1932 Emma & Schuyler Breed 50th Anniversary, Unity, Sullivan County NH
1882-1832 50th Wedding Anniversary Invitation
This is an original old invitiation for a 50th wedding anniversary for Mr. & Mrs. Schuyler Glenalvon Breed on June 13th, 1932, in West Unity, NH New Hampshire, Sullivan County. The invitation has pictures of the happy couple on the front, and the years 1882-1932. Inside it opens to invite the reader to an anniversary party on June 13, 1832 at their home in West Unity, New Hampshire.
Surnames associated with this family are Schuyler, Glenalvon, Breed, Colby, Stevens, Sullivan, Dimond, Fanders, Osgood, Perkins, Walker, Chase, Hadley, Straw, Perley and Dunsmoor.
Schuyler Breed found in Public Genealogy Records:
Schuyler Glenalvon Breed, 1860-1944 was born to Israel Peaslee Breed 1828–1892 and Emely Nichols Perkins Breed 1834–1915.His Sister was Bessie Mabelle Breed, born in 1870 in Unity, Sullivan County, New Hampshire. He married Ella Emma Straw in 1882 there and died in 1944 at the age of 84. They are buried at the West Unity Cemetery in Sullivan County, New Hampshire.
Ella Emma Straw (Ella Straw) was the daughter of Uriah Marion Straw and Sarah Dunsmoor Straw. Ella Emma was born in 1857 in Unity.
Mabelle Ella Breed born 1883
Enoch Perley Breed 1885–1960
Ellen Breed born 1888
Tracy Schuyler Breed born 1892
Emely Maud Breed 1898–1980
Elwin Arthur Breed born 1898
Schuyler is also seen as Schuyler G. Breed and Schulyler Glenalvin Breed in census records. This beautiful piece was found in Manchester, Hillsborough County NH. A special piece, privately printed, and one of a kind for a big event. It's also a wonderful gift that has each of their photographs on the front.
Size: 6 by 4.5 inches.
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