intimate 300 dpi high resolution scans , sent immediately via email. Please check our site carefully, as many may be related to each other that we are unaware of. Click scan to place in your cart. Thank you, enjoy! ~debra (please also join me at Ancestorville Genealogy on facebook. contact info on top bar)
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