Photo Corner

Mary Chenoweth, the day she married William Robison Bales, 28 October 1908 Contributed by Cinda Justice
Mary Chenoweth, my grandmother, in her wedding outfit the day she married William Robison Bales, 28 October 1908 in Columbus, Ohio.

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Jane Frances (Wybrant) Flynn, North Platte, Lincoln County, NebraskaContributed by Gretchen Flynn, Norco, California
(Formerly of North Platte, Nebraska)
This is a photo taken about 1900 of my great-grandmother Jane Frances (Wybrant) Flynn. The photo was taken in North Platte, Lincoln County, Nebraska, where she moved to in 1881. Jane Frances Wybrant was born 1814 in Sheeanamore, County Wicklow, Ireland. She died 16 July 1901 in North Platte and is buried in the North Platte Cemetery.

7 thoughts on “Photo Corner

  1. Both these photos are stunning! Frances Wybrant Flynn’s photo looks older than 1900 to me. It is remarkable. And I love the wedding oufit of Mary Chenoweth’s. Could look at old photos all day long and never tire of it. Very interesting ladies. Thanks for sharing.

  2. I thought Jane Flynn’s photo looked older, also, because of the style of clothing she was wearing and the cap. Those went out of fashion years before 1900, but we always wear what we are familiar with and look good in, don’t we?

  3. Cinda Justice
    Mary Chenoweth, grandmother, wedding outfit who married William Robison Bales, 28 October 1908 in Columbus, Ohio is beautiful. My grandmother was Mary Justice who is very hard to trace do you think we could share info. on the Justice family. I would appreciate very much hearing from you.
    Thank you for posting the beautiful picture. Hope to hear from you soon.
    ellakeller@hotmail.com

  4. I have Hall relatives from Iowa, mainly from Wapello County. They are Walter Truitt Hall whose parents are James E. Hall and Evelyn Worley. This is a a lovely picture of Verna May Hall. If you think there is a connection, let me know.
    janhartman@cox.net

  5. I have Hall and Worley families from Appanoose County, Iowa and Putnam County, Missouri. Can I ask who was Verna’s parents??

    Sincerely,

    Carrie S. STEAFKEN Sims

  6. Verna May Hall was the daughter of William Arthur Hall, and Minerva Frances Bevard. The Halls came to Iowa in about 1854, settling in Caldwell Township, in Exline. William A. Hall’s parents were William Hall and Lovisa Perkins. William Hall Sr. died in Bellair in 1870, Lovisa Perkins Hall died in Centerville in 1901. William Arthur Hall died in Centerville as well in 1906. Minerva Bevard Hall left Centerville in 1915 for Detroit where she died in 1948. Other collateral lines of Appanoose County are Farnsworth, Malone, Ellis, Benge and a few others. Please contact me at canoecarver@aol.com with any further questions or comments.

  7. I have a Mary Chenoweth d.1868, married to Jacob Van Meter Chenoweth. Any relation? Nancy

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